• Robyn Hatcher

Fun Facts About Robyn

Robyn once wrote for two daytime dramas; One Life to Live and All My Children
A TV commercial she starred in for the New York Times ran for 8 years and was parodied on Saturday Night Live with Hallie Berry playing her.
She averages 3 weightlifting classes, 2 Yoga classes, 1 Zumba and a tap class a week.
She once judged a Miss Montana and Miss Teen Montana USA Pageant.
Robyn has a son who graduated from Yale and played professional baseball.
Robyn's LITERAL nickname growing up was "Shy" (or "Shai" as it appeared on Christmas Cards) which is one reason she is so passionate about helping people communicate.

Robyn Hatcher

Robyn Hatcher, founder and CEO of SpeakEtc. is a dynamic keynote speaker, communication expert, author, thought leader and award-winning actor. Robyn transforms the careers of business leaders and the culture of organizations in the financial services industry and beyond, through corporate programs, private coaching, and interactive presentations.

Using her 15 plus years in the entertainment industry and her experience as a certified Neuro Linguistic Programming practitioner, she inspires. She invigorates. She leaves you with tangible skills you can apply the very next day. In 2018, Robyn appeared on Good Morning America speaking about the “#metoo” movement and was named one of the '21 Leaders for the 21st Century' 2019 by Women's eNews!

Robyn has successfully trained and coached thousands of business professionals from Fortune 500 companies and noteworthy brands - Lifetime Television, Jones New York, UBS, AXA - Equitable, PayPal, Spotify, Con Edison, Hewlett Packard and many others and has spoken in front of hundreds and has spoken in front of hundreds of audiences large and small like Professional Business Women of California, Women's Professional Network, Professional Women of the Gulf Coast, Administrative Professionals Conference, Association of African American Advisors and many others.

Robyn is on the executive board the National Speakers Association, New York City Chapter and has been quoted and published in major magazines and has appeared on over 20 Podcasts.

Her book, Standing Ovation Presentations (Motivational Press, 2013), contains a unique communication-style system called ActorTypes and was named on Forbes.com as one of 2015’s Top 100 Coaching Books.