“Life is tough…but SO ARE YOU!”   

“Brilliant lady! Positive!

Love her can-do attitude.”

“Should be a keynote speaker.”

“A very informative and educational training.

As a professional, it was very helpful!”

“An amazing speaker! 

She gives me hope in what I do!”

Amber's Interview about foster care

by "The Fostered Life" Podcast

Little Moments Matter!

Amber presents in a way that helps the audience identify clear strengths in their lives AND businesses.   She engages people with humor and heart which is topped off with applicable skills for motivation and change.  She helps everyone see how influential they can really be!

Amber is engaging with her insight and wisdom of experience amongst some of the most vulnerable populations.

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-Foster Care Alumni

 -Master Social Worker

(Experience in education,  mental health, child welfare)

-Recovered head-trauma victim

-Foster & Adoptive parent

-Law enforcement spouse

-Advocate for change

-Faith-filled, Christian

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Amber helps people identify how valuable, powerful and influential they really are!

“Always refreshing and motivating!”

“Amber is definitely a speaker that you can hear more than once and always walk away feeling empowered and encouraged”

Nina Shaw-Woody

Director, KFAN; Foster Parent; MSW

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Kim Pock

HR Director, Nonprofit Solutions

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