Linnita Hosten

Author & Speaker

Decision Making: The Driver of Your Success

The award-winning keynote speaker and college success enthusiast is the author of The College Strategy- a roadside kit, coaching students to max out the college experience, generate competitive advantage and enter the interstate of life AFTER college in full gear.

 

About Linnita

The award-winning keynote speaker and college success enthusiast is the author of The College Strategy- a roadside kit, coaching students to max out the college experience, generate competitive advantage and enter the interstate of life AFTER college in full gear.

 

Linnita’s Programs

The Driver's Test: First Year Experience

The success of your first-year Driver’s Test is determined by one factor, who occupies your passenger seat. Learn how to harness courageous and complimenting relationships that help you aim and score high your first year.

Developing a team from the Passenger Seat: Leadership

As a leader, you are no longer the driver. You are the driving instructor. You prepare and propel new drivers to be better than you on the road. Learn to navigate your team from the passenger seat, harnessing your strengths, teaching from your failures and leveraging your organizational knowledge.

Drive Like a Girl: Women's Empowerment

The misconception is that women are irrational, emotional and indecisive. But when positioned in the driver seat, women can disrupt “social norms,” defy barriers and pave a new lane for other women to drive their own vehicle – objectively, confidently & relentlessly. Learn to drive like a girl, defensively and undistracted.

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Testimonials

Read what others are saying about working with Linnita:

What she shared was so priceless to our students. Linnita came forth with a delivery with such boldness and yet she was young!

Director

Potomac Job Corps

Not only was she articulate, prepared and polished, her remarks brought a level of excitement and enthusiasm to the event throughout the evening

Director of Institutional Advancement Communication

University of Maryland, University College