“Today’s Challenge for Women: To Value Ourselves and Demand that Others do, too.”
A review of Gloria’s presentation and speaking experiences
The audience consisted of senior women lawyers from around the country and included law firm partners, in-house counsel, and leading academics. Her presentation was outstanding. Gloria brings great energy and insight which proved to be a powerful combination for this sophisticated audience.”
Lauren Stiller Rikleen Executive-in-Residence, Boston College Center for Work & Family; Author, Ending the Gauntlet: Removing Barriers to Women’s Success in the Law
I can’t tell you how many people came up to me afterward and said “she should be our keynote speaker to several thousand broadcasters!” I agree and I will work toward making that happen. It continues to be a pleasure and an honor to know you.”
Joan Gerberding, President, Local Focus; Founding member, Most Influential Women in Radio
The response is like an awakening in the people who hear it. Your work is effective and far reaching.”
–Jennifer Brunner, former OH secretary of state
I admire the way you interact with every person who has a question or comment for you, treating them with warmth and respect. You field questions and engage in dialogue with poise, wisdom, and humor. You’re such a great pro, and such a lovely person — what a terrific combination!”
Nadine Strossen, President, ACLU, and professor of law, Columbia University
We are delighted with the outcome of this project with the Superb work done by Gloria Feldt in engaging our attendees from start to finish; beginning with business to business networking, panel discussion, keynote message and a workshop on Power Tools to Scale Up…and ending with stimulating conversations at the evening cocktail reception.
Gloria came up with exactly what I had in mind, what I had been picturing for several years. There has been nothing but praise from our participants. You do great work.”
–Rita Singh, CEO and founder Elite Women Around the World
“It is quite common for us to have outstanding leaders come to class when we teach cases based on their organization. Their participation is an opportunity for 80 MBA students to ask the tough questions and challenge a leader’s assumptions.
Gloria was a most welcome guest in my class as she consistently energized the students with her clear and realistic sense of what it takes to successfully lead a complex organization.”
–Allen Grossman, Professor, Harvard Business School