In January 2018, 28 women in medicine at Baystate Health showed up for the first meeting of the Speaker Sisterhood club within their hospital system. This club was part of a six-month pilot program running until June of 2018. In this video, watch to see what the participants learned, how it contributed to their growth, … Continue reading Speaker Sisterhood Club Wraps at Baystate Health
Speaker Sisterhood, a network of public speaking clubs for women, has partnered with Girls, Inc of Holyoke, an organization that aims to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, to create the first public speaking club of its kind for girls. This pilot program will gauge whether this type of training will help … Continue reading Speaker Sisterhood Announces Partnership with Girls, Inc of Holyoke
Speaker Sisterhood on WHMP Encourages Female Empowerment Carrie Saldo, host and producer of WGBY’s ConnectionPoint, interviews our very own Angela Lussier. Tonight’s topic: the "Women's Truth" series that recently ran on WHMP radio. In a classic “but wait, there’s more” moment, several other women of Speaker Sisterhood will be on hand, too: WHMP News Director … Continue reading Speaker Sisterhood and WHMP on Connecting Point (WGBY)
What happens when two expert speaker podcast hosts get together? A lot of laughter and a lot superb advice for speakers of all levels. In this podcast, Ryan Foland and Angela Lussier cover topics such as building confidence, finding your niche, and having fun with your audience. Listen to this podcast to find out: How … Continue reading Angela Lussier on the World of Speakers Podcast Ep. 37: Gaining confidence to get on stage and get paid
A big gratitude shout-out to Worcester News Tonight for covering Angela Lussier’s interactive workshop, the Secret Life of Speaking Up, hosted by YPWA Worcester at The Park View Room. Great clip! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czlkLlRk8VE&feature=youtu.be&t=4m7s
WHMP Breakfast Club with Bob and Denise, in partnership with the Speaker Sisterhood, celebrate Women’s History Month with a program on “Women Speaking Their Truth”
Do you wonder what the Speaker Sisterhood is all about? Or if you already know, do you want to share the excitement with your friends? Either way, don’t miss this terrific interview. In a conversation with Angela Lussier, Speaker Sisterhood CEO and founder, and Denise Vozella, WHMP news director and Speaker Sisterhood club leader, WRSI - … Continue reading Shout, Sister, Shout-The Speaker Sisterhood (WRSI)
“When a woman tells her story, she gives other women permission to share theirs.” “When a woman tells her story, she gives other women permission to share theirs.” That's according to Angela Lussier, founder and CEO of the “Speaker Sisterhood”, a network of speaking clubs for women, founded in 2016 in Holyoke, MA. The Speaker … Continue reading Women Share Their Truth Through The Speaker Sisterhood WHMP Radio Series
Guess who’s one of the judges for the BusinessWest 40 Under 40 class of 2018? That’s right, our very own Angela Lussier, Speaker Sisterhood CEO and founder — and a member of the 40 Under Forty class of 2014. Congratulations, Angela! Read the full article at BusinessWest.com »
28 female medical providers from Baystate Health are set to begin a 6-month pilot of a public speaking training program uniquely crafted for women in academic medicine. The program is a collaboration between Women Advancing and Achieving in Medicine, a Baystate Health organizational resource group, and Speaker Sisterhood, a public speaking training company for women … Continue reading Speaker Sisterhood Announces Partnership with Baystate Health System; First Women’s Speaking Program of its Kind in the Nation
BostonVoyager –– Today we’d like to introduce you to Angela Lussier. Thanks for sharing your story with us Angela. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there. I hesitantly looked up from my notebook, carefully avoiding the gaze of my co-workers and strategically turning my head away from my boss … Continue reading Meet Angela Lussier of Speaker Sisterhood (BostonVoyager)
The Claim the Stage podcast has been awarded the #1 spot on Forbes’ list of inspiring podcasts! The Claim the Stage podcast is dedicated to women everywhere who want to get on stage and be heard! Angela Lussier, CEO + Founder of the Speaker Sisterhood, interviews professional speakers, authors, speaker bureaus, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, interesting people, and creatives … Continue reading Claim the Stage Named #1 Inspiring Podcast on Forbes.com
WHMP News Director Denise Vozella talks about becoming a leader of The Speaker Sisterhood in Northampton, a speaking club for women who want to discover, awaken, and create their voice through the art of public speaking.
Written by Brian Pedersen via Lehigh Valley Business news. To be an effective leader, it pays to be good at public speaking. It can instill confidence and poise as you communicate your message. But what if you simply want to share your voice and ensure that it gets heard in the workplace? What if you are … Continue reading Women discovering their voice through public speaking (Lehigh Valley Business)
It took just nine words to change Angela Lussier’s life: “you’ll never be ready; you just have to start.” That’s good advice for entrepreneurs of all kinds, but it was especially relevant for a shy, self-conscious, but creative and ambitious woman who decided her path to leadership was learning to overcome her fear of public … Continue reading Angela Lussier Finds Her Purpose in Helping Women Find Theirs (BusinessWest)
By Natasha Zena, Innovate413 Angela Lussier has been an entrepreneur for as long as she can remember. In college, she ran a barber shop out of her dorm room, charging five dollars per haircut and offering a 30-minute warranty. At 36, she’s also had a marketing consulting business, a career and business coaching business, and … Continue reading Angela Lussier is giving women a voice at the Speaker Sisterhood (Innovate413)
WHMP's Stephanie Slysz attends a Speaker Sisterhood session in Northampton, a bi-monthly club for women to hone their public speaking skills. Slysz chats with founder Angela Lussier and two participants who have gained not only speaking skills, but confidence and a sisterhood, too.
NORTHAMPTON — The Speaker Sisterhood, a network of public-speaking clubs for women with clubs in Springfield, Amherst, and South Hadley, is adding two new clubs in Northampton and Greenfield for women who want to become more confident speakers. Both new clubs will be having open houses. The Northampton open house will be held on Thursday, … Continue reading Speaker Sisterhood Adds Two New Public-speaking Clubs for Women (Business West)
“At VVM I learned to talk to my customers and really listen to what they need. Launching a minimum viable product and responding quickly is key. Don’t wait for perfect,” explained Speaker Sisterhood Founder Angela Lussier. Based in Holyoke, Mass., the Speaker Sisterhood helps women to build confidence, boost public speaking skills and maybe even change the world. Angela came up with the idea while participating in VVM’s Startup Accelerator program.Continue reading on Valley Venture Mentors »
Ira Bryck talks with Angela Lussier, the CEO + Founder of the Speaker Sisterhood.
By Janice Beetle | Special to The Republican Angela Lussier, Owner, Speaker Sisterhood, LLC, Williams Street, Holyoke Years in business: One What do you offer and to whom? The Speaker Sisterhood is a brand new network of public speaking clubs for women who feel pulled to do something bigger and seek the confidence, public speaking … Continue reading Voices of the Valley: Angela Lussier, Owner, Speaker Sisterhood, LLC
NORTHAMPTON — Even with women in leadership roles in the corporate world, and others successfully running their own businesses, many remain afraid to speak up in the workplace. That’s an observation made by Angela Lussier, who runs Angela Lussier Enterprises from an office in Holyoke, and which prompted her to start the Speaking School for … Continue reading Speaker Sisterhood helps build women’s confidence in the workplace (Daily Hampshire Gazette)