Dana Platin is a leader, endurance athlete and professional coach who has worked with international training and leadership development programs for nearly 20 years. In this unique talk (session/workshop/lecture), Dana will share the lessons she learned climbing mountains from the Andes to the Rockies while providing insights that can help each woman identify and scale the obstacles in her way. Dana is a seasoned leader and bilingual professional coach. She has a Masters in Public Health and a Bachelors degree in Social Work. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) with 20 years of experience coaching individuals with different social and economic backgrounds. Dana was born and raised in New York, went to undergrad at CSU (Fort Collins, CO). Dana went on a 17-year journey as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador, South America and later serving as the Deputy Director of the organization. She began her time in Ecuador living 2+ years in an impoverished village located in the northern Andes of Ecuador where she worked with indigenous girls and women on leadership, wellness/health and small business development projects. With your RSVP please provide one major obstacle you would like to tackle in your professional life for Dana.