Jodi Orgill Brown
Author Speaker Coach Interactions Expert Survivor
Helping individuals amplify interpersonal INTERACTIONS in business and family.
Strategist Meets Survivor
Jodi Orgill Brown, M.S., C.F.R.E., is an interactions and communications expert who was living her white-picket fence life until a brainstem tumor changed her world. Three craniotomies, facial paralysis, and multiple reconstructive surgeries strengthened her resolve to help others enact personal and professional growth.
Jodi's books, presentations, and coaching help individuals
AMPLIFY INTERACTIONS to increase their influence for good.
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What Jodi Can Do For Your Company:
"Words can't even express what Jodi did for my staff. I have never had so many people thank me for providing training. She touched each person and made all my employees want to go out and make a difference in the world. What an inspiration!!" — Wendi Wood Snell, Director of Nursing, Aspire Home Health and Hospice
"Jodi engages people on a personal level so she connects with everyone in the room. She invites individuals to arise, improve, and make a difference in the world." — Joseph Hansen, Director of Philanthropy, Intermountain Health Care Southern Region
"Jodi is able to take an audience in the palms of her hands as she shares her own stories of trial and triumph, and the roadmap for how she has overcome adversity. She offers real-life tips and experience to find greater purpose, hope, and motivation to plant their feet on the ground each day and move forward." — Kristy Jo Hunt, Author of The Power Foods Lifestyle series
"Jodi engages individuals to become invested, in themselves in their company." — Kevin Eastman, CEO Weber Human Services
"A tremendous message. Jodi is inspirational and motivational. She was well received by students and parents alike. ." — Curtis Vandenbosch, Principal, Snowcrest Jr High
THE SUN STILL SHINES
In a candid and witty memoir, Jodi recounts how her life was transformed when, as a thirty-three-year-old wife and mother, she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Unwilling to accept her new fate, Jodi's family searches for a doctor who will join their fight against the odds. But when the surgery that could save her life thrusts her into battle with a devastating spinal fluid leak and facial paralysis, even her own children fear her new appearance and physical failings. Jodi perseveres, even with an injured body and spirit. Interweaving the inspiring, provoking, and sometimes disturbing, Jodi reveals the hells and highs of her journey as she fights for hope and purpose—and life.