Speaker Request Form
About our Guest Speakers
Our Guest Speakers:
The babes invite local experts & community leaders to present information on different business related topics, which will focus on informative ways to plan, market, organize, and grow their business; community outreach and involvement and personal development.
We are looking for speakers for our Monthly Meetings in 2017 who will provide our members one of the following:
In November, we send out a Survey to our members where we get suggestions on topics that our members would like to see presented at future meetings. We do our best to find qualified local experts on these particular topics and have them scheduled by the first of January.
To Schedule a Presentation:
We'd like to thank all of those who volunteered their time to speak at our past meetings, understanding the time to prepare, travel, present as well as answer our questions. Thank you to: Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky Secretary of State, Lara MacGregor of Hope's Scarves, Julie Lowe of Socially Aligned, David Rowlette of Berea Chamber, Karen Hood of EKU Marketing Dept., Judge Executive, Reagan Taylor, Madison County, Kentucky and Deputy Judge Executive, Colleen Chaney, Madison County, Kentucky, Thomas M. Martin, Ph.D., Executive Director of Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship & Technology (CEDET), Kerri Hensley Director of Berea Tourism, Lori Tatum-Murphy, Direct of Richmond Tourism, Tonita Goodwin, Executive Director of the Richmond Industrial Development Corporation, Danny Isaacs, Director of Economic Development of Berea, Beverly Clemons of CMI Consulting, Alexandra Barnhart, Jennifer Napier of JNCC, M. Suzanne Van Wert, Attorney-Mediator, Carla Walter of Leading Edge Focus Coaching; Ericka Harney of Cause Head Consulting; Mendi Goble of Richmond Chamber; Rita Smart - State Representative; Becky Naugle, Ph.D, state director of Kentucky Small Business Development Center; Kelly Hinton of Commerce Lexington; Terri Turner of Tops Marketing; Lori Sliwa of New Opportunity School for Women; Carol Siler and Janet Holloway of Women Leading Kentucky; Mayor Jim Barnes of Richmond KY; and more.