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Valda Boyd Ford, an accidental humorist and self-proclaimed “daughter of the South, brings a homespun, down to earth informality to her presentations, and uses a combination of self-effacement and “Can we talk?” attitude that swings from virtual stand-up comedy to lump-in-the-throat poignancy. From describing her first experience with a public toilet in a West African refugee camp to explaining how to defuse rage and resentment when the arrogance of professionals contributed to the death of her son, she mesmerizes her audiences.
What People Are Saying About Valda …
She captivated and involved us, while adding a humorous delivery to her very thought-provoking perspectives.
Jeff Joseph, CTP, Frito Lay
Ms. Ford is an excellent communicator. She has humor, commitment and exceptional skills to provide presentations to different audiences.
Adi M. Pour, Ph. D., Director, Douglas County (Nebraska) Health Department