Stacy Ennis keynote speaker
- Crafting a vision for your life—and making it happen
- Creating the life you want
- Developing bravery in life and work
- Growing influence in your work and beyond
- Reclaiming your story and defining your life
- The life-changing experience of travel
- Women at work and in leadership
Stacy Ennis is passionate, brave, and intentional. She deeply believes every individual has the capacity to design lives they love through strong vision and hard work. Her background includes serving as the long-time ghostwriter for a Nobel Prize winner in medicine and executive editor of Sam’s Club’s Healthy Living Made Simple, a publication that reaches around 11 million readers. She consults on global initiatives, books, corporate content strategy, and varied product and project launches. Stacy is a bestselling author, TEDx speaker, world traveller, entrepreneur, runner, wife, and mom to two awesome kids.
Along with her writing and consulting work, Stacy is also a cofounder of Next Level Women Leaders, a leadership platform training company that has trained leaders from Starbucks, The Boeing Company, Intuit, and more.
Stacy has spent much of her adult life exploring the world, including living in the Dominican Republic, Vietnam, and her current home of Thailand. Experiences like hiking Ta Kou Mountain to see the reclining Buddha in Mui Ne, Vietnam; being robbed at gunpoint in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; and most recently, tobogganing at the Great Wall of China, all shaped who she is and how she works. Spending time in different cultures has helped her develop an openness and ability to understand varied viewpoints, allowing her to connect authentically with audiences across the globe.
Stacy’s newest book, cowritten with Ron Price, is Growing Influence: A Story of How to Lead with Character, Expertise, and Impact.The book offers both practical advice on how to develop leadership skills and a relatable account of one woman’s growth by applying the principles in the book.
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