Nikki DuBose is both elegant and powerful. As a presenter, she exudes courage, passion, and authenticity—certain to inspire any audience. I highly recommend Nikki!
– Jenni Schaefer, Author of Life Without Ed; Goodbye Ed, Hello Me; and Almost Anorexic http://www.jennischaefer.com
I was privileged to have Nikki speak to my graduate counseling class on the topics of eating disorders, substance abuse, sexual assault, trauma and the modeling industry. Nikki has such a wonderful, fun-loving presence about her and she made a genuine connection with my students, all while providing them with firsthand knowledge about crisis and trauma recovery. I can’t say enough good things about her authenticity and professionalism! I highly recommend her to speak at your event!
– Sarah Anaya, Adjunct Professor, Multnomah University, Portland, Oregon
In my work as a published HarperCollins author, I attend many mental health-related events each month. I’ve seen hundreds of speakers throughout my career, but there was something incredibly special and unique that occurred when Nikki DuBose shared her story at Montecatini’s Dream Big event. Nikki’s authenticity and ability to connect with audience filled the room with such love and openheartedness. She is a highly engaging and thought-provoking speaker, who undoubtably connected with and inspired each person in the audience!
– Shannon Kopp, Author of Pound for Pound: A Story of One Woman’s Recovery and the Shelter Dogs Who Loved Her Back to Life
Ernest Hemingway wrote his classic, A Moveable Feast, to describe how if anyone ever had the opportunity to live in Paris that opportunity would stay with you wherever you went for “Paris is a moveable feast.” If you ever have the opportunity to experience Nikki DuBose speak, her personal, heartfelt message will stay with you as a permanent feast of hope, inspiration and deeply-felt compassion.
– Christopher Kai, World-Renowed International Speaker and Bestselling Author http://christopherkai.com
Nikki DuBose is a powerful force for good throughout the world. Her message resonates with so many young girls and boys globally and her bravery to tell her story is literally changing the course of people’s lives. Her vulnerability with her life story has opened up conversations worth having. She embodies the characteristics of Maya Angelou’s famous poem’s Phenomenal Woman & Still I Rise. “You may write me down in history, with your bitter lies, you may tread me in the very dirt, but still, like dust, I’ll rise. I am a woman, phenomenally. “
– Antonio D. Spears, Chairman & Chief Executive, Library Foundation of Santa Monica
Nikki DuBose speaks with the beautiful intention of reaching and helping others. Her story and journey are shared with vulnerability, honesty and courage. Nikki has the ability to reach others through her own experiences and does so comfortably and powerfully.
– Jennifer Palmer, Group Therapist, Montecatini Treatment Center
Nikki is a passionate and eloquent speaker. She shared her personal story with a group of eating disorder professionals who were captivated and moved. Nikki is a beacon of hope, courage, and inspiration.
– Dr. Lauren Muhlheim, Psychologist & Director of Outreach, Academy for Eating Disorders
I had the opportunity to meet Nikki earlier this year, when she visited our campus in support of NEDA’s Eating Disorders Awareness Week. I was impressed by her ability to relay her story with a genuine vulnerability, openness, and heart. Students felt a sense of connection with her, and walked away with a better understanding of what it means to struggle with and overcome an eating disorder.
– Larry Carter II, Ph.D., CSU San Marcos