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Jennifer Webb is an internationally recognized motivational speaker, author, consultant, trainer, coach, and one of a prestigious group of women using magic as a technique to inspire, motivate, and educate. She has helped thousands of businesses increase productivity by teaching people how to communicate and work more synergistically together. She combines a high-energy, interactive format with innovative information (examples and statistics) and personal challenges (like climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to get over her fear of heights) to energize audiences worldwide.
Author of four books on reaching potential, leadership and empowerment, Ms. Webb's latest book focuses on the power of inspiring others by using Super Hero qualities, hence the book's title, Zap! Pow! Kazam! 11 Super Powers to Change Your Career & Life!
Since founding Magic Communications in New York City 25 years ago, Jennifer Webb has worked with hundreds of Fortune 100 and 500 companies, associations and organizations, teaching people how to build relationships through effective communication. Her credentials also include a Master Practitioner Certification in Neuro-linguistic Programming. Her client base ranges from Honeywell Space Systems (consultant for eight years) to Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers, American Airlines, and leaders in numerous industries.
When Ms. Webb began her career, she worked as a journalist interviewing a variety of notables including Orson Welles, Muhammad Ali, and Ted Kennedy. She worked three years on CBS Morning News, Reno affiliate, as a personal power coach. She also uses unique insights from her interviews when she speaks.
Jennifer Webb is executive director of a non-profit, The Shakespeare Animal Fund: Helping Pets & People in Need, an organization that helps low income, usually elderly and disabled, pay emergency veterinarian bills. The organization has paid out more than $250,000 so far, saving hundreds of pets' lives and enhancing the quality of life for their owners. She reminds her audiences that Churchill said we make a living from what we get, and make a life from what we give.
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