Fall Conference Keynote Speakers

Written by NAMA on Monday, August 17, 2015 , 11:36 am

The 2015 NAMA Fall Conference will be here before you know it! Don’t miss out on the great keynote speakers NAMA has lined up for you this year in beautiful Denver, CO. Here is a sneak peak:

Bill Benjamin is one of the original partners at the Institute for Health and Human Potential (IHHP). Prior to joining IHHP, Bill was Vice President of a computer software firm, leading the sales, consulting and marketing divisions. His passion and enthusiasm for Emotional Intelligence and its impact on leadership development will leave you inspired and wanting more. Bill has delivered leadership programs to diverse groups that include the US Army, NASA, Intel and Goldman Sachs.

Kelli Vrla is a Rocky Mountain based corporate communications consultant who has enlightened and “entertrained” thousands through her dynamic presentations. She spent 16 years as a broadcast sales executive in radio and 14 years as CEO of her own people development firm. She’ll show you how to own your job and get others to own theirs. Learn to handle change before it handles you and deal successfully with even the most challenging personalities in your organization.

Scott Williams has been Cabela’s Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing and E-Commerce Officer since October 2011. He joined Cabela’s after serving as the President of Fanatics, Inc., a vertically integrated online retailer of team and league licensed sports apparel and collectibles.Scott was a Corporate Vice President of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., from 2006 to May 2010. He will give you an inside look at business and e-commerce in this year’s “Through the Lens of a Leader.”

See you in Denver on September 22-24 for the best Fall Conference yet!

For a full schedule, registration details, hotel information and everything else you need to know, visit the Fall Conference website.

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