Updated: Jan 9
Rebecca Morgan is a qualified speech professional and an alumna of UC Santa Cruz, home of the Banana Slug. Rebecca has been presenting virtual presentations for decades. Not only does she speak at events but attends many of them for networking and social opportunities. After attending so many presentations, Rebecca felt she could provide a service, which could fellow public speaker connect with their audience more as well as have them engaged. Rebecca didn’t always want to publicly speak. Her journey sort of began when asked to lead an assertiveness course, without any experience. After leading the class for two years her love her virtual presentation began to grow. She began speaking for the YWCA(Young Women's Christian Association) and even community colleges.
she was doing seminars for bankers 3-4 times a week. Now Rebecca educates those who work in any part of a business on how to be the most effective and impactful. Rebecca has been a part of over two dozen published books. Fourteen of those books she wrote herself. Talk about being determined, efficient, and a go-getter. Rebecca’s first book was published in the 90’s called, “Professional Selling: Practical Secrets for Successful Sales.”
Rebecca has been interviewed by The Oprah Winfrey, Forbes, 60 minutes, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and many more. Rebecca enjoys surrounding herself with likeminded-people with an honest, business, mindset, that’ll also challenge and help you grow. In January 2021 Rebecca is offering a master class for those seeking helpful skills and willing to learn how to be a better speaker. Those who cannot make the master class also have the option of purchasing a one-on-one with her for the speaker who still would like to obtain the knowledge in which Rebecca has to provide, but making it work for their busy lifestyle. Corporations had not entirely embraced live virtual events until quarantine. Now that they have and are becoming so comfortable, seeing how cost effective, and time saving virtual events can be, companies are now making that shift. Post Stay-at-home order the new normal will be a blended workplace; where only about 4 necessary people will be on the work site whereas most employees will be able to work from home. Therefore, virtual presentation is a form of communication and a way to share information for the future.