About Annie Morecambe
From directing and producing children’s plays to choreography and costume-making for dance troupes, to scholarship programs for girls, to PTA President and Girl Scout Leader, Annie’s life was filled with children of all ages, including three of her own. She spent time as a mentor, ESL tutor, and volunteer for Special Olympics and Pan Am Games, constantly putting her face-to-face with youngsters of all ages.
Around the age of 50, Annie noticed that many young girls had lost their light—their personal power. Without intending to, she began writing—not only one book but a five-book series. She wanted to thank those who had supported her by doing the same for young women who were not as fortunate as she was. Books were just another way Ms. Morecambe chose to shine her own light on the world.
Today, Annie is a speaker and author. Her life is now dedicated to guiding young people, especially young women, in their search for personal power, self-confidence, and self-esteem. She currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. You can learn more about her at: annjagger.com.
Meet the Team
Lindsay LeMaster is a mother, author and entrepreneur. As a mother of a tween, Lindsay knows first-hand the challenges her daughter faces in today’s technological world. She searches out opportunities for her child and other young girls that will boost their chances of going through their tween and teen years as confident, well-rounded individuals.
Sally Orcutt is a speaker and the author of Say Yes 2 Your Life. She believes her ‘why’ at this time in her life is to transparently share her journey from chronic self-doubt to confidence and internal peace. Sally believes we all have unique gifts that the world needs us to share. Our job is to recognize and embrace our gifts every day.
Stephanie McDilda is an expert in heart-based leadership. She is a speaker, seminar leader, and executive/ leadership coach with over 30 years of experience. Through her work, Stephanie helps her clients reduce turnover and absenteeism, while increasing productivity, engagement, and satisfaction by building powerful relationships.
Kathleen (Kat) Volandt is a humanitarian, advocate, and an award-winning business woman. Her community advocacy includes public policy issues, devoting time to women/human rights/youth advocacy, mentoring in private enterprise/small business, and rallying community support.