Jess is an experienced and legally blind speaker and trainer. Beginning in 2006 she was a guest lecturer and from 2007 to 2013 she was faculty in the departments of Religion and Anthropology at Temple University in Philadelphia. She was also guest faculty in the Liberal Arts department at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Since 2012 Jess has been training mental health and medical professionals, business leaders, and others in the applications of hypnosis, NLP, and HNLP in their professions and lives.
Whether a brief speech or a lengthy training Jess focuses specifically on the transformation of audience members. It is her hope that audiences who hear her message will feel empowered to live even more fulfilling lives.
Below are some examples of what is possible.
One of the biggest traps people fall into is to stop dreaming. People block themselves through self doubt, fear, and self imposed limitations that cut them off from their inspirations and aspirations in life. Life without aspirations is a life of stagnation.
Being legally blind has not stopped me from aspiring for more out of life. In fact in propels me forward in the face of adversity. I will share with your audience how to dream big and thrive despite the challenges life may through their way.
Misconceptions about the visually impaired are common. Everything from our academic aptitude to our navigational skills, even the meaning of the white cane are often misunderstood. These misconceptions are found both in the sighted community as well as in some blind circle. Education and advocacy create a more inclusive society and help blind individuals to live fulfilling and independent lives.
To help in this effort I offer educational presentations for both the sighted and blind communities.
I will work with you to provide an engaging presentation on the topic that suites your particular needs. Contact me take the next step.