As a trainer and lecturer, you don’t really know your impact until the evaluations come in. Allow me to share some comments that make me very proud of my first in-person lecture – outside of teaching at Howard University – since the pandemic’s start. I’ve conducted several Zoom trainings, but there is nothing like meeting face-to-face. The personal interaction, the storytelling, filling the room with my energy is where I shine, and it’s my “superpower.” 

From my client, Legacy International – On behalf of Legacy International, Amideast, and the U.S. Department of State – Palestinian Affairs Unit, a huge thank you for supporting the participants from Palestine during this year’s Professional Development Immersion Program. Your session (Social Media For Your Personal Brand) and the social technovation session were the only training sessions that received a full 5.0 stars from all participants! They were highly impacted by your training and were motivated by your energy and excellent facilitation skills! 

Here’s what some of the participants had to say: 
“I love her. She is funny, smart, professional, and a great teacher.” 
“The most energetic session ever!” 
“It was so fun so nice and glamorous woman I would love to be like her when I grow up.” 
“Very helpful and informative. You get to see from a professional point of view how the media works.” 
“So energetic it changed my mind about being active in social media.” 
“It was very good. We learned how to brand our name and to work more on social media life.” 

Such high praise from an amazing group of young professionals. I’m proud to have given my support to help this very important program to be successful despite significant COVID-era hurdles.

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