In a world where accelerated change is the only certainty, discomfort is your calling card to PIONEER.
Every individual has an opportunity to break barriers and redefine what is possible, and Triple Emmy-Winning Journalist and Bestselling Author Gaby Natale is on a mission to awaken the PIONEER spirit in each of us, no matter your gender, race, religion, or upbringing.
Whether you are a leader of a company, team, family or simply powering through an ever-more complicated world, this is your time to PIONEER. Now is your time to leverage the tools described in Gaby Natale’s Bestselling Book The Virtuous Circle, where she outlines her proprietary change framework, and teaches audiences to identify, embrace and develop the talents and capabilities that define their uniqueness, in order to propel themselves forward into a field of expanding possibilities.
Gaby’s message couldn’t be timelier. As someone who has consistently proven herself in many situations where she was considered “the first like her,” she invites participants to embrace what makes them one of a kind and use their own flavor of uniqueness to break barriers and take the first step on their journey to redefine what is possible. These concepts are particularly powerful in a corporate setting where executives and their employees can turn discomfort into a powerful wake-up call for transformational leadership and exponential personal growth.
Gaby has been featured in Forbes, CNN, Buzzfeed, NBC News, Univision and Latino Leaders magazine. In 2018, People magazine named her one of the “25 Most Powerful Latinas,” highlighting the inspirational story of how she went from a local TV show that started out of a carpet warehouse to becoming the only Latina in US history to win triple back-to-back Daytime EMMYs. In the digital world, she has a thriving fan base with over 52 million views on YouTube and 250K+ followers on social media. Gaby has spoken for JPMorgan Chase Global Leadership Day, Estee Lauder Companies, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Century 21, Dell, Meta, PepsiCo, P&G and the United Nations, among others.