Facilitator, Motivational Speaker, & Author Joann Tolbert-Yancy The Grand Diva!!!
Joann Tolbert-Yancy is the President & CEO of Jotoski Human Resource Consulting Firm based in Dallas, TX. Her consulting firm specializes in employment law compliance, EEO litigation support, diversity training, and management/employee development.Ms. Yancy toured with the African American Women on Tour from 1998 to 2002.
She has traveled nationally and internationally inspiring and motivating audiences from Jamaica, to Bahamas as well as New Orleans before 3 thousands engaged and excited participants during the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority National Convention. Past speaking assignments includes Blacks in Government National Conference, City of Dallas, Radio one, Ohio University, National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice, Oklahoma State Correctional, Housing and Urban Development (HUD), US Postal Service, St. Croix, US Virgin Islands Business Women Group, and many more.
Writing credit includes “ Romantic Secrets Men Should Know," “What Dreams are You Sitting On,” "Unwritten Rule of the Workplace," and her new book , "Leadership at it's Best was released in August 2016.
Joann holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
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Joann has been an inspiration to me for so many years. She is a beacon to women struggling to make sense in this crazy world. She gives us tools to use to become the fullest of who we were meant to be. Joann - you are the greatest!!! Sherry Clark, Dallas Texas
I have known Joann for some years and every time I get a chance to hear her speak I learn something new, grow a bit more and always walk away feeling empowered. Keeping pushing Joann. Jewel Radford, Montego, Jamaica
Excellent Motivational Speaker. Heard her at the Blacks in Government (B.I.G.) Conference several times. I have her books. She is a very real and down to earth speaker. Joann is very professional. Thanks for the Motivation Joann! J. Flow, B.I.G. Conference