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Becoming a Business Mover and Shaker With Special Guest Dr. Christine Overton

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Donna Lynn Price

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Christine Mercy Overton, D.D., PhD is a master networker.  She sees each person's value add and connects them with the right people at the right time for growing their business.  Many small business owners and service professionals participate in networking meetings but they fail to really know HOW to connect with others in a way that benefits their colleagues and their business.

About Christine Mercy Overton

British American Dr. Christine Overton, D.D., PhD. cousin of the late Diana, Princess of Wales, is a renowned keynote speaker and instructor who has given thousands of speeches on business development, effective mentorship and humanitarian outreach around the world. 

Over the last fifteen years, Dr. Overton has hosted thousands of radio shows and has appeared as a special guest on numerous radio shows in America, India and throughout Europe. A former UN Representative, Dr. Overton has given presentations at the United Nations in NY on the Humanitarian outreach in India and Japan. In her capacity as a Chamber of Commerce President/CEO, Dr. Overton has enjoyed a highly successful career in teaching executives effective speaking, powerful presentation and dynamic networking in addition to helping facilitate round table meetings with executives from USA and Canada.

Dr. Overton is the author of, “50 Things I’ve Learned From 50 Years Of Life” which is in the Library of Congress.  She has produced over 80 humanitarian films and Campbell County’s premier recruitment film, “Civic Pride.” She has received over 100 international awards and honors for business excellence, public speaking and humanitarian work, including four letters from US Congress, Rotary International Scroll of Honor for humanitarian outreach in India and the Girl Scouts award for "Woman of Distinction".