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  • "Hi, I'm Robert York, Director of the Southern California Credit Alliance. I'd like to say a few words about why you should choose Eileen McDargh to speak at your next event. Eileen's presentation was full of energy and enthusiasm and she is incredibly entertaining. Eileen's message about resiliency includes touching personal stories and valuable take-aways that will resonate with anyone in your audience no matter level... CEO, to a teller to just plain work or family member or friend. We hired Eileen as the closing keynote speaker 2016 SCCUA Conference & Golf Event. We were very pleased with Eileen and couldn't have chosen a better person to close our event. Eileen delivers a huge value... a huge bang for your buck and I would recommend her to any organization looking to add enthusiasm, energy, entertainment and passion to their next meeting."
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As a Resiliency Motivational SpeakerEileen loves working with all groups. She has found great synergy with health care audiences and long term care (from personal experience), educators ( As an award-winning educator, she went from teaching kids to grown-ups—who are still like kids), and women’s leadership groups(because she is one!).