Fiona Page, M.Ed. is a nationally recognized female motivational speaker and professional storyteller and… you need her at your next event!
"Both leaders and followers have obstacles in their paths. Using what I learned in my own rehabilitation has enabled me to share ideas about how they view themselves. I have given people insight and strategies for abundant living.
I will show YOU how to look past uncertainties. I found a way and I believe YOU can, too."
Georgia’s Governor, Nathan Deal, has this to say about Fiona and her book, My Nightlife is 24/7:
"I am touched not only by your riveting story of becoming blind, but also by your relentless determination to adapt and recover, and your charming sense of humor in the bleakest of circumstances."
- Keynote for educators on developing a curriculum for teaching storytelling
- Keynote for business leaders on developing leaders of tomorrow
- Motivational speaking to at-risk youth
- Advocacy for persons with disabilities
- Timeless Tales of Wit and Wisdom (Two / Three Hour)
- Workshop using Bettina the Bold for educators and media specialists
- Storytelling in the Classroom
An Award Winning Speaker and Storyteller:
- U.S. Department of Education Christa McAuliffe Fellow
- Commendations from Georgia’s past and present Governors Roy Barnes and Nathan Deal
- Founding member and past president of Southern Order of Storytellers
- Served on Board of Directors, National Speakers Association-Georgia
Crowned Ms. Georgia Senior
What Her Audiences Are Saying:
"You were simply amazing at the Author Series event last Thursday. I have had so many great comments about you and your powerful message. The event was, hands down, the best one we have presented. You and Eric (a Youth Villages student) made a tremendous team." (Mary Norman, Director of Community Relations, Youth Villages)
"It made me realize that Presidents and CEOs of our companies sometimes lack the emotional intelligence to connect and motivate our future leaders. They (youth) have such drive, and skills that are somewhat different than the generations before them. Helping business leaders prepare and change the environment to handle the new onslaught of our workforce could be a great opportunity for you." (Rick Crain, Action Coach)
"I laughed, I cried….. I wished I had as much drive, determination and courage to perform my daily tasks in life and deal as well with change." (Comment from an audience member)
"I know in my heart that my worst day…well, it just does not exist anymore since I met Fiona and heard how she overcame such an obstacle in her life with flying colors." (Conference participant)
"We are amazed at how Fiona uses her inability to see and turns it into an enhancement instead of a handicap." (Comment from an educator)