Stacy Alexander

It is rare to come across a person who connects so intrinsically that you can’t help but be inspired. I had the pleasure of crossing paths with Ed Molitor during my collegiate career while playing women’s basketball. Ed was the assistant coach of the men’s basketball team at the time but was supportive and available for all the athletes in the program. Ed has always been passionate about motivating and inspiring others. It was no surprise when we crossed paths several years later to see that he had started his own leadership organization. Ed’s drive, enthusiasm and innate ability to connect with individuals is one of his many amazing qualities. As a speaker he engages his audience and relates to them on a professional and personal level. Ed draws on his journey through his professional career as well as his personal relationships with mentors, family, and friends. He has laid a solid foundation on the what, the why, and the how in regard to leadership. I strongly recommend you taking advantage and tapping into the leadership program built by Ed Molitor of The Molitor Group.


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