Kimber is a best-selling author, visionary and speaker with more than 25 years of experience in sales, marketing, finance, training, entrepreneurship and corporate management. She has touched the lives of over 100,000 people with her speaking, coaching and books. The Founder of Zentarra, Transformational Business and the global on line community for women: GetYourWomanOn.com; Kimber guides and inspires visionary women, entrepreneurs, corporations and organizations to true success and ultimate freedom. She provides the resources, systems, and tools to deliver results. Her life and business models are all based on connectivity and the courage to live and thrive with Beauty, Grace, Power and Financial Freedom.
The Governor’s Office selected her as one of California’s top women business leaders. She was nominated by the LA Business Journal for “2010 Woman of the Year.” She was a professor and facilitator for University of San Francisco and Stanford Graduate School of Business, and is a licensed clinical hypnotherapist. She has created and managed over 10 billion dollars in sales, contracts and intellectual property. In 2010, she was nominated and selected as a delegate for the 55th session of the United Nations Council on the Status of Women.
Kimber has collaborated and spoken on stages with powerhouse leaders like Lisa Nichols, Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen, Deepak Chopra, Michael Beckwith, T. Harv Eker, Mari Smith and Paul Zane Pilzer, to name a few. She is a co-author of the bestselling book, The Law of Business and Attraction – Secrets of Cooperative Success. She is currently producing a collaborative book of 40 visionary women, Get Your Woman On: Beauty, Grace Power and Financial Freedom, which will be released in Spring 2011. To find out more, call 877-71-CHANGE (877-712-4264) or e-mail media@GetYourWomanOn.com.
Specialties:Some of the recent results of her firm: generated over a billion $ in sales for public traded firm. assisted entrepreneur creating a start up company with no cash, built it out and sold it in 4 years for $52 million. Start up company with an idea, took to market, sold out on HSN, negotiated large licensing contract and sold $10M in second/third year of launch. ….