Finding My Voice
Tuesday, November 9, 2021
In-person Networking: 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. | Program:12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Join us in-person or virtually on Tuesday, November 9 as Sandy Eichel (they, them, theirs) discusses their journey to becoming their true self. After leaving a life of who they“should” be, Sandy Eichel had start over in order to find their true self. After decades of feeling stuck in an inauthentic life, Sandy took the leap, came out and started a new career. What they found was an industry that wasn’t quite ready for them, but they were in the perfect position to be a radical change maker. In their talk, Sandy will share their journey of authenticity as well as existing and thriving in an environment not set up for them. They will share how they found their path and their voice and the issues that the LGBTQ+ community faces on a daily basis.
Sandy will be appearing in-person at the Madison Club. Members can choose between attending the presentation at the Madison Club or watching the presentation on Zoom.
If you plan to attend in-person, please register by Wednesday, November 3.
COVID Safety Policy:
The TEMPO Madison Board of Directors has voted to implement the following COVID safety protocol for all TEMPO Madison events: all attendees must provide photo ID and proof of either:
1) COVID vaccination, or
2) A negative COVID test result taken within 72 hours of the event.
About Sandy Eichel
Sandy Eichel is a professional speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant and Wealth Management Advisor. They frequently speak at corporate functions, professional conferences and diversity summits across North America and Europe where they share their story of how they found their authentic self and how it profoundly improved their life on both a personal and professional level. Sandy’s inspirational story empowers their listeners to break free from mental and cultural obstacles so that they can reap the many rewards of living authentically and helps organizations to create more inclusive environments.
Several magazines and newspapers, including a November 2017 edition of the Wall Street Journal and Forbes in April of 2019, have published feature articles about Sandy and their work. Sandy devotes additional time to raising money for various charities, which led them to create a non profit initiative to benefit underprivileged elementary students in their hometown of Madison, WI.