Blazing the Trail: How to Overcome Adversity as a First-Generation Entrepreneur
Entrepreneurship continues to play a significant role in the social and economic shifts that are shaping our future as a society. As more people are pursuing the path to business ownership, many first-generation college graduates are among those to do so. Much like being an undergraduate student, stepping into entrepreneurship can be unfamiliar and scary territory; hence, this talk is designed to equip participants with strategies to be confident, impactful, and triumphant entrepreneurs.


Campus to Company: Thriving as A First-Generation Graduate in the Workplace
As first-generation college graduates move into the workforce, they also enter new spaces where their unique characteristics still call for them to have support in their transition. In this session, participants will learn strategies to help them successfully navigate the workplace so they can be more productive and feel confident. Ultimately, boosting employee morale, creating a more inclusive work environment, and increasing profits for the organization.


Run the Day: How to Be A More Productive First-Generation Professional
Productivity isn’t just about finding more time in a day, or even working harder, but making the most out of the time that one does have. In this session, participants will learn how to focus on the right things, create more balance, and ultimately better manage their most invaluable resource.


Unduplicated and Unafraid: Cultivating Confidence as a First-Generation Professional™

Confidence is an asset that’s critical for one’s success–the key ingredient in an individual’s satisfaction personally and professionally. In this session, participants will learn how to be more confident so they can overcome obstacles, feel empowered and positive, and truly get the most from life.