Adrianne is a skilled presenter who makes complex information easily accessible. She gets to know her audience and applies the presentation materials in practical ways to illustrate her subject. Organized and very structured, her presentations are focused, clear and engaging.” — Clark Fields, Carolina Management Team


Adrianne’s training sessions focus on clear takeaways that participants from doulas to disaster response managers can immediately put into action. Her strong ability to connect with audiences makes her a memorable presenter whether as a panel member or a solo trainer for a half day session.

From marketing plan development to updated search engine optimization strategies, Adrianne can address a wide range of topics that will enhance a group’s knowledge and skill to better promote their product, service or brand. Audiences as varied as childbirth educators, professional business advisors and business owners have gained valuable information and actionable ideas to grow their practices, organizations and companies.

Creating and implementing strategic plans for growth or sustainability require information gathering, a clear process, buy-in, brainstorming, implementation and evaluation. An experienced strategic planning facilitator who has engaged in extensive follow-up support through the implementation phase, Adrianne can share insights and tips for a more effective strategy and planning process for businesses and non-profits.

Recent Presentations

Optimizing Your Website for Government Contracting, co-presenter, Opportunities 2014

Counseling Client on Marketing, 2013 Fall Professional Development Conference, NC Business Advisors

Marketing to Established Business Clients, 2013 Annual Consultants Conference, Georgia Small Business Development Center

Bringing Your ‘A’ Game, panelist, Women’s Business Weekend 2012, Asheville

Marketing & Promotion, panelist, Appalachian Women Entrepreneurs Conference 2012

Marketing to Established Businesses, 2012 Association of Small Business Development Centers Annual Conference, New Orleans


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