Nina Godiwalla's 2011 TED talk (excerpt):
Nina is an engaging speaker who has presented on careers, leadership, stress management and diversity in the workplace. She has been invited to speak, and often keynote, at a wide variety of venues including The White House, NASA, World Affairs Council, Smithsonian Institution, Harvard University, TEDx Houston, and Dow Chemical Company. Nina can uniquely tailor her message to keep audiences engaged. Invite Nina to inspire the audience at your next event!
Sample speaking topics include:
"Nina is a dynamic, inspiring speaker, and we were excited to have her present her message of diversity. She was both entertaining and thought provoking. Any event would be lucky to have her speak and our audience was delighted by her message of corporate inclusiveness and success."
—Javier/Kara/Tim, Co-Presidents, TED Conference in Houston
"Nina was engaging and honest—she spoke to us with poise, clarity, and a keen sense of humor. Her stories made us laugh and gasp at the same time. Hearing about the tremendous challenges she had to face, and the dynamic personalities she had to manage, resonated with all of us."
—Arathi Subramanian, President, Wharton Women in Business
"Nina provided us with genuine and honest insights. The sincerity of her words strengthened our hope in the fact that we can remain true to ourselves."
—Angelique Henderson, Director, Harvard University
"Nina's experiences and words of wisdom were delivered with great style. I trust that we will see her back at the World Affairs Council."
—Jim Falk, President, World Affairs Council DFW
"Nina's transparency—about her experiences as an immigrant's daughter, her journey from Texas to Wall Street and back—made her talk on mindfulness very accessible to our diverse audience. We will work with her again!"
—Meriam Good, Director, Mind Science Foundation
"Nina's involvement was critical to the success of the Powerful Women Paving the Way Conference. She exemplifies the type of professional we hope to see our students become. We hope that this is just the beginning of an ongoing relationship with Penn State."
—James B. Thomas, Dean of College of Business, Penn State