DORIS MCCOY

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SPEECH TITLES AND/OR TOPICS

  • 12 Challenges Ahead For All Americans
  • 12 Traits Of Successful People And How To Use Them
  • Leadership Skills For The 21st Century
  • Uniqueness Of The 4 Different Kinds Of Women

Categories

Balanced Living | Corporate Social Responsibility | Future | Personal Development | Communications | Globalization

Biography

Doris Lee McCoy, Ph.D., is a psychologist, author, International Keynote Speaker, TV Moderator/Producer of 20 Television Specials and three TV Series, including The Changing Woman TV Series. She additionally is a former professor of National University, where she taught for 17 years.

As an author, Dr. McCoy has interviewed over 3,000 well-known people. For her book, MEGATRAITS: 12 Traits of Successful People, she talked with Justice Sandra O'Connor, Malcolm and Steve Forbes, former President Ronald Reagan, and others.

Dr. McCoy's latest book, America's New Vision: Our Leaders Point the Way, contains 100 personal interviews with people such as, President George W. Bush, Hilary Clinton, Colin Powell, Sandra O'Connor, Guiliani, Larry King, and others. It is a mandate for survival in today's fast changing world with solutions to the 12 challenges ahead. Oprah Winfrey requested a manuscript, of Americas New Future for possible inclusion on her program.

Whether shooting on location in Africa or interviewing top American executives, Dr. McCoy's energetic "to the heart" and crisp flair comes through. Her many years in television, teaching and speaking throughout the U.S. qualify her as a communications specialist. High energy, professionalism and personal warmth characterize her--on and off--the screen.

Dr. McCoy moderated and produced three Television Series. In The Changing Woman series, she discusses the art of balancing highly successful careers with family, friends, and future goals with interviewees such as: First Ladies, Betty Ford, Rosalynn Carter, and Mrs. L. B. Johnson and with Senator Edward Kennedy, Arnette Strauss, Mayor of Dallas, Walter Cronkite, Dick Cavett, and many more.

Dr. McCoy moderated or produced 20 television specials onToday's Family. Attended each of the Official UN International Conferences on Women held in Mexico City, Kenya, and Beijing. A TV Special, Women Of The World, featured her interviews with UN delegates from Asia, Europe, Africa, and the USA. A 16 program TV Series, Effective Communication, was used as instruction for business, law enforcement, hospitals, and educational institutions and aired on PBS stations throughout the U.S. She videotaped, moderated, produced and edited two International Specials: Quest For The Cures (looking for medicinal plants in Ecuador) and The Changing Amazon (Peru).

Dr. McCoy is listed in World's Who's Who Of Women. She was named "Woman of the Year" by Charter 100 and The Los Angeles Film Welfare League, also for "Woman Of Achievement" by the National League Of American Pen Women. She is featured in Remarkable Women. She earned a MA at Stanford University and Ph.D. in Educational Psychology, Claremont Graduate University with an educational honor of Phi Kappa Delta.

Dr. McCoy is a Founder, President of Charter 100, co-led Expeditions, carrying the UN and Explorers Club Flags to Ecuador searching for medicinal plants for possible cures for AIDS, malaria, and cancer. Twice carried the flag for the Explorer's Club in the Peruvian rain forests and did research in 15 other rain forests (Asia, South and Central America), a member of the National League of American Pen Women, a swimmer, and adventurer to remote areas of the world.

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  • America's New Future: Our Leaders Point the Way
  • MEGATraits: 12 Traiits of Successful People
  • Journey of a Music Warrior

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