The Soul Fueled CEO, Amber Lilyestrom Headlines May 10 NH High Tech Council TechWomen Power Breakfast
Branding strategist and business coach to present: Soul Fuel Your Day: How to find your feet, your purpose and your path to true fulfillment
The New Hampshire High Tech Council (Council) will host its next TechWomen|TechGirls Power Breakfast on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 7:30 to 9 am at the Manchester Country Club, 180 South River Road, Manchester. Amber Lilyestrom -branding strategist, business coach, the host of The Soul Fueled CEO™ Podcast and founder of the Soul Fueled CEO™ Academy – will headline the breakfast.
“Amber delivers a profoundly inspirational message about living a soul fired life that I believe will resonate quote well with our audience of tech professionals,” said Candice Benson, Council board member and chair of the TW|TG Committee. “She is passionate, inspiring and full of life and I am delighted that she is joining us at our May breakfast. I very much look forward to hearing her speak.”
Lilyestrom, who is a writer, speaker, transformational branding and business strategist and the host of The Soul Fueled CEO™ Podcast, will share her transformational story about how she shifted her life from a fast-paced corporate career to launching her own business and ultimately coaching woman all over the globe. Prior to realizing her soul’s calling and changing gears to support visionaries, leaders and “disruptivators” in changing the world and their own lives, Lilyestrom spent 10 years in collegiate athletics marketing, managing the University of New Hampshire Wildcats brand. She also spent time teaching sports marketing and mentoring students and interns at the university.
The TechWomen|TechGirls breakfast series is sponsored by TD Bank and Newforma. The sponsor of the May breakfast is Nanocomp Technologies, Inc. Tickets for the Power Breakfast are $10 for members of the Council and $20 for not-yet-members, and includes breakfast. Register here or call 603-935-8951. Seating is limited, so individuals are encouraged to register early.