A successful and seasoned entrepreneur, business consultant, and Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Barbara McKinzie is a sought-after international public speaker, mentor, educator, and hardworking businesswoman. Barbara has frequently been called upon to address audiences and make presentations around the world. Throughout her career Barbara has spoken to hundreds of professional groups, giving captivating and enlightening talks to the masses.
Barbara has developed hundreds of presentations, focusing primarily on the perspective of educating the younger generations to view their life journey as an economic journal of goals that must be executed and measured. As a financial expert with a plethora of experience managing and consulting for a myriad of companies, she offers a unique and knowledgeable perspective to the topic. She has the distinct gift of being able to articulate complex ideas and methods in a clear and simplistic manner whilst simultaneously inspiring action from her audience.
Throughout her career as an executive speaker, Barbara McKinzie has addressed a variety of audiences, from the heads of corporations and organizations to undergraduate students, touching on topics such as leadership development, general and financial management, the development and execution of business strategies, and the importance of education and knowledge transference.
While knowledgeable on a wide range of speaking topics, one of Barbara’s personal favorites is the importance of reinvesting money into education and the educational infrastructure of both the United States of America as well as abroad. As a financial expert, Barbara McKinzie’s goal is to help teach her audiences how to use their knowledge and the money they’ve earned to positively impact their community through charity, program development, and proper financing.
A graduate of Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University with an MBA in Finance and Human Resources, Barbara McKinzie is also the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.