Solomon Set to Speak on Authentic Public Speaking at NAWBO Meeting

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Lou Solomon, owner of Interact Authentic Public Speaking is the September speaker for the Charlotte chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners

Lou Solomon, owner of Interact Authentic Public Speaking and a member of the National Speakers Association, is the September speaker for the Charlotte Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO). The lunch meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 2, at a location TBA at http://www.nawbocharlotte.org.

Solomon's passion is to help business people communicate with one another in a more authentic way. She is a broadcast veteran who established her career in Nashville, Tennessee as Public Relations Director for WSM-AM, Home of the Grand Ole Opry. Later Cox Broadcasting brought her to Charlotte, where she worked as Marketing Director of WSOC for several years.

Lou left broadcast in the 90s and became an independent PR consultant. In 2000, she founded Interact, where she and her staff work with individuals and teams to communicate in a natural and powerful way.

Lou writes a column for the Charlotte Business Journal entitled "Interacting in Business," and mentors business people who are interested in using public speaking not only as personal fulfillment but as a strategy for success.

Lou is the past president of Leadership Charlotte; a finalist for the 2006 Charlotte Business Woman of the Year; member of Women Executives (WE); member of the Entrepreneurial Leadership Circle (ELC) for the McColl School of Business; and a 2004 recipient of the Business Journal's Women in Business Achievement Awards.

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