Curriculum > Speakers

Mel Robbins

Keynote Speaker

Mel Robbins is an inspirational force dedicated to helping people and organizations reach their highest potential. Mel is best known for creating “The 5 Second Rule” and delivering one of the most popular TEDxTalks in the world - “How To Stop Screwing Yourself Over.” She is a powerful keynote speaker that gets off the stage and into your audience; creating motivational experiences with unforgettable engagement, surprising research, vivid imagery, videos and music. Her provocative and compelling views on leadership, risk and human potential have earned her international attention and invitations to train and empower executive teams at some of the world’s leading brands: The PGA Tour, Price Waterhouse Coopers, CISCO Systems, Johnson&Johnson, United Technologies, Chase, and Lincoln Financial.

When she's not on stage, she's on television talking about the biggest stories of our time. She's an award-winning On-Air Commentator for CNN and drives millions of pages views for - where she's one of their most popular opinion writers. In 2014, the Gracie Awards named her America's Outstanding Talk Show Host. She's hosted shows for A&E, FOX and Cox Media; and has appeared in every major show and publication you can name from Good Morning America to Dr. Phil, the New York Times to SUCCESS Magazine, where she served as a Contributing Editor.

Mel is a Dartmouth College and Boston College Law School graduate and a serial entrepreneur that's on a mission to help us all thrive at work and in life. She and her husband of twenty years have three young kids and live outside of Boston.

DR. Alan Beaulieu

Guest Speaker

One of the countrys most informed economists, Dr. Alan Beaulieu is a principal of the ITR Economics where he serves as President. Since 1990, he has been consulting with companies throughout the US, Europe, and Asia on how to forecast, plan, and increase their profits based on business cycle trend analysis. Alan is also the Senior Economic Advisor to NAW, Contributing Editor for Industry Week, and the Chief Economist for HARDI.

Alan is co-author, along with his brother Brian, of the book MAKE YOUR MOVE, and has written numerous articles on economic analysis. He makes up to 150 appearances each year, and his keynotes and seminars have helped thousands of business owners and executives capitalize on emerging trends. Prior to joining ITR Economics, Alan was a principal in a steel fabrication company and also in a software development company.