Amy Van Atta Slater
Amy Van Atta Slater Bestselling Author, Coach and Public Speaker - Transform Your Life and Break Free of Limitations for Lasting Happiness
As an SVP of a leading technology company, highly sought after leadership mentor, bestselling author, keynote speaker and single parent, Amy Van Atta Slater transforms challenges into opportunities.
It is through her insights on life, business, personal development, parenting and mindfulness, that she has inspired thousands of business professionals and creative thinkers to adjust, rethink and refocus in every field and walk of life.
“No matter where I turn, these magic moments are teaching me lessons. I am constantly reminded that I am one person. I am not a mom and a friend and a boss and a daughter and a “fill in the blank.” I am me. Living authentically means that you don’t have to create artificial barriers in order to appear this way or that way depending on your audience. You are free to be whoever you are without worrying who others want you to be. Authenticity is freedom.” - Amy Van Atta Slater
After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley, Amy soon became a noted leader in business, and 25 years later, she is consistently inspiring others towards greater levels of success.
Motivating the masses with galvanizing speeches, Amy empowers others to build their brands and lead through the cultivation of culture. As a corporate strategy advisor and private executive mentor, Amy cultivates the development of core leadership skills combined with compassion, mindfulness and authenticity.
Amy’s unique approach to leadership development has garnered her coveted keynote speaking opportunities, such as the 2014 Forrester Research Convention, as a panelist at the Domo Women in Business Tour and as a featured speaker along side Jay Leno at the 2016 Apttus Accelerate conference in San Francisco.
Passionate about her responsibilities as a single parent, Amy brings her message home modeling resilience, strength, authenticity, compassion and gratitude for her three daughters. “My cup isn’t half-full, it’s overflowing” - Amy Van Atta Slater