Generations and Diversity Speaker, Author of 'Dig Your Heels In'
Joan Kuhl Bio
Joan Kuhl is an author, speaker, and unabashed champion of girls leadership and advancing women in the workplace. Through her international speaking engagements, research, and consulting she's transformed the internal workings of some of the world's largest corporations and institutions. Over the years Joan has launched and worked with over a dozen corporate women's networks and intergenerational employee resource groups, as well stepping into a role as a #SheBelieves Champion for the U.S. Soccer Organization, becoming a Contributor to ForbesWomen and serving on the boards for the Frances Hesselbein Leadership Institute, and Girls Inc. of New York City. Her expertise has been featured in the NY Times, Harvard Business Review, CNBC and Success Magazine. Joan is the author of 3 books: Dig Your Heels In (April 2019), Misunderstood Millennial Talent: The Other 91% and Peter Drucker's Five Most Important Questions: Enduring Wisdom for Today's Leaders. Joan earned her B.S.B.A. at the University of Pittsburgh and earned an MBA from Rutgers University where she studied global business strategies in Beijing and Shanghai, China.
Joan Kuhl's talks are inspiring, action oriented, dynamic and interactive based on her own experiences working inside global corporations, as an international speaker and consultant to Fortune 100 companies and top 20 Business Schools as well as a Board Member for organizations that serve youth for two decades.
Her goal as a Keynote Speaker and Workshop Facilitator is to empower and arm women with the tools to accelerate their ambitions, the clarity and purpose to pursue advanced leadership and compelling data to support their decisions to stay and transform their current employer.
Joan's talks resonate with leaders from diverse industries as her research proves that people have the capacity to change and evolve from within and she provides the action steps to build the company culture and leadership values that we all deserve.