If you’re looking for a reason to join The Bullish Society, I’d like to let you know about 3 AMAZING new guests in our monthly Expert-in-Residence series.
Our Experts provide tricks and hints that can help you tackle all of life’s ups and downs with the grace of a true #ladyboss. Below are the amazing women we’ll be hearing from in the upcoming months.
Our November Experts-in-Residence come to you from Vital Voice. Longtime friends-of-Bullish Casey and Julie are experts on public speaking and communications from a feminist POV. They’ve joined us previously as BullCon speakers and we’re so excited to have them back for this series!
Casey Erin Clark has been teaching vocal production, public speaking, accent modification, and singing to clients of all ages for the last 10 years, working with the prestigious TADA Youth Theater, NY Speech Coaching, the Studio New Canaan, and her private studio.
Julie Fogh is an actor and teacher in NYC. She holds an MFA from Northern Illinois University, and a BA in Theatre and Women Studies from University of Washington, and is certified Associate Teacher in the Fitzmaurice Voice Technique.
Join Julie and Casey this November for how to speak up, get heard, promote yourself without being gross, and otherwise find your authentic voice (without acting like a dude).
December‘s Expert-in-Residence is Michelle McKinnon of the $mart Women Podcast.
She is a women’s wealth expert and elite Financial Advisor for Payne Capital Management — recently listed as one of the top 50 emerging investment advisory firms by Forbes Magazine. Her role includes regularly calling clients to provide current market updates and discuss possible portfolio changes.
We’ve been getting a LOT of questions in The Bullish Society about investing, retirement, home buying, and more – and Michelle is here to answer! I told her our group is … advanced.
Talk about a great way to start off your 2017! Author Laura Vanderkam (OMG!) will be joining us in January to share her insights on time management, time tracking, outsourcing (or otherwise getting out of) the tasks you hate, and making room for all the important things in life.
Laura Vanderkam is the author of several time management and productivity books, including I Know How She Does It, What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, and 168 Hours. Her work has appeared in publications including Fast Company, Fortune, USA Today, and the Wall Street Journal.
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