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Welcome: Theo Androus
The Voices of Experience
(VOE) chair kicks off the July-August 2013 edition.
Feature Interview: Frank Oz, Director and Actor Oz is well known for creating and performing the characters Miss Piggy and Fozzie Bear in The Muppet Show, as well as Cookie Monster, Bert and Grover on Sesame Street. Oz’s many movies include Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, In and Out and
applied to the speaking business.
Now What? Laura Berman Fortgang A pioneer in professional coaching, Fortgang was one of the first authors to appear on Oprah. Before the Internet, she promoted her business by speaking. Today, she advises speakers and anyone who is making a career transition to use their unique thumbprint to their
The Craft of Speaking:
Victoria Labalme, CPAE
Labalme shares her insights about the
craft of speaking and how she suddenly
reinvented herself and her business. Her
marriage in 2011 prompted a business shift
from doing primarily keynotes to coaching
clients on structure, content and delivery.
She coaches many clients via Skype.
President’s Message: Ron Culberson, MSW, CSP Culberson thanks member volunteers who served during his term, and confesses that he recorded all of his VOE segments in his bedroom closet. He acknowledges that he surrounded himself with great people who made him look good. By stepping up and serving, we all can make NSA great.
VOE Chair Wrap-up: Theo Androus
The VOE chair wraps up his final edition by thanking
everyone who helped him in all phases of VOE development
and production during his 2012-13 term.