District 22 Fall Conference Keynote Speaker – Rochelle Rice, AS, ACS

Fall Conference 2015 will be held at the Kansas State Capital in Topeka, Kansas on October 24, 2015.  The conference chair is Sharla Exum.  The keynote speaker will be Rochelle Rice, AS, ACS

Jazzed About Leadership: Choreographing Your Way to Success addresses the passion, precision and partnering skills needed to create your success in leadership. Accredited Speaker Rochelle Rice is a nationally recognized speaker, author and educator who has harnessed her background as a professional jazz dancer into a passionate approach to help people express themselves through words.  She shares the skills she learned as a dancer in a successful dance company to inform her philosophy of leadership.   Her love and passion for professional speaking stems from the feeling of community nurtured in the dance world and came to fruition in the ability to help move people and organizations forward in their search for health and fulfillment.    Rochelle brings her passionate performance techniques to her presentations, and you will learn through laughter and movement.  She believes the world needs leaders locally, nationally and globally, who speak with honesty and integrity – not bending the truth for personal gain. She considers it an honor and a privilege to live a life of service with unwavering faith in people’s abilities to trust themselves and the words they speak.

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