Leading Activist & Best-Selling Author
A teen mom and high school dropout from rural Texas who became a successful CEO and movement leader, Gloria Feldt is an acclaimed expert on women, power, and authentic leadership who delivers inspiring keynotes that motivate with heart and humor and provide practical “power tools” for life and leadership. Read More >
"Empower your invaluable women workers by hiring No Excuses author Gloria Feldt to speak to your executives, board members, and high-performing women to crack the diversity and inclusivity business."
"Your presentation was excellent. I’ve already used “power to” versus “power over” as a mantra for other relationships and conversations. The response is like an awakening in the people who hear it."
"Her speech was dynamic and inspirational. Relating her own experiences as a leader in the women’s rights movement for so many years was fascinating for our donors. And her recommendations for “fighting forward” gave us all renewed energy and clear direction for the future…It was a privilege to spend the day with her and watch her in action. It has certainly made me a better advocate and gave me renewed energy, which frankly, I needed!"
"An extraordinary visit! She did a brilliant job of re-focusing the troops, helping to re-frame the debate, and rallying all again. It was a perfect visit for us all."
"She was knowledgeable, witty, compassionate—really connected so effectively both with the whole audience and with individual members. I admire the way she interacts with every person who has a question or comment, treating them with warmth and respect. She fields questions and engages in dialogue with poise, wisdom, and humor. Such a great pro, and such a lovely person—what a terrific combination!"
"Gloria Feldt’s articulation of Planned Parenthood’s growth and development under her tenure left Harvard students spellbound and energized."
"The talk went really well, Gloria was amazing! She was so poised, and you should tell she is a seasoned speaker. The audience loved her, and it was a full room! About 200 people. It was really great."