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2024 Keynote Speakers

Monday Keynote

Tiffany Lanier

Own Your Shift: Turn Your Season of Change into a Season of Possibility

We are all experiencing unprecedented change in our lives, work and in the world. The compound effect of all this change is causing extreme burnout, overwhelm, anxiety, and fear of the unknown. But what if instead we lean into change and utilize these transitions as a vessel for what is possible?

Tiffany’s Keynote will challenge the audience to dig deep as they explore  personal, professional, and societal seasons of change. 

Attendees will walk away from Tiffany’s talk knowing how to:

  • Become resilient in times of transition 
  • Step boldly into the unknown with curiosity and confidence
  • Access the greatest technology of all–their Body and Brain to move past fear, burnout, and unlock their true potential in times of disruption
  • Use change to propel their lives, leadership and work forward. 

Tiffany will take the audience on a journey of re-discovery, helping them move through the blindspots of who they are and what they need in order to overcome the pitfalls of change, step into a place of possibility and move confidently into the next season of their life and work.

We know that change is inevitable, give your audience the gift of thriving no matter what!


    About Tiffany Lanier

    Tiffany Lanier is a leading voice in personal growth, well-being, and conscious leadership. As an Author, Keynote Speaker, and Entrepreneur she is on a mission to activate individual change for collective wellbeing and justice. She's the Author of "I Can't Wait To Vote", a campaign dedicated to civic engagement and getting children (and their parents) excited to Vote and use their Voice. She’s presented for top businesses, brands, universities and organizations including Capital One, United Way, U.S. Small Business Administration, and TEDx. You can learn more about Tiffany Lanier at

    Tuesday Keynote
    Ms Jen AlexanderMs. Jen Alexander

    Ms. Jen is a passionate about partnering with organizations in the movement to build trauma-sensitive schools. As an experienced educator, trauma expert, author, and trainer, she understands the unique needs of school counselors and will share her expertise with ISCA!

    About Ms. Jen
    As a licensed special education teacher, professional school counselor, trauma expert, author, and leader in the movement to build trauma-sensitive schools, Ms. Jen has more than 20 years of experience providing support to young people and the educators who serve them. In her current role as consultant and facilitator of professional development, Ms. Jen shows educators what works and why when it comes to building trauma-sensitive learning environments. Within minutes of interacting with her, educators know they are learning from someone who understands the real struggles of everyday teaching and learning—and believe that change benefiting educators, students, and entire school communities is possible. Ms. Jen holds degrees in psychology and special education teaching as well as a master’s degree in professional school counseling from the University of Northern Iowa. She is also a nationally certified counselor and registered school-based play therapist. When she’s not writing, Zooming, or traveling to work with educators, Jen enjoys reading, flower gardening, and swimming as well as spending time with loved ones, friends, and her cocker spaniel Macy.

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