This episode of the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast features Carma’s interview with Sonia Pressman-Fuentes, who has been speaking on women’s rights for more than 40 years. She’s the co-founder of the National Organization for Women and Federally Employed Women. She is the author of the memoir Eat First, You Don’t Know What They’ll Give You: The Adventures of an Immigrant Family and Their Feminist Daughter.
Length: 8 minutes, 2 seconds
Sonia Pressman-Fuentes believes in having something unique to say. Given that she participated in the founding of the second wave of the women’s movement, she has a unique perspective on that part of U.S. history. In this episode, she shares her perspective on being unique and giving your audience something of value.
Sonia Pressman-Fuentes’s Big Tip: Uncomfortable with giving advice, Sonia suggests, “Get as much experience as you can.”
About the Public Speaking Super Powers Podcast Series
Carma Spence, the author of Public Speaking Super Powers, interviewed 80+ speakers as research for the book. This podcast shares those interviews so you can hear what the Featured Speakers said in their own words. This series will run twice a week, on Mondays and Wednesdays, until all interviews are posted.