“I’ve had the privilege of being one of Joan’s panelists at several events and I continue to say ‘yes’ to her because she’s one of the best moderators I’ve worked with. She’s always over-prepared, asks tough, thoughtful questions and evokes a vibrant discussion that the audience enjoys. I’ve even told her she’s the next Oprah! I’m delighted to be supporting her new radio show.”

Celinda Lake, President Lake Research Partners


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