Mary Kay Slowikowski is an internationally known speaker and the first female speaker to appear nationally in her own Emmy-nominated PBS special.
She is a master storyteller and veteran of business who uses personal stories and proven techniques to teach and inspire.
A former victim of crippling panic attacks and agoraphobia, Mary Kay was once unable to leave her home - now she speaks in front of thousands.
Mary Kay started her own business with her husband and has trained and spoken to countless Fortune 500 companies like Kraft, McDonald's, Sprint, Pepsico and DuPont as well as dozens of Women's groups, Education groups, Health Care Systems, Direct Selling Companies and Government Agencies.
Mary Kay is a Marketing Strategist who helps organizations design and develop consulting interventions. She is an expert in delivering human resource training and customer service applications.
Mary Kay has been listed in Who's Who of American Women, for the last 15 years. She is also the author of the Future Woman and Managing Multiple Priorities seminars which have over 50,000 graduates.
Mary Kay's ability to touch and teach audiences in a unique way is remarkable. Mary Kay doesn't come out of a book, she comes out of life.
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