Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor to be Featured Speaker at MSCA18

May 24, 2018

Adrianne Haslet survived the unimaginable bombings at the 2013 Boston Marathon, where she lost her left leg below the knee. She quickly learned to rise and meet her daily challenges head on with a unique perspective.  Using insights gleaned from her conditioning as an athlete, internationally ranked ballroom dancer, corporate executive, and Boston Marathon bombing triumphant survivor, Adrianne will show you how to gracefully give the middle finger to feeling powerless and offer you her unique process for confidently pivoting to face the future despite overwhelming and sometimes paralyzing forces. As the powerful woman who bravely stared down evil and courageously faced the man who tried to take her life and failed, Adrianne will show you how to be your own most courageous and powerful version of YOU—at work and in life.

Adrianne will also participate in the presentation of the 2018 MSCA Everyday Hero Award.  Be sure to nominate your “hero” today.

Register early for MSCA18 to hear Adrianne and other inspiring speakers, October 21 – 24 at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa.

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