Throughout Loretta’s career, she has made presentations and speeches to a wide range of audiences. Among those are: non-government organizations, women’s service organizations, small business professional organizations, international, and government agencies. Topics include public policy, economic development, leadership, and women entrepreneurship. When Loretta was the Deputy Director of the Women’s Bureau at the U.S. Department of Labor, The Women’s Center in Vienna, Virginia awarded Loretta their 2002 Leadership Award.
Today, Loretta finds herself speaking about her book “Piece of Soul through the Heart…a Soul’s Journey” to listening audiences throughout the country. She has been interviewed over 20 times where she tells her story about meeting someone from her past. She tells listeners that often something is right in front of us but we are not “tuned in” to recognize the power of a chance meeting. Whenever Loretta is interviewed, the interviewer always wants her to “tell me more” and she does. Her story is unlike any other story.
Loretta loves sharing her story and the road she followed to rise to the top of her career – especially, with groups and organizations that are not looking for text book speeches.