Keynote speaker Betsy Myers has extensive experience in the corporate, political and higher education. She has served as senior advisor to Barack Obama’s Presidential campaign and also had prominent posts during the Clinton’s administration. She focuses on matters related to leadership and women’s place in the business world. She is an advocate for women in leadership, women entrepreneurs and women-led businesses.
Why book speaker Betsy Myers?
- She is seasoned. Speaker Betsy Myers spent half a decade building her own business, Myers Insurance and Financial Services, and served as a COO and chair of women for president Obama’s presidential campaign. Creating a name for herself in very different fields, Betsy provides guidance to audience members ever-growing journey.
- She investigates. Betsy provides audience members with insightful information as it relates to her keynotes, speaker Betsy is prepared as she has scientific facts behind her keynotes.
- She is hands on. Myers fully indulges herself in her craft and has a great passion for all things business, women empowerment and leadership.
Speaker Betsy Myers’ experience spans the corporate, political and higher education arenas. As executive director of the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, she focused the center’s teaching and research around personal leadership and the fully integrated person.
Betsy Myers is a leadership expert, an author and an advocate. She is the founding director of the Center for Women and Business at Bentley University in Boston. Myers is also consulting, speaking and leading workshops around the world on the changing nature of leadership and talent with a special expertise around women and leadership. Her book, “Take the Lead — Motivate, Inspire, and Bring Out the Best in Yourself and Everyone Around You,” was named the Washington Post’s Best Leadership Book that year in its release year.
A senior adviser to Presidents Clinton and Obama, Myers served as the Chief Operating Officer and Chair of Women for Obama during President Obama’s 2008 national presidential campaign. During the Clinton Administration, Myers launched, and was the first director of, the White House Office for Women’s Initiatives and Outreach. She also served as the director of the Office of Women’s Business Ownership at the SBA.
Prior to joining the Clinton Administration, Myers spent six years building Myers Insurance and Financial Services in Los Angeles, specializing in the small business and women’s market.
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