Women Of Global Change
Shellie Hunt is Founder and CEO of Women Of Global Change, Success is by Design LLC, ReMake MY Life LLC, and other multiple companies. A Global Entrepreneur, Business Strategist, International Speaker, and author of the “Success is by Design” Series, and TV executive producer. She is recipient of 2013 Humanitarian Award in Congress. As the First Lady of Entrepreneurs, she has served well over tens of thousands of women and children worldwide in communities and outreach programs. Shellie served on the national board of NWPC, and hosted the 2014 EMMA Awards.
Shellie has shared the stage with some of the top human potential and business speakers in the world and served as a lead mentor in the Billionaire Adventure Club. She has also appeared on national talk and radio shows with audiences in the millions and has been mentioned in Forbes.com. Her other appearances are numerous and include CBS, ABC, USA Today, CBS MoneyWatch, Beyond the Dow, HLN and many others.
Shellie has been described in the international press as “One of the best orators and coaches of human potential available for public speaking and a master of business structure and multiple sources of income.” Her speaking skills and courses cover the full spectrum. She has focused her life’s work in the realm of human potential and business success. Shellie has presented to and coached well over ten thousand individuals from all walks of life. These include CEO’s, business owners, inventors, authors, managers, Supreme Court judge, blue-collar industries, teen trainings, as well as the general public.
For over 25 years, Shellie Hunt has specialized in personal improvement and corporate leadership trainings. She has worked with major corporations to include Time Warner, M3, The Young Entrepreneurs Society, VH1, Pacific Electric, and Kimberly Clark to name a few. In 2014, the special honor of knighthood was bestowed upon Dame Shellie Ann Hunt by the Order of the Orthodox Knights Hospitallers of St. John, now known as The Order of St. John Russian Grand Priory, is the oldest historical charitable order, which started the world’s first hospitals to serve humanity, regardless of caste, creed or ability to pay.
Shellie is a proud member of the Alliance of Women and Media, which promotes positive progress and change for women and sits as a judge for the last five years for nationally televised Gracie awards. She is also on the advisory board for the California Women’s Conference.
Linda is immediate Past President of the National Women’s Political Caucus, a multi-partisan organization established in 1971 to recruit, train, and help elect qualified women to public office; she led the NWPC since 2011. She is proud to have recruited new partnerships with other national sister organizations, and has overseen the establishment of the hope for the future of Caucus, the NWPC Foundation, a separate 501c3. She served on the White House Presidential Personnel Committee for President Obama during his terms, which had bi-monthly meetings to review and present qualified women for appointments and executive positions; also served on the national ERA Coalition, and HERvotes, a 52-organization coalition representing Health and Economic Rights for women.
Linda Young’s professional life is marked by leadership positions within the higher education community and state government, with career focus on resource development, workforce collaboratives, governmental affairs, and public policy, serving in upper administration in two college systems for a total of more than three decades. Within her work for one of the college systems, she created a program to foster nonprofit and community based organizations, the very first of its kind to be based within a community college system. That program grew to its current efforts as a network base of more than 5500 nonprofit organizations in Texas, and continues to provide instruction for nonprofit staff and boards. She worked in Texas state government, including serving in the Texas Attorney General’s Office, then headed up a new state agency, serving as Executive Director/CEO for five years. She has been a speaker at national and international conferences, including one where she was the only woman presenter at the conference (and one of only two American presenters) held in London in British Parliament. Her passion has always been to support women in public and professional life, to mentor and encourage others to advocate for individual rights for all people.
Linda has received numerous awards and served on many local, state and national organization boards. She serves on the local board of the American Association of University Women, served as president of a small suburban school district Foundation, where she received their first $1M gift for the foundation, has served on the boards of numerous nonprofit boards of service and philanthropic organizations.
Young currently serves as President/CEO of Catalysts for Innovation, L3C, a hub partner with corporate, government, higher education, and nonprofit organizations in a sustainable public private partnership model. The unique Catalysts for Innovation (C4i) model provides quality services with a commitment to reigniting local economies, growing jobs, and incubating and enabling a competitive workforce. The C4i model includes education partnerships with P-Tech/ P-16, a focus on STEM training and careers, and hands on experience and/or Virtual Reality experience for students entering college from high school, for returning Veterans, and for adults seeking retraining, bringing together successful teams and collaboratives to address regional solutions.
Youth Initiative Director
Women Of Global Change
Cheyenne Majer is an International Speaker, Model, Internet Personality, and Author. She has spoken in front of groups from 25 to the Capitol One Bowl, with a crowd of over 40,000. She has also spoken at the California Women’s Conference on teen entrepreneurship. She is a teen representative for the empowerment of young girls and a strong supporter of youth entrepreneurs. She has co-authored two children’s books, Animals are Human To and To Think is To Create.
Cheyenne stands as a member of CEO Space, one of the largest entrepreneur institutes in the world. She is also a member of the Women of Global Change, an international women’s summit for the betterment of humanity. She has recently filmed in a major motion picture titled, Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold promoting teen self-esteem.
Cheyenne is a red carpet hostess for W TV where she conducts interviews with celebrities and connects the fans to Hollywood. She has been featured on multiple episodes of the EZ show, and on the RMC network. Having been raised in the industry of motivation and personal development, she has learned from and understudied Bernie Dohrmann, Bob Proctor, Shellie Hunt, Les Brown, Michael Drew, and many more of the industries finest. She donates her time to Camp Choice, a camp for the support of high-risk youth, and also has worked with the San Francisco police dept.
She is an active member of the Alliance of Women in Media, and stands as a member of the Teen Advisory Board for the California Women’s Conference.
Frank Shankwitz, along with his wife Kitty and several others, founded the Make-A-Wish Foundation in 1980, with Shankwitz being the first President/CEO. Thirty-four years later, in 2014, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has grown to 64 chapters in the United States, 36 International chapters, covering 5 continents, and has granted over 300,000 wishes worldwide, with a wish being granted somewhere in the world on an average of every 38 minutes. Shankwitz continues to work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation as a Wish Ambassador and key-note speaker at fund-raising event for chapters throughout the United States, as well as a former board member of the Arizona chapter. Shankwitz and his wife Kitty are still volunteers and wish-granters for the foundation.
In 2004, Shankwitz received The President’s Call To Service Award from President George W. Bush for service and civic participation, and recognition and appreciation for commitment to strengthen our Nation and for making a difference through volunteer service.
In 2010, Shankwitz received the Tempe, Arizona Sister Cities “Making A World of Difference” award.
In 2010, Shankwitz was featured in Brad Meltzer’s book, “Heroes For My Son”, identified as one of the 52 people who have made a difference in the world.
Shankwitz has been featured in USA Weekend Magazine, The Huffington Post, and other publications.
In 2013, Shankwitz co-authored with Rachelle Sparks the book, “Once Upon A Wish” ISBN 9781937856120, published by BenBella Books, Inc. Shankwitz has been featured in Greg Reid’s, “Universal Wish” and Lisa Heidinger’s, “Wishes In Flight”.
In 2017, BBC Outlook Weekend interviewed Shankwitz about surviving his own challenging childhood, developing his philosophy of giving back, his brush with death, and his work, mentioning the film about his life that was released in 2019, Wish Man.
Scot is a nationally known authority on business behavior, human programming, family and marriage, parenting and finding purpose. What sets Scot apart is his “no-nonsense” straight talk delivery that focuses on achieving results. National media outlets have deemed him “Dr. Phil Meets Pearl Jam,” in recognition of his strategies that provide solutions for emotionally-charged business and family environments.
- 2-time national and international best-selling author for business-related books: “Power Principles for Success,” and “It’s Not Them, It’s You” – Rated #1 Business Book in Australia
- Trusted TV & radio expert: USA Today, Fox News, ABC, NBC, Wall Street Journal & CBS
- Featured in Forbes magazine
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- Awarded the Golden Quill Award (equivalent of an Emmy Award for writing)
- Syndicated radio show host for USA Radio Network
- State of Georgia Selection as the 2014 Designated Behavior Coach & Consultant for state employees and ExpressJet Airlines
- Audiences benefit from his 40,000+ hours of behavioral work with executives, students, parents and couples
Scot Ferrell creates captivating speeches and bestselling books which clearly reveal how to start the solutions you need in your life or business to achieve the results you want, regardless of how dire or desperate your situation. Scot is the founder of a private consulting and training company that teaches clients business, team/family cohesion and success strategies.
- Named “America’s Behavior Expert” by America’s Premiere Experts
- Online instructor for BigUAcademy.com – an honorary online learning and mentoring platform https://biguacademy.com/en/m2m_store/authors/25/scot_ferrell/
- Television show host
- Who’s Who of Teaching
- Autism Society Service Award
- Board Member, Women of Global Change, www.WomenofGlobalChange.com
- Former Board Member, Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Former award-winning high school basketball and golf coach
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Crystal White is the CEO, Co-Founder, C&D Event Productions, LLC. Crystal is a
Mentor and Advocate for diversity, gender equality, women and girl’s social,
economic and political empowerment. She is dedicated to the struggle of helping
young girls and women have a voice in society and a seat at the table in order
achieve their full potential. Crystal leads the Dress for Success Southern Nevada
Mentorship Program with a mission to empower women to achieve economic
independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the
development tools to thrive in work and in life.
Prior to retiring and starting her own event planning business, Crystal worked at
the Boeing Company mentoring and assisting small, diverse, women-owned, veteran
and economically disadvantaged businesses to position themselves to better
compete in a global economy.
Crystal served as Vice President-U.S. for the Almas Jiwani Foundation aiming to
empower girls and women in the global fight to end poverty; Board of Directors for
Astra Women’s Business Alliance, a regional affiliate of Women’s Business Economic
Development (WBENC); Award Committee Chairperson for NW Mountain Minority
Supplier Development Council, affiliate of NMSDC. She also served as a volunteer
with Junior Achievement volunteer for 5 years as a classroom teacher and mentor to
inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy.
Crystal holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Certified Professional in Supplier
Diversity; Certified Professional in Supply Management, Event Planning
Management, Hospitality/Tourism Management Certification.