President, Progressive Techniques, Inc.
Nancy J. Lewis is a leading motivational/inspirational keynote speaker, trainer, author, and registered corporate coach. She is the president of Progressive Techniques, Inc. based in Fayetteville, Georgia where the theme of her organization is “Developing a Better YOU!” She earned a M.S. degree from Georgia State University in Urban and Public Affairs with concentration in Human Resources. Nancy has worked as an adjunct faculty instructor at Georgia State University where she taught an undergraduate Human Resources course. She has been speaking and conducting training for 30 years. Nancy is a former Dale Carnegie instructor. Our mission is to transform organizations by helping people achieve their full potential and walk in their destiny. Nancy conducts dynamic keynotes and seminars on diversity and inclusion, leadership, unconscious bias, human resources and personal development. She delivers customized, energizing, interactive, and content-rich presentations that provide strategies for everyday living. Nancy is a business coach and works with executives and managers to help them transform and enhance their careers. Nancy is certified in Cultural Intelligence and Unconscious Bias with the Cultural Intelligence Center. Nancy is also certified in Emotional Intelligence.
Nancy is featured in the 2019 edition of Who’s Who in Black Atlanta, “The Ultimate Networking Guide.” Nancy is certified as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE). Nancy is the host of the television show, Conversations with Nancy J. on WATC-TOO where she talks with business professionals about life, career and business and highlights ordinary people doing EXTRAordinary things.
Nancy is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). She is active in many community and civic organizations in the metropolitan Atlanta area. Nancy is the co-founder of Transforming Women Entrepreneurs (TWE), a forum for entrepreneurs and professional business women which has evolved with a yearly annual conference every March.