Diane Diaz is Personal Brand Strategist and Speaking Coach with Speaking Your Brand, where she helps high-performing, purpose-driven entrepreneurs and professionals create their signature talks, build their personal brands, and increase visibility to grow their business and become recognized as influencers in their fields. Diane holds a BS in marketing from University of West Florida, an MBA from University of Central Florida, and currently teaches branding and marketing classes at Full Sail University. Diane regularly speaks on personal branding, LinkedIn strategy, and women’s empowerment.
Our speaker is a brand strategist who exists to serve by revealing the genius in individual and company brands. As a CEO and Chief Marketing Officer, she has dedicated her career to mission-driven, socially conscious brands that transform lives. She’s particularly adept at guiding leadership teams to reposition and message complex products to capture global market share and drive industry thought leadership. She applies a proprietary process to brand transformation and her greatest joy is working with leaders – visionaries, game changers, futurists and innovators – who are serious about how their personal brands are perceived in our 7-second world.
Her newest upcoming book, “Jules’ Rules” outlines the little-known but powerfully dangerous concept of the “Scraps Theory” that will potentially save that exciting new blossoming relationship that suddenly takes a downturn, or may be the pivotal turning-point for that one friend of yours who can’t seem to find that great guy you know she’s destined to eventually discover! “Jules’ Rules” is your one-stop guide to navigating and thriving in today’s dating world… and have a few out-loud chuckles along the way.
Jenifer Madson is Founder of Mindful Leaders Academy, where high level business and corporate professionals master the mindset and skills to meet the intense demands of their environment and be the most impactful leaders they can be. She has worked for more than 15 years with executives of such firms as: PricewaterhouseCoopers, The Brooklyn Nets/Islanders/Barclays Center, Societe Generale, Prudential, and Girl Scouts USA.