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Across the nation and around the world, Faith Pincus moves audiences to think, act and achieve with keynote and custom-topic speeches.

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When success hangs in the balance, your ability to motivate and persuade -- every time -- is what separates leaders from the pack. Let Faith make you a better speaker.

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Faith's background in law, politics and classic rhetorical techniques makes her the ideal strategic advisor when messaging is on the line.

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About Faith Pincus

Faith-Pincus-speaker-and-coachFaith Pincus is an accomplished and experienced speaker who will boost your self-confidence and give you the tools you need to succeed at public speaking.

Faith has trained CEOs, attorneys, elected and appointed officials, candidates, and management at non-profit associations for more than two decades. As a licensed attorney and former Federal Law Clerk she is also uniquely positioned to understand the speaking skills required of attorneys.

Faith has an innate ability to see what works in the public speaking context. She has an unbridled passion for public speaking and for helping people become better communicators.

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… You quickly helped attorneys break old habits and transform their presentations, while boosting their confidence in their public speaking skills.

Anthony Grumbach, Director of Professional Development, Farella Braun + Martel

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