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Michelle Baker


Michelle, a former Director for the Disney Institute (DI) in both Orlando, Florida and Anaheim, California, retired from The Walt Disney Company in 2021 after a 24-year leadership career. While at DI she led the onstage Facilitators and Engagement Managers, collaborated with organizations across the world on leadership, culture, and service, and established a new internal workforce deployment model.   Prior to joining DI, she had the privilege of leading and mentoring strong leaders and dedicated cast members for Disney Cruise Line as the Shoreside Sr. Operations Manager. Her path eventually led her to a shipboard role as an Officer onboard [...]

Michelle Baker2022-08-13T09:45:45-07:00

Kurline Josephine Altes


Kurline Speaks - dynamic motivational speaker and storyteller & lifestyle coach known for her ability to speak to the hearts and minds of the people, provoking behavioral change and spiritual growth. She is an entrepreneur, author, faith girl and strongly believes that mental health is mental wealth. Kurline earned her undergraduate; a bachelor's degree in Social Sciences and a minor in Gerontology and Aging Services, from The University of Maryland Global Campus and is completing her graduate studies in Social Work. Kurline also completed her undergraduate in Biblical Studies from the International School of Ministry. Kurline Speaks have been featured on [...]

Kurline Josephine Altes2022-08-02T11:41:33-07:00

Kim Lamontagne, MBA


Kim is an International Speaker, Trainer, and Author. She is also a Teacher and State Trainer with National Alliance on Mental Illness and Visionary Author of "It's Ok to Not Be Ok". Kim works with organizational leaders to teach them how to create and sustain a mentally healthy workplace culture. Using her proprietary methodology in her leadership training, "The 4 Pillars of Creating and Sustaining a Mentally Healthy Workplace Culture," she teaches leaders how to build a culture of safety where employees feel safe enough to step forward and ask for help without fear of stigma, judgement, or retribution. As a [...]

Kim Lamontagne, MBA2022-08-02T11:42:32-07:00


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