Speaking & Event Hosting
Live Event Hosting Experience
- Gravenstein Apple Fair – Farm Trails
- Catwalk for a Cure
- 4-H Foundation BBQ & Fun-Raiser
- Wine, Women & Cheese – YWCA
- Go Red for Women – American Heart Association
- Heirloom Tomato Festival – Kendall Jackson Wines
- Calabash Event – Food for Thought
- Crab for Kids Crab Feed – Active 20-30 Club
- Luther Burbank Rose Parade
- Evening of Giving Fundraising Event
- Ryan Huston Concert
- Sonoma County Junior Miss Program
- Ag Foundation Benefit Dinner
- After Dark Party – Social Advocates for Youth
“It was wonderful to see Sue speak. She is spectacular in front of the room. Truly! Put Sue in front of a room and she illuminates and animates. She is remarkable, rare, and special.”
“Sue is a great speaker! She is happy, smiling and very informative.”
With more than 20 years experience in the radio, real estate, marketing and hospitality industries, Sue Bonzell is an inspirational force packed with high energy and humor. She is great at connecting with her audience, is highly entertaining, peppering in her wit and comedy to help drive home her point.
Sue Bonzell is a dynamic speaker, interjecting humor and offering an authentic peek into her life and how her experiences have lead her to a life of greater balance. Through the foundation of respect, Sue provides her audiences with lasting take away concepts, while helping to connect participants with vulnerability by creating a safe and supportive space.
Sue enjoys speaking and event hosting around the San Francisco Bay Area.
Sue is available for speaking before small and large groups and can also act as event host for your most important events.
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“I really appreciated Sue sharing her personal story and her courage to make choices to uplevel her life.”
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HOW TO PROMOTE YOUR EVENT FOR SUCCESS (and on a Budget!) I wrote this several years ago and it was posted on my real estate website. I still get inquiries about promoting events, so I figured I would share the info again. I hope this helps those putting on stunning...
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