Exceptional American rhetoric didn't stop with MLK and JFK. Mensans have important ideas that should be shared with the broadest possible audience. - author Dallas Jessup
San Diego, California (PRWEB) July 01, 2016
Author Dallas Jessup, a leading American communications scholar and content marketing expert, is scheduled to address Mensa’s national conference on July 1st in San Diego, California.
Jessup reports her lecture will tear aside American culture’s surface layer of Kardashianism to expose an evolving and rich culture of powerful contemporary rhetoric. She will spotlight disruptors who use influencer communication strategies and public speaking to drive amazing social, business, and technological change.
Her Mensa Annual Gathering audience, all with the Mensa membership required top 2% IQs, will learn:
- How global online platforms empower innovators and disruptors to share big ideas for massive results; and
- Exactly how to elevate and use their own communication skills for awesome impact and influence.
An award-winning speaker herself, Dallas Jessup spotlights the communication tactics of high-impact Smartmouths from Steve Jobs to President Barrack Obama to give Mensans tools they can use to spread their own world-changing ideas. Audience members will also learn Dallas’ framework to analyze and judge for themselves the efficacy of today’s powerful speeches and spoken words.
“Exceptional American rhetoric didn’t stop with JFK and MLK,” said Jessup. “Mensans have important ideas that should be shared with the broadest possible audience. I’m hopeful to give them communication tools and skills tips to enable their outreach.”
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About Dallas Jessup: Communications scholar Dallas Jessup works among Silicon Valley and San Francisco’s geek elite at BrightTALK as a content marketing expert. Her first book an Amazon bestseller, she’s soon to complete her second book: Smartmouths (Sutton Hart 2016). A viral marketing pioneer, as a young filmmaker she founded a nonprofit that grew into 66 countries while still at Vanderbilt University. Dallas has been a guest on CNN, Good Morning America, Today Show and featured in the pages of New York Times, USA Today, People and other media outlets.
About Mensa: Mensa is an international society with the membership qualification standardized testing results in the population’s top 2%. The nonprofit’s purpose is to conduct research in psychology and social science, identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity and serve as a means for stimulating intellectual and social contacts among its membership.