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Joan Lunden has been a trusted voice in American homes and truly exemplifies today’s modern working woman, and shares her passion of creating a healthy lifestyle for a better tomorrow with audiences.
Joan Lunden is an award-winning television journalist, New York Times best-selling author, breast cancer survivor and advocate, and highly sought-after motivational and keynote speaker. She is one of America’s most recognized and trusted television personalities, and one of the most visible women in the country. In her refreshingly straightforward style, Joan shares the candid advice that has motivated her throughout her career, led her down her path to success, got her through her recent battle with breast cancer, as well as what she learned along the way. Joan inspires audiences to take charge of their health, their happiness and their success. In her latest book, Had I Known: A Memoir of Survival (September 2015), Joan speaks candidly about her battle against breast cancer, her quest to learn about it and teach others, and the transformative effect it has had on her life.
Joan Lunden as Moderator & Event Host
Joan Lunden is no stranger to the spontaneity of a live appearance. As the longest-running host of Good Morning America, Joan has over 30 years of expertise as a journalist, host, and interviewer. Lunden leads panels on a wide variety of topics, including the role of women in media, health & wellness, breast cancer & genetics, boomers, caregiving, and success & empowerment.
Lunden is a seasoned veteran and is known for making panelists feel comfortable with her warmth and her natural way of guiding a discussion. If you have a client looking for an experienced moderator for their next event, Lunden has an unparalleled ability to bring her own insight to a panel discussion, while skillfully navigating the personalities of many experts on one stage.
Secrets of a Successful Woman: Risk, Passion, Humor, and Perseverance
Joan Lunden helped pave the way for working women in America. She broke into a male-dominated industry to become the longest-running female host of early morning television.
Lunden shares valuable advice for success and inspiration for professional women, while also entertaining audiences with stories from her career that give attendees a candid behind-the-scenes look at some of the unbelievable realities women in the workplace experienced. In an industry well-known for being a “battle of the sexes,” Lunden shares how she navigated it all with optimism, determination, and of course, her witty sense of humor.
If you have a client looking for an influential woman to speak at their next event, Lunden has a unique perspective on how far women have come today and leaves audiences laughing, applauding, and inspired by her “just say yes” attitude.
The Ten Best Secrets to Success
How To Be the CEO of Your Own Health
Had I Known: My Breast Cancer Journey
I would like you to know that Joan Lunden inspired one of the attendees at our Oncology Symposium to get her long overdue mammogram... lo and behold it was positive. She was an early stage but still need surgery [and treatment]. She is absolutely convinced that if she did not attend this symposium, she would not have gotten this exam... and who knows when she would have followed through. Joan makes a difference.Dori Holnagel, Executive Administrative Director - Hoag Family Cancer Institute
I wanted to tell you how WONDERFUL Joan's speech was yesterday! I am continuing to hear rave reviews from throughout our community, from healthcare professionals, cancer survivors, those currently in treatment and interested community members. She completely exceeded my expectations. I particularly enjoyed hearing about her 10 principles for happiness and all of the stories about her career trajectory as well as tips for working moms and work/life balance - very motivating for me as a working mom with a 5 and 7 year old. There were actually more men there than we expected and they thoroughly enjoyed it as much as the women!Betty Ann Levin, Executive Director of Jewish Family Service of Tidewater, Inc.
Joan was wonderful! I have been inundated with emails and phone calls since yesterday. Everyone is giving me positive feedback - Joan was engaging, funny, heartfelt, approachable, and so very nice! The entire day was a huge success.Sandy Carapezza, Valley Hospital Foundation
Numerous ladies have shared their enthusiasm and gratefulness for Joan’s incredibly meaningful and inspiring visit, along with her dispensing excellent advice! Our mammogram center has been flooded with phone calls! We all thank you for coming to Richmond and assisting us with raising important research funds while providing education - the BEST of both passions we all share! So very glad we met!Becky Massey, VCU Massey Cancer Center, Virginia
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