Heart Centered and Experiential
​Workshops & Keynotes

​That Will Improve Personal and Professional Performance

Grace Stevens’ professional experience and life’s journey provide unique perspectives on what it takes to 
create and manage 
teams and cultures 
that enhance 
creativity and performance, 
by recognizing that the best performance occurs when people are their true selves.

Watch Grace's new live talk show on Facebook here.  Grace often interviews a variety of people who have overcome challenges in their lives to inspire the viewers.

Keynotes and Workshops

​How living our truth provides positive impacts to both  personal and business bottom lines!

Coming Soon

​New Workshops and Keynotes to help you get unstuck and take the next step in your unique life

​​"I attended the showcase and meant to contact you right away...
I just wanted to comment on how impressed I was with your presentation. Not only the content but the delivery. Since I’ve been in the business for so many years it takes a lot for a speaker to grab my attention the way you did."
.....Margo Chevers, Accountability Coach at Red Carpet Coaching​

​"Thank you, Grace, for guest lecturing in my graduate counseling psychology course on working with sexual and gender minorities. I was moved by your courageous journey towards authenticity and your perspectives on the important role of an informed and liberating approach to counseling individuals and families exploring issues surrounding gender varience.  Your captivating presentation was a highlight for my students providing both inspiration and concrete guidance and perspective. Thank you for your wisdom and inspiration!”    
Robin R. Chalfin, LICSW  June 2019

Contact Grace to learn more about her new 1/2 or full day workshops on  unconscious bias, and diversity and acceptance.

​​Listen to Grace's new Podcast program where she reads all of her blogs from HuffPost from 2015-2017 here... (click on the image)

You can watch all the episodes of Mornings with Grace

here on Grace's You Tube channel

​On AARP's website:

 Older Adults on Coming Out Later in Life


Grace Anne Stevens