Did you know that Brenda Warner is the wife of Kurt Warner, a celebrated NFL player? While there is power in the name Warner, Brenda has a story and a reputation of her own. As a renowned speaker, she encourages her listeners to be responsible for their choices and rely on their faith when dealing with hard times. During her talks, audiences have belly-laughed and cried in equal measure, whether at business expos, sporting events, churches, banquets, or conferences. Thanks to her stories (she is a magnificent storyteller, too), audiences find practical hope to persist, however rough their road is.
Why you should book Brenda Warner for your next event
- Brenda offers real-life advice to a wide range of audiences, including parents of special needs kids, single mothers, those mourning the death of their loved ones, and people struggling with other life challenges.
- Through her stories, audiences have found hope to triumph over obstacles. Although her experiences are her own, listeners can easily relate to her story.
- Brenda has mastered the art of moving the crowd, ensuring her attendees laugh or cry when they have to. Her versatility in twisting messages to suit the audience is impeccable.
Brenda doesn’t just touch hearts with her message of hope; she also gives back to the community through philanthropy. Alongside her husband, she founded the First Things First Foundation, an organisation where she serves as the Vice President. The goal of this foundation, which has existed for over a decade now, is to bless those struggling with problems in life and promote faith and hope among them. And Brenda discharges all her responsibilities while raising seven children.
Brenda is also a gifted author, with her debut book, First Things First: The Rules of Being a Warner, published in 2009. In this book, which she co-authored with Kurt Warner, you will find the behind-the-scenes details about her family and the importance of helping the community. In her ”One Call Away” memoir, Brenda recounts her tragedies and blessings and how faith has helped her overcome hard times.
As if that wasn’t enough, Brenda also does photography, with a specialty in portraits. If you think this is an overstatement, then check the New York Times archives; you will find plenty of her photos there. Notably, she loves taking pictures of babies she handles at a local rehab where she volunteers.
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