CLEMENTINE SPEAKS

Your Mark In The World Starts NOW
Empowering Youth to Aim High and Live a Life of Impact

If you want your audience to leave entertained, empowered, motivated and inspired, this program is for you. This talk empowers audiences to not only be strong and inspiring leaders but to also be authentic. This talk has moved audiences to start making an impact in the world they live in right away with the help of Clementine. She works with audiences to live impactful and purposeful lives. Colleges and high schools have been inspired by this talk and started have started campus wide events to work with organizations overseas. Don’t miss out on this fun and inspirational talk by Clementine. You will have rave reviews after you attend.

Below is an email from a student: “My name is Rebecca Foti and I am the student who at the author talk spoke to you about being involved in SGA. I was very inspired by your story and would love to bring it to the Student Government Association to start a campus wide event to either raise money or donate a significant amount of school supplies to your fund. we are a student run organization that is composed of student leaders trying to better the whole of Anna Maria College as well as any part of the world around us we can help at the same time. Listening to your author talk really sparked my interest and I can’t wait to donate to such a beneficial fund- Anna Maria College Student.

Happily Broken – Success Through Resiliency
Business Luncheon / Dinner Keynote

Based on Clementine’s book, “Happily Broken,” audiences will hear a story of resiliency that culminates in a message of embracing one’s true identity to achieve personal and professional success

At the age of eight, Clementine and her family were forced to flee their home in Rwanda due to the Genocide and Civil war of 1994. Clementine and her family lived as refugees in multiple refugee camps and settlements before they were admitted to the USA in 1999 as refugees.

Life was unforgiving for Clementine but she pressed on. She went on to speak 5 languages, got involved in many organizations such as the Student Leadership Council, World Youth Alliance, the United Nations Agents of Change, the Human Rights Committee, The Student Achievement in Research and Scholarships and the Student Advisory Committee for Foreign Discrimination. Clementine was also selected to be on a panel of the Africana Studies at the Stander Symposium and a panel on International Discrimination. She also interned at the New York State Attorney General’s Office and worked as a Campaign Fellow for the United Way. All this was accomplished while she was in college.

After college, as a full-time mother and a full-time employee in Healthcare sales, Clementine also took on the challenge of obtaining her Masters Degree. She accomplished this in one year and graduated with a 3.9 GPA with a Masters in Public Administration in HealthCare Administration and earned a promotion at work for exceeding her sales goals by 160% the same year! Clementine is resilient, positive, charming, and has an addicting personality and grit. She will keep your audience laughing, engaged and inspired even as she describes horrific events in her life! She is a breathe of fresh air for any organization and company and makes for a great dinner keynote or business luncheon. She helps audiences put things in perspective and gives them renewed energy to never give up and work towards their goals!

A Refugee’s Survival Story-Overcoming Adversity With Grit and Enthusiasm
Business Luncheon-Dinner Keynote

At the age of eight, Clementine and her family were forced to flee their home in Rwanda due to the Genocide and Civil war of 1994. Clementine and her family lived as refugees in multiple refugee camps and settlements before they were admitted to the USA in 1999 as refugees.

Life was unforgiving for Clementine, as your audience will learn, but she pressed on. She went on to speak 5 languages, got involved in many organizations such as the United Nations Agents of Change, the Human Rights Committee, the Student Advisory Committee for Foreign Discrimination, and interned at the New York State Attorney General’s Office, among others, all while in college.

After college, as a full-time mother and a full-time employee in Healthcare sales, Clementine also took on the challenge of obtaining her Masters Degree. She accomplished this in one year and graduated with a 3.9 GPA with a Masters in Public Administration in HealthCare Administration and earned a promotion at work for exceeding her sales goals by 160% the same year!

Clementine is resilient, positive, charming, and has an addicting personality and grit. She will keep your audience laughing, engaged and inspired even as she describes horrific events in her life! She is a breathe of fresh air for any organization and company. She helps audiences put things in perspective and gives them renewed energy to never give up and work towards their goals!

Persist, Persevere, Perform!
Work Towards Your Goals With Conviction

As human being, we tend to give up so easily. We give up on our dreams, jobs, relationships, health, etc. because someone says NO to us, or because we have failed once and take it as a sign that it’s not meant to be.

As a young girl in a refugee camp, Clementine had no access to clean water, adequate food, education, etc. The odds of her getting out were very slim. The older she got, the harder things were but she was determined to not only survive what almost a million people didn’t survive but also make an impact.

Clementine made the choice to be persistent, to persevere and to perform with conviction. Not only did she reach her educational goals of getting a masters degree within 1 year with a 3.9 GPA.

“I started facing rejection at a very young age as a refugee. When I was 8 years old and had to fend for myself when my parents disappeared for a period of 2 weeks. We lived in refugee camps where we faced death right in the eyes every day. When I used a “log” as an anchor to swim towards a shirt in Lake Kivu and finally realize it was actually a dead body of a fellow Rwandan, I felt like life was not worth living. When I got to the USA and was bullied every day in high school for being “different” I would want to quit going to school. In my adult life, I lost a daughter when I was 27 weeks pregnant. This was my breaking point but giving up was not a choice for me.”

This talk will give the audience strategies to overcome obstacles and leave them feeling resilient, renewed and ready to fight to WIN in their businesses, relationships, health, etc.

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Clementine, recently spoke at a luncheon of around 20 women in attendance. Right away, she was so inviting and charismatic as she told her unimaginable childhood story. No bitterness, just positive energy filled the room, making the event intimate and inspiring. Clementine is absolutely worthy of speaking engagements that uplift and celebrate gratitude, especially for the female population.
Kathy B.
Your visit to our HOPE alumni luncheon on Tuesday was the highlight of my entire week! The trials and tribulations of your childhood ordeal were like none other I’ve ever heard. It was a real eye opener into the turmoil of war. I’m most certain your written story is going to be widely read because you OWN such a happily broken experience to the extreme, by American standards. Rising above your hardships and finding gratefulness in your blessings is a wonderful message, and genuinely inspiring. Your positive attitude and willingness to share such a story was very much appreciated. Thank you so much
Kathy C.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for attending the HOPE For Women program. I was very impressed with your life story. You are truly an amazing women to have dealt with your struggles and still be able to talk to a group about them. You have inspired me to be able to tackle my struggles with a different demeanor. Again, thank you so much and I wish you well.
Cindy B.
I just wanted to thank you so much for your powerful story and message! It meant a lot to me! I am so glad you had come to Bartlett high school because you really got to me! I just finished reading your book and I cried throughout the book! It was so devastating hearing your story but seeing how you got right back up and smiling every day, amazes me seeing how you went through so much ! You are one strong woman & definitely someone to look up to! Thank you so much!
Hannah G.