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Jeanne Robertson, tall sense of humor, tall professional speaker


Jeanne Robertson, CPS, CPAE

  • Author
  • Hilarious Tall Speaker
  • Past President: National Speakers Association
  • Toastmaster' Golden Gavel Award Winner

 

Topics:
  • Humor:  The Magic of Genie
  • Mayberry Humor Across the USA
  • Don't Let the Funny Stuff Get Away
Jeanne Robertson specializes in using hilarious humor based on her life experiences.  Averaging over a hundred presentations annually to corporations and associations, she utilizes her positively funny style to illustrate how a sense of humor can be an integral part of one's strategy for success.

Other speakers might be a s witty as Jeanne Robertson. Some might even be as tall. (Barefooted with her hair "mashed" down, she's 6'2" in her size 11 stocking feet.)  But nowhere will you find a speaker so adept at turning personal experiences into humorous presentations that do more than elicit laughter.  This Miss Congeniality winner in the Miss America Pageant uses her down-home southern drawl to leave her audiences laughing ... and thinking about her message.

Jeanne's longevity as a successful humorous speaker and her recent success as an author has not gone unnoticed by her peers.  She has been awarded every top honor in her profession.  Jeanne became the first woman to receive the Cavett Award, the highest honor in professional speaking!

There's more ...

  • Graduate of Auburn University (without honors)
  • Miss North Carolina 'yearrrs' ago (Can still get in the gown,
    but can't breathe)
  • Miss Congeniality in the Miss American Pageant (Usually the one considered least likely to win.) 
  • Speaks two languages fluently:  English ... and Southern 
    (Has trouble with English)

The Meetin' Ain't Over
                     "Til The Tall Lady Speaks!
"

"Tired of snoozing through convention speeches? ... maybe your convention would rather hear Jeanne Robertson, a former Miss America contender, Joke about the perils of being six-feet-two."

The Wall Street Journal
   

"Her tall tales ease pressure."

USA Today
  

 
 

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