Bonnie St. John is a celebrated keynote speaker and leadership consultant for over five hundred different companies, non-profits, and organizations. Despite having her right leg amputated at age five, she became the first African-American ever to win Olympic or Paralympic medals in ski racing, taking home a silver and two bronze medals in downhill events at the 1984 Paralympics.
Bonnie graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University and earned a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford. After returning to the US, she was appointed by President Bill Clinton as a Director for Human Capital Policy on the White House National Economic Council. NBC Nightly News calls Bonnie “One of the five most inspiring women in America.”
She is the bestselling author of multiple books, including How Great Women Lead
, co-authored with her teenage daughter, Darcy, and Micro-Resilience
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