For over two decades, Michelle Majors has spoken to a wide spectrum of audiences regarding women and girls life and leadership development.

Michelle’s mission is to use her life experiences to help women and girls uncover the stories that keep them disempowered and afraid to truly live and take risks. Michelle is available to present in a variety of formats, including keynotes, workshops, and webinars. She can customize her message and workshops to meet the needs of your audience.

Key Topics and Descriptions:

Title: Finding Yourself in the Land of Oz

Audience: Teens and women

Overview: Using the Motown Motion Picture, “The Wiz”, as the backdrop, Michelle will illustrate major life struggles and challenges that everyone woman and girl will face as she seeks to be at “home” with herself.

Title: The I.D.E.A.L. Method of Leadership

Audience: Teens and women

Overview: After decades of coaching, mentoring and counseling girls, teens and women, Michelle will walk you through five key concepts that provide the “IDEAL” foundation to discover and become the leader you were meant to be in every aspect of your life.


Audience: Girls, teens and women

Overview: This discussion invites girls, teens and women to wake up to the truth of who they really are and realize they deserve to be cherished, adored and respected.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Tedx Presenter
  • Radio Show Host, Wakeup Girl Radio
  • Featured Radio Guest Expert
  • Guest College Lecturer
  • Published Author

Conference Presentations & Publications

Me? A Leader? An Exploration of African American Girls and Their Perceptions of Leadership. Talk presented at the 2015 Doctoral Leadership Symposium, Seattle University, Seattle, WA.

Wake Up Girl: Discovering Greatness Within. Talk presented at Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Women’s Expo, Tacoma, WA.

A Women's Leadership Journey in the Land of Oz. Talk presented at TedX SeattleU, Seattle, WA.

A Promise for a New Future: Educating Girls in Africa. Talk presented at Seattle University Global Justice Research Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA.