Rebecca was invited to speak at the Global CEO Summit held October 3-6th at Liberty University. This annual gathering of CEOs and global and American leaders brought together over 600 CEOs as well as dignitaries from America and various parts of Africa, including Chief to the UN for Ghana and former President of Ghana John Mahama. Together with American leaders they discussed various topics such as economic impact of the US on the global economy, doing business in America, using your influence for good, giving back to underserved communities, women in business (fastest growing demographic in America), hiring talent in the post-pandemic era, leading in today’s culture with resolve and faith, and many other topics important to business leaders and CEOs.
Speaking on four different panels, Rebecca shared her impact story and business journey related to Leading with Courage, Starting and Growing a Business, Women Empowerment, Rising Above the Status Quo, and other topics. She also spoke to a class of young minds at the Business School - over 100 enrolled students all focused on securing their education in various aspects of business, marketing, and HR. Among fellow speakers and panelists Rebecca served with at the event were
Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann, who led the panel on Courage
Carrie Sheffield, Fox News & White House Correspondent
Michelle Robinson, CEO/Founder of Shine Like a B.O.S.S
Winsome Sears, the first black woman Lt Governor of Virginia
Lloyd D. Ward, the first Fortune 500 Black CEO and former CEO of US Olympic Committee and Frito Lay (now CEO of Ward Holdings)
Penny Nance, the President of Concerned Women for America
Stacy Schieffelin, Senior Advisor to the Center for American Worker at AFPI and HSN Star Entrepreneur (as well as former International Ford Model)
Many other amazing leaders and speakers who shared their impact stories, vision, and passion for business expansion and America
Pictures from the event can be found here.