Donna Clark Love is a highly sought out keynote speaker and workshop presenter for numerous conferences, conventions, seminars, institutes and retreats. Donna, battle-tested, has worked in the trenches helping to transform educational settings, as well as the sometimes hostile global marketplace. After 30 years in the field, and thousands of engagements, Donna has become an innovative expert speaker/trainer and consultant. Donna captivates her audiences by integrating brain-based strategies in her presentations to create powerful, dynamic, spirited, humorous, and interactive sessions. She is a bold visionary who possesses remarkable insight that always seems to place her lightyears ahead of the curve. After first learning your school or company’s objectives and needs, Donna can create a custom-tailored speech, workshop or training program just for you!

In October 2003, she was a keynote presenter for the National Department of Education Conference in Washington, DC.  She recently was the keynote speaker for the National Student Assistance Program Conference, the Texas Social Workers Conference, and the Texas and the National Homeless Education Conference. Donna also presented the keynote presentation on Girl Bullying/Relational Aggression to the Georgia State Educators – Counselors Summit. For the last ten years, she has been a featured presenter for the Tri-County Institute in Centralia, Illinois that serves educators, students and the families of Clinton, Jefferson, Marion and Washington Counties– home to 45 public school districts and thirteen private schools. For the last five years, Donna has been asked to present at the CFISD Rigor, Relevance and Relationships (RRR) Administrative and Teacher Conferences that serves approximately 1,300 administrators and 1,200 teachers from 90 Texas school districts.

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