Leadhership Seminar - Speakers

nina deangelo

You Can’t Spell Aweso(me) without ME

  Nina DeAngelo is an Army Veteran, Mindset, Empowerment, and Business Coach.
  She spent just shy of nine years in the field of Logistics in the US Army and attained the rank of Sergeant while serving our great country.
  Nina is the Vice President of her Chamber of Commerce in O’Fallon, MO. She has been with her Chamber for 9 years.
  She is passionate about helping other business owners become successful and reach their highest potential.
  In 2020, Nina embarked on a journey of self-development in the field of NeuroLinguistic Programming where she ultimately graduated as a certified master coach and trainer in the field of NLP. She uses these tools today in her own business, Dynamic Shift, to help business owners understand their own decision-making and thought processes along with helping them understand how their mindset can make or break them.
  Nina enjoys reading, fishing, spending time with her family, and being outside, particularly in the spring and fall.

keisha gwin

The Gifts of Imperfections: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are.

  After 20 years of honorable, active duty service, Keisha retired from the United States Air Force in August 2017.
  Keisha earned a B.A. degree in Mass Communications and Journalism from the University of Maryland-University College and currently serves as the Worship Arts and Compassion Ministry Director with Enjoy Church in Alton and O’Fallon, IL.
  Keisha is a wife and mom who loves laughing, dancing and eating great food!

Peggy Lewis LeCompte

Empower, Inspire and Uplift 

  Peggy Lewis LeCompte is a retired educator from the East St. Louis Public School District where she served as the Instructional Literacy and Language Arts Coach, Department Chairman of the Language Arts Department, and Coordinator of “Out of the Box” After School Program.
  She is a product of the East St. Louis Public School System and received further education from Lincoln University, the National College of Education, and SIU Edwardsville. She currently serves as Senior Advisor for Illinois State Representative LaToya Greenwood.
  She is the National Coordinator of the TLOD A TEAAM for African American Males, Vice-President of the Pearls of Power Foundation, Member of the Lighthouse Foundation, and is a life member of the NAACP, Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
  Her motto in life is, “This above all, to thine own self be true. And it must follow as night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.”