Karen Cortell Reisman
Since 1992 Karen Cortell Reisman, M.S. has taught corporate and association audiences how to communicate, sell, and thrive. Across North America and Europe her audiences have listened, laughed, and learned.
Karen has critiqued over 6000 presentations. She's been interviewed as a regular guest on a national radio program and consulted with CEO's and senior level management on their presentation skills. Before starting her own business she taught communication classes on the college level for 10 years.
Karen STILL hates doing the chores, and her family doesn't think she's that funny; BUT she has made audiences laugh, listen, and learn across the U.S., Canada, and Germany for the past 20 years.
Karen has one Bachelors degree in Communications, one Masters degree in Human Relations and Management, one cow named Bliss, one daughter, one son, and one husband -- not necessarily in that order.
Karen speaks about how to speak for yourself to grow your business.
Karen puts on a one-woman show using letters her cousin, Albert Einstein, wrote to her grandmother. Her keynote about hope, resilience, and lingerie, teaches you how to overcome obstacles, increase productivity, and grow your business.
Karen is proud of being the author of 2 books, she's a frequent guest on a radio talk show, and she's President of the National Speakers Association - North Texas Chapter.
Corporate & association clients include: The American Heart Association, Environmental Protection Agency EPA, Pizza Hut, Deloitte, The Plains Capital Bank, Mary Kay Inc. and many one-on-one clients including CEOs, dentists, attorneys, and entrepreneurs.