One of the most successful and respected women in the television and entertainment industries, Mary Kellogg-Joslyn, co-owner of the Titanic Museum Attractions in Branson, Missouri (12 years) and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee (8 years), is credited with having spearheaded strategic planning, development, producing and marketing of major national and international productions for the CBS Television Stations during her 10 years with the company.
Kellogg-Joslyn is a strategy-minded and results-producing national and international entertainment programing professional, skilled at opportunity identification, competitive analysis, creative project development and market positioning. She has received many recognitions & awards including a Daytime Emmy
Dr. Trish Holliday
Join Dr. Holliday in a conversation about how women can take charge of their future in this complex and ever-changing world! During this engaging dialogue, we will explore the BE SAY DO model of taking charge of your own trajectory. Within each component of the model, we will explore and share together deepening questions to help us all reflect on how we can BE more authentic, SAY words that communicate with clarity and purpose, and DO actions that drive effectiveness and excellence.
Kurt Greene is a Group Chair for Vistage Worldwide, the leading CEO peer advisory membership organization. With three active and growing peer groups in the Knoxville area, Kurt brings together successful CEOs, executives, and business owners in monthly meetings to tackle and solve real-life issues, with two things in mind: More success and less stress.
Kurt is an accomplished business leader with 30 years of experience in leadership, operations, and human resources roles, at companies like Pfizer, Procter & Gamble and GE. He holds an MBA in human resources and organization management from Vanderbilt University; he is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering; and he served our country as a U.S. Army officer in the Corps of Engineers.
Since 1999, Wendy’s Mind-Body-Business approach has improved clients’ clarity and confidence. She works with ambitious people who are called to do and be more with their life, but are unclear on how to achieve this lofty goal. She is the author of The Joy Factor Recipe Book – A Common Sense Approach to a Delicious Life. Wendy has coached hundreds of people to create succulent lives and flourishing businesses aligned with their purpose and passions.
Wendy lives in Decatur GA with her husband Matt and dog, Eli. She’s an advocate of Positive Psychology, life-long learning and letting people merge in traffic.
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