Incorporating a mental health component to your program is an important and timely addition. Combining it with star power draws a virtual crowd and keeps the discussion upbeat, with substantive storytelling to leave audiences feeling more connected, less alone, and hopeful
More hosts are incorporating the topic of mental health into their programming, especially as Coronavirus has disrupted so many aspects of our lives at home and at work. Programs vary from light-hearted, interactive wellness breaks to head-on discussions about struggle and recovery. Combining the discussion with star power draws a virtual crowd and keeps the discussion upbeat, with substantive storytelling to leave audiences feeling more connected, less alone, and hopeful. Despite their public personas, many of our celebrity speakers openly share their vulnerabilities as a source of strength for others. Olympic downhill skiing champion LINDSEY VONN speaks openly about her challenges, including the difficulty that can come in life transitions such as her retirement from skiing, and the pressure to be perfect in today’s world.
VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING: At virtual and in-person events, Lindsey Vonn shares her lessons in elite performance, and is a clear example of how leadership, grit, and determination leads to winning results
Olympic gold medalist and the most successful female skier of all time, elite athlete LINDSEY VONN is a clear example of how leadership, grit, and determination leads to winning results. At virtual and in-person events, Vonn brings the skills she has honed from years of competing at an elite level to businesses looking to uncover lessons that will help teams take their results to the next level, or colleges in need of an inspirational message for their students. The way she weaves her life lessons and personal commitments into her discussions always touch, move, and inspire. She's also using her knowledge of the sport from a different lens, becoming an NBC Sports broadcast analyst on the Olympic Channel.
She has launched several initiatives to help people hard-hit by Covid and the accompanying economic recession. To support those out of work or transitioning from college to the workforce, Vonn launched "Lindsey Vonn's Virtual Career Day" which brought together young scholarship winners from the Lindsey Vonn Foundation with an expert in their intended field. She also participated in the One World: Together at Home, which was a global effort designed to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Lindsey Vonn is a recently retired Olympic gold and bronze medal‐winning alpine ski racer for the U.S. Ski Team as well as a New York Times bestselling author. She is the most successful female skier of all time and holds four World Cup titles, making her one of only 6 women to win World Cup races in all five disciplines of Alpine skiing.
Debuting first at the 2021 Alpine Skiing World Cup Races, Vonn is an NBC Sports broadcast analyst. Lindsey served as an International Games Ambassador in the 2018 Winter Olympics. Lindsey is also the founder of the Lindsey Vonn Foundation, established to empower young girls. She splits her time between Nashville, Tennessee, and Los Angeles, California with her 3 dogs.