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Libby Spears Educate Liberate Entertain
Libby Spears is the founder of Bravo CC, a Communications and Consulting Venture, that works with professionals and corporations from across the United States to stand out in a crowded and competitive marketplace. For more than 10 years she has developed the highest quality training and leadership programs all designed to help her clients change how they communicate in order to be successful. She owns every stage she is on from the corporate classroom to national conferences.
Libby’s client list including JCPenney, GameStop, Accenture, Overhead Door and Stantec Engineering all speak to how in demand she is. The author of two books, Libby has a love for writing and teaching. She is gifted at challenging people to get out of their comfort zone and try new things. Whether coaching executives from the C-Suite to close multi-million dollar sales, developing successful leadership programs for corporations, or captivating an audience from the conference stage, Libby’s troublemaking tendencies may be her greatest strength. She is not afraid to ask the tough questions or have the conversation that no one will have for the purpose of making BIG things happen.
A native of Lubbock, Texas, Libby’s first paid gig as a speaker came at an early age. As a seven year old she was invited to tell a joke at an in-studio taping of a game show. When she was done, her life changed forever: She got paid! Years later, Libby taught college in the communication studies departments at the University of North Texas and Texas Christian University. In 2005 she started Bravo cc. Today, she focuses her business on three things: to educate, liberate, and entertain every person she works with.
Libby would want you to know that she is a coffee addict, wife and mom, remembers way too much pop culture trivia from the 1970s and 1980s, was a debate nerd in high school and she knows every word to the 1980s rap classic, Bust a Move.