Marsh Engle & Anne C. Graham

Entrepreneurial women author Marsh Engle and profit & growth expert #1 best-selling author Anne C. Graham


About Marsh Engle

Marsh EngleMarsh Engle is best known as a highly inspired motivational speaker and mentor to entrepreneurial women worldwide. She is also a respected marketing advisor to small business leaders and start-ups. Marsh is a multi-published author of three books and creates campaigns to generate worldwide impact. The award-winning AMAZING WOMAN’S DAY and THE ONE MILLION CALLED initiatives have served to launch global movements inspiring millions to live their highest callings, achieve their dreams and live their entrepreneurial destiny. Marsh Engle is CEO of The Marsh Engle Media, a diversified media, career development, publishing and merchandising company devoted to engaging audiences with creative lifestyle content, educational programs and published products. She’s been awarded a United States Congressional Proclamation for the establishment of AMAZING WOMAN’S DAY, a global movement igniting a NEW WAVE of leadership among women; is a multi-published author; and founder of THE ONE MILLION CALLED, an initiative to move women to build brands and business positioned to benefit millions. Named WHO’S WHO IN AMERICA WOMEN, her groundbreaking programs, special events and speaking engagements have been instrumental in launching the success leadership of thousands worldwide.

About Anne C. Graham

Anne C. GrahamAnne C. Graham has been driving profit and growth in a wide variety of organizations for over 30 years, using customer-focused approaches instead of conventional accounting jiggery. She’s rolled up her sleeves to deliver results as an individual contributor, as a senior executive, and as a successful author, speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur. In addition to being a profit and growth expert, she is a #1 Best-Selling Author, and received Speaker of the Year. She transforms the lives of business leaders by helping them double their profits in less than a year, in less time per week than they’re spending on email per day.


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