Women Speakers Association WSA-TV highlights the inspiring work and advice from these dynamic women.


This July 21st episode features women leaders:
Dr. Janice Hooker Fortman, Roe Couture DeSaro, & Lisa Roberts Bell who are empowering women worldwide with their work.


Find out more about these WSA members showing Women’s leadership globally:

Dr. Janice Hooker Fortman is an author who is passionate about guiding adult women to have balance in the complex adult daughter and aging mother relationship, by healing conflicts between mothers and daughters. She specializes in how to recognize communication patterns that lead to difficult situations. Learn more about healing the mother adult daughter relationship at http://www.drjanicespeaks.com

Roe Couture DeSaro works with Service-Based Women Entrepreneurs to uplevel their perception of themselves. She guides them to build a business with rules and boundaries that allow them to speak their truth, honor their values and make significant money. Learn more about Roe and her work at http://GutsyGalsGetMore.com

Lisa Roberts Bell is a Christian Author and Speaker. She works with women with self-esteem challenges. Lisa encourages women to leave their past behind and learn to love themselves. And to lead them to the only way to achieve this – realizing their worth to God. Learn more at http://www.lisarobertsbell.wordpress.com

Host and Google Hangout On Air Producer is Laura Rubinstein, Certified Hypnotherapist, Social Media & Marketing Mentor and Business Transformation Strategist, of http://SocialBuzzClub.com and http://TransformToday.com

WSA-TV Episode July 21, 2016


Advice from our WSA Experts

We asked our featured guests to share some of their valuable wisdom with us.

Dr.Jan says “Remember that you can’t change your mother, but you can change the way you respond to challenging situations.”

Roe asks you to “Be A Gutsy Gal: design your life and business on your terms. Find out what’s stopping you from showing up and standing up for yourself and enjoy the journey along the way.”

Lisa reminds us that “You are not your past mistakes. You can leave the past in the past and look forward to a bright future.”