For most people, speaking in public is their biggest fear. Stacy Bernal found herself being asked to tell her story of overcoming challenges and believing in herself. Speaking was not only something she enjoyed, but something she was good at. She wondered if she could turn public speaking into a profession and she has.
Offering keynotes, workshops, and coaching, Stacy specializes in topics such as implicit bias training, empowering women to leadership, and authentic communication skills. Stacy presents for companies and organizations but also does one-on-one coaching for individuals interested in a speaking career. She is a vocal advocate for diversity, equity, inclusion and representation. Her proudest accomplishment so far is speaking at TEDxOgden in 2020.
“As a solopreneur, I wear ALL the hats — CEO, CFO, COO, marketing, design, PR, you name it I do it. It allows me tremendous opportunity for personal growth and discomfort because I have to do a lot of things that would normally be done by team members in a traditional company. I’ve created engaging curriculum around topics that tend to be uncomfortable. I challenge the status quo a little bit in hopes of creating a better future for the generations coming after me,” Stacy explains.
Stacy desires to positively impact as many lives as she can. Her book The Things We Don’t Talk About, her keynotes, and her coaching course are how she will continue to make that impact. “I see the BADASS in you and I help you see it, too,” she promises.
Learn more about Stacy at www.seestacyspeak.com