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Michelle King Robson
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Scottsdale, AZ
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Expertise:
Media & Communications Health & Medical

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Michelle King Robson

Founder, Chairperson and CEO
EmpowHER
Michelle King Robson is a nationally-recognized women’s health advocate who can give a unique perspective of care from the patient’s experience. Michelle travels the world talking to the media about the importance of women advocating for themselves and their loved ones. She can explain to women how they can properly advocate for their own health and wellness when they are faced with virtually any health condition.


Sharon Lechter
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Paradise Valley, AZ
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Expertise:
Business Education

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Sharon Lechter

Personal Finance Expert
Pay Your Family First
For those rethinking their financial picture, wondering how to talk to their kids about money and when and looking for helpful tax tips, Sharon Lechter has plenty of ideas. Sharon has been a pioneer in financial literacy for over a decade and is most widely recognized as the co-author of “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” and her new bestselling title “Three Feet from Gold,” the official sequel to Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich.” Sharon currently serves under President Obama on the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Literacy and is a national spokesperson for the American Institute of CPAs as a member of the Financial Literacy Commission. Sharon is also the founder and CEO of Pay Your Family First, a financial literacy education organization that offers innovative programs and products for consumers and community organizations.


Trudy Thompson Rice
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Phoenix, AZ
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Expertise:
Philanthropy Business

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Trudy Thompson Rice

Manager, Clara Barton Society
American Red Cross, Grand Canyon Chapter
Trudy Thompson Rice works for the Red Cross as both paid staff and a volunteer. For her “day job,” she raises money for the Red Cross’ work and is the face of the Red Cross in her community. She meets with business and community leaders, finding ways to link resources and build relationships. On nights and weekends, she is a Red Cross volunteer. The Red Cross responds to a home fire about every 16 hours, working with families to provide emergency shelter, food and clothing.








 

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