Dr. Gloria

Mayfield-Banks

Entrepreneur | Author

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Dr. Gloria

Mayfield-Banks

Entrepreneur | Author

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Motivational Success Strategist

Dr. Banks is a motivational success strategist who has consistently beaten the odds to achieve phenomenal success in her life and business. A native of Detroit, she began her professional career as a sales representative for IBM, later joining Stratus Technologies as a manufacturing marketing manager. A graduate of Howard University and Harvard Business School, she went on to become assistant director for admissions at HBS, where she traveled nationally and internationally to recruit students.

Elite Executive National Sales Director

Faced with a difficult divorce, Dr. Banks began selling Mary Kay products to supplement her income. Within a year, she set the company sales record. Within a few more years, her business had grown to over $24 million in retail sales with a sales group of over 6,000 consultants. Her record-breaking ascent to Elite Executive National Sales Director, the highest sales position, was faster than anyone in the company’s 50-year history. Dr. Banks is one of only three women who currently hold this position in the United States.

She is the co-founder of Charisma Factor, a motivational speaking and coaching company with an international impact. Considered an expert in the fields of motivation, self-esteem, and sales training, Dr. Banks has trained internationally in China, Russia, Mexico, Canada, Germany, South Africa, United Kingdom, Australia, Kazakhstan, and Brazil.

Why She Is Your Speaker

Dr. Banks’s enthusiasm is contagious, and her message is strong. “Success is a choice that once committed to can be achieved!”

A dynamic storyteller, Dr. Banks presents her ideas and thoughts in a conversational style and uses creative humor to impact her audience. 

She has demonstrated by her own example, that through determination and hard work, any goal can be achieved.

 
"All of us have some degree of influence—your influence might be local, but your impact can be global."

- Mark Brown

 

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