Ann Fry is a beacon for change. An advocate for people having amazing lives, she’s also committed to happiness and fulfillment. Unconventional, frank, warm and funny, she challenges people to go beyond their limits.
Ann combines more than thirty years of experience as a psychotherapist, health care administrator, college professor, executive coach, author, facilitator, consultant, speaker and MOM to relate to audiences of all kinds – from board room executives, wanting to reinvent their culture to everyday people looking to reinvent their lives.
A pioneer and transformational agent, Ann helps people to continually reinvent themselves, and to find passion and purpose. She is committed to creating a world where people make a difference for others as a way of life.
More recent reinventions include selling everything at age 60 and moving from TX to NYC for a new adventure AND then, unexpectedly, dealing with breast cancer … on her own, in the Big Apple. In 2015, Ann returned to Austin to be closer to her son and to escape the brutal winters in NYC. She travels from Austin.
- choose those that apply for you, from the following:
- Business & Management
- Motivation & Performance
- Health & Wellness
- The ReGeneration Process: How To Be a Catalyst for Change
- The 7 Competencies of Contemporary Male Leaders
- 7 ½ Steps to Transcend the Status Quo – ReInvention & Resiliency
- Adventuring Through Cancer and Thriving After
- How To Be An Outrageous Woman at Any Age, Stage or Circumstance
$3500 - $5000 + travel
- – Tim Warneke, Senior Director Clinical Operations at BioDelivery Sciences International Inc
“WOW! That's what people were saying after Ann totally blew away our study coordinators at a meeting we held to breathe life into a listless project. From the minute she entered the room she grabbed people, got them off their chairs and engaged in the session. She used humor, anecdotes and role playing to some of the best effect I've ever witnessed. She turned many of these people that day from workers grudgingly approaching the difficult project ahead into people who were ready to seize the opportunity to make a difference in the success of our study. I'll never forget that meeting and I'll never forget Ann Fry. If you want a person who will make a positive impact with her presence, it's Ann Fry”
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