Keynote Speaker · Leadership Author · Podcast Host

Anne Doyle has been on the front lines of women's steady advancement for nearly five decades, working, learning and leading throughout the United States and six continents.

Her book, POWERING UP! How America’s Women Achievers Become Leaders, now in its 3rd edition, is a field guide for high-achieving women who hear the call to leadership.

Her POWER UP WOMEN! podcast is a cross-generational, cross-cultural conversation about women and power: what it looks like, why it's important and the fascinating ways women of all generations and cultures are claiming it -- individually and collectively.

Powering Up! Book

Powering Up!
How America's Women Achievers Become Leaders

Three unique generations of highly-educated, professionally seasoned, ambitious women have dramatically changed the global workforce and are ready and itching to lead. POWERING UP! will help you answer the call to leadership.

Power Up Women! The Podcast

Power Up Women! The Podcast

Anne Doyle in the Motor City Woman recording studio

POWER UP WOMEN! is a cross-generational conversation about leadership, power, gender, and justice hosted by Michigan Hall of Fame Journalist Anne Doyle. Now in its third season, POWER UP WOMEN! features thought leaders talking with Anne about current and cutting edge ideas, as well as their own leadership journeys. Once monthly, Anne also shares an episode with a global leader featured on the Game Changers podcast, which Anne also hosts, of the International Women's Forum. Subscribe to POWER UP WOMEN! wherever you get your podcasts, or listen here to the newest of over 100 episodes.

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October
18

Matilda Dodge Wilson & Meadowbrook Hall...The Rest of the Story

Matilda Dodge Wilson, one of the richest and most accomplished women in the world in the early 20th Century, is known more today for marrying her boss, one of the founders of the Dodge Motor Car Company, and building Meadowbrook Hall, now a National Historic Landmark that she donated, along with her 1,400 acre estate, to found Michigan's Oakland University.

But she was so much more than that. An immigrant who rose to incredible heights, Dodge-Wilson was a legendary philanthropist, a women's rights activist, named one of the most prominent woman in U.S. banking and the first woman to be named Lieutenant Governor of a state. Her story and incredible legacy are finally being told, thanks to the work of my guest, Madelyn Rzadkowolski, Director of Curatorial Services at Michigan's stunning Meadowbrook Hall.

"Anne is tireless in her pursuit to advance women. She uses her communications expertise to craft and deliver powerful messages about the importance of women's voices being heard and considered in decision-making, not only here in the U.S. but around the world."

Trisha Stein
Political Consultant

"Anne received the highest ratings and highest attendance of any speaker to date. She inspired and challenged students not just to map out a career path, but to aspire to leadership roles."

Mary Reisert
President, Indiana University
Public Relations Society of America

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