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WHAT’S IT LIKE TO WORK WITH ELLEN?
"I was struggling at work putting convincing PowerPoint presentations together. So I started searching for a PowerPoint Coach and found Ellen. The results have been night and day! The idea was for me to share with her my presentation ideas, and from that we worked together to put a theme and story together. My Manager has already complimented me several times on the quality of my PowerPoint decks. For those of you looking to enhance or learn PowerPoint quickly and at your pace, I highly recommend you consider working with Ellen." -Mel Velez, Director, Procure to Pay, Citrix Systems, Inc.
Samuel Boothby PhD
"Ellen Finkelstein used Power Point slides to enhance a presentation on the most effective use of PowerPoint slides in making academic presentations: as such, she 'walked the talk,' beautifully illustrating her practical suggestions. These included tips on how the speaker can retain maximum audience attention while using slides and how the slides can increase retention of the material presented. She's a lively, confident speaker who freely shared her substantial experience."
Founder and VP, Enlightened Communications Int'l.
"Ellen's tips on how to give an effective sales presentation incorporating PowerPoint was very lucid and valuable for our women professionals monthly meeting. Ellen has clearly thought through the mechanics of selling and buying and offered practical advice which I know our members will be incorporating in their presentations."
Chris Jones PhD
Chair, Department of Education, M.U.M.
"Ellen Finkelstein presented to our faculty the latest, well-researched principles of teaching with Microsoft PowerPoint and other presentation software. Comments from numerous faculty indicated that her presentation was one of the two or three most useful presentations given. Several faculty said it changed entirely their approach to using presentation software in the classroom." -Chris Jones, PhD