“Emme was absolutely a magical part of the day, and I would love to work with her again.”
Emme was the keynote speaker who concluded our day-long Women in Wellness Leadership Conference. She was a perfect fit and simply a joy to work with. Her presentation was engaging, inspiring, and uplifting. The 200-plus women in attendance were smiling from ear-to-ear and lining up to meet her when her lovely session on self-worth came to an end. Emme graciously connected with each and every person who approached her, giving hugs, posing for photos, and listing to their personal stories. She was absolutely a magical part of the day, and I would love to work with her again.
—Julie Keller Callaghan, editor-in-chief & publisher of American Spa and the founder of American Spa’s Women in Wellness Leadership Conference
"Emme is a very inspiring and powerful speaker"
“Emme is a very inspiring and powerful speaker. She amplified the energy of our 150 participating women veterans, transitioning women military members and spouses, with her authenticity guiding them to embrace their magnificence. Communicating her own story, Emme shared the importance of knowing yourself and pursuing your dreams while not allowing negativity to detract from dreams and ambitions. We sincerely thank Emme, a Syracuse University alum, for her unique and empowering contribution to the V-WISE (Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship) Denver program.”
-James Schmeling, Managing Director, Co-Founder, Institute for Veterans and Military Families, Syracuse University
"Emme is an engaging speaker"
“Emme is an engaging speaker that promotes a wellness lifestyle that focuses on positive body image. Her personal stories and reflections are a source of both motivation and inspiration. She is an advocate for people of all ages to empower themselves and become critical viewers of media messages. Her message encourages the development and maintenance of self-esteem by leading a life that supports being healthy at every size and celebrating body diversity. Emme’s dynamic personality and her touches of humor connect the audience in a personal way that inspires hope. Some of the testimonials below are from the audience during our National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.”
-Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt
"I wish every woman of all ages could hear this talk"
“EXCELLENT! I wish every woman of all ages could hear this talk. We need to hear more of this!”
"such a motivating and inspirational message of hope"
“Thank you for providing the opportunity to hear such a motivating and inspirational message of hope, inner peace, and self-acceptance. It was very motivating.”
"I found Emme to be very relatable "
“I found Emme to be very relatableand easy to apply the topics/examples discussed to my life”.
– Carrie A
When Opportunity Knocks
No more self-destructive talk and poor behavior blocking a passionate and mission filled life! When opportunities suddenly pop up, Emme encourages her audiences to step into them with a resounding "hell yes", most especially when we don't feel qualified! "Opportunities just don't show up out of the blue, it's a little shoulder tap to stretch ourselves to another level, to learn and grow," she says. Emme shares her journey and how it taught her to embrace tough times, to reevaluate with whom we hang, engage in business and how important carving time out every day for peace and quiet, alone.
Isn't it time to live the life you are meant to live instead of the life you feel you should be living? Get ready to be inspired, gain the courage to leap into new challenges and learn through laughter and possibly some tears, how to turn fear into a friend to fuel our future.
Wellness Series: Tune In - Be here now
Slowing down the mind chatter, releasing the pull on every one of our senses and putting you first; these are some of the most loving self-care and intentional acts we can do in this intense time in our lives.
Join Emme and reclaim the powerful you, the goddess within who fully resides in the present moment where all things are possible. Trust from her 30 years of national and international influence for the acceptance of diverse images of beauty, to profoundly impact self acceptance, positive body image and why we do what we do personally and professionally everyday. Like no other time before, being intentionally present in one's life is paramount to living happy, joyful and successful lives, yet we are more tired, stressed out and without energy for our families and the things that bring us most joy, not to mention, ourselves.
Want to attract opportunities, gain a new sense of clarity and awakening your mind and spirit, then let you come first this afternoon or weekend (if on a retreat)! Let the waves wash up on your feet, let the sand curl around your toes, let your skin feel the kiss of the sun and your body relax into the realm of all possibilities. Allow your mind to release the fears and doubts for you to finally embrace the here and now.
Learn to self-partner, develop an "ideal vision" for the life you want to live and create a plan on how to get there. Revive and reignite your awareness and passion by stepping back on your journey to a balanced life to think well, eat well and feel grounded.
Clear your mind through meditations and forgiveness rituals. Trigger the power of intentions and allow time to bask in your own light.
Fashion Without Limits (r) : Changing the face of fashion one design school at a time
"IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME":
Problem: In the US alone,100+ million women size 14 or higher, are demanding more fashion-forward clothing than ever, leaving a whopping 20B + of missed revenue (and satisfied customers) on the table. Not only is this a cultural quagmire, it's an economic one. Today's fashion designers, retailers, and design schools have the key to fix our sluggish fashion economy by supplying the fashion industry with inclusive fashion designers to supply this thirsty market with what they desire with apparel apparel that make them look good and feel great. It all starts with education, with you!
Solution: Now in it's 5th year, Syracuse University's Fashion Design Program is going strong. Bottom line, once student designers work on size 0-24 dress forms, they learn proper proportions of scale from one form to another, then the creative process is normalized and young designers see no reason why fashion couldn't be available for all women. The good news is, the curriculum doesn't need to change, just expanded to include proper proportions and attention to detail in regard to illustration, design, grade, tech fit, and pattern making - for more sizes. Inclusive fashion can be as simple as that. (September - June talks book quickly)
Befriending Cancer, my life changing journey
What are the steps we can take to be a part in our own healing process during a serious illness? Emme reveals her battle with cancer and journey through the medical maze along with her own efforts to marry conventional medicine with holistic care. She believes “growth only comes when pushed, prodded and forced to face what lies in front of us - difficulty being the salt and pepper of life; the good with the seemingly bad, in all its glory.” "To say my cancer diagnoses was a gift may sound strange, but in so many ways it was." Emme continues to work to improve her wellness routine and find support for her immune system, post treatment. In shareing therapies that helped her stay vivacious and energetic during the roughest times and holistic healing, she was able to diminish if not offset the negative affects of chemotherapy.
Certainly a game changing talk for grappling with self doubt/drive/motivation, individuals going through cancer treatment, and families and friends of cancer patients.
+ EMME’S ADDITIONAL TOPICS
available upon request