Mindy is a motivational keynote speaker, and speaks on topics related to navigating life's adversity, seeing potential instead of limitations, reaching our fullest potential, goal-setting, mindset and diversity & inclusion. She is also an advocate for the equitable treatment of individuals with disabilities and loves to speak about issues such as universal design and air travel.

Over the course of her life, as a person who's achieved almost every goal she's ever set out to accomplish - despite her physical limitations - she has proven that the wrong mindset in life can be far more disabling than what any wheelchair might represent.

Mindy has several standard presentations/keynotes she can offer, but will always tailor her presentations to match your audience's specific interests, objectives and needs. Have a different topic in mind you’d like to pitch to Mindy for your specific audience/event? Let’s talk! Please reach out to discuss your event.


The Truth About Things That Suck


In Mindy’s upcoming book, “The Truth About Things That Suck,” Mindy discusses those universal things in life that we all experience and that creates adversity in our lives - things like rejection, shame, sadness, fear, illness. Mindy uses examples from her own life where these things have shown up and shares what she has learned “the truth” of them to be, and the tools, strategies and perspectives she’s used to navigate them, empowering your audience to look at their own struggles through a new lens.

Navigating Life's Challenges: Getting Back in the Driver's Seat When Life Knocks You Off Course


Adversity is a certainty in life. We all have challenges. We all have hard things we’ve walked through. Our challenges will likely look different from one person to another, but the tools and strategies we can use to navigate them are universal. As a person who lives life from a wheelchair, AND who has experienced lots of life’s other setbacks - two devastating car accidents, lost jobs, etc. - Mindy has learned to navigate adversity well and to get back up over and over again. She will help inspire your audience to do the same.  

Six Steps to Becoming Limitless: How to Achieve Any Goal


The word Mindy chooses to live her life by is “Limitless.” As person who's achieved almost every goal she's ever set out to accomplish - despite her physical limitations - she has proven that the wrong mindset in life can be far more disabling than what any wheelchair might represent. She believes in potential, NOT in limitations, and as such, she’s figured out how to set and accomplish goals, even when the odds are against you. In this presentation, she will break it down for your audience and give them the tools to go crush their own personal or professional goals.

Adversity, Diversity & Inclusion: Finding Strength in Our Differences


There is comfort in familiarity. It is our nature to seek out people who are like us. But, by limiting our exposure to people who are different - whether race, physical ability, age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity or religion - we limit our knowledge, our perspective, our competitive advantage, and so much more. There are unique experiences and challenges that come along with being a member of any classification of people. But, Mindy believes that the challenges we face are the very things that build in us the skills and experiences that can make us extraordinary. In this presentation, Mindy discusses the reasons why diversity & inclusion makes us and makes our businesses better, and will examine, from her own perspective, why a company should strive to be a leader in this area.

Disaster Pre-Covery: The COVID Lesson


2020 and COVID taught us the importance of being prepared, of flexibility, of resilience, of creative problem-solving, of community/human connection, of gratitude, and of our physical, emotional, financial, professional and relational health. It’s all about mindset, intention and perspective. Mindy will share her expertise on getting into the right mindset to proactively ensure the health of these things BEFORE disaster strikes.

Doing What You Can with What You Have: Redefining What Optimal Health Means to You


Mindy has lived life not only as a disabled woman, but as a disabled woman whose disability affects her physical form and makes the standards of beauty the media sets for women that much less unattainable. Through Mindy’s discussion of living with a disability and her own health-journey, she will normalize the idea of pursuing optimal health, and the audience will receive a new-found appreciation of what their bodies can do and a new outlook on being proactive about their health, and setting and achieving their health goals.