"Christine Robinson is one of the best teachers of public speaking around. Her upcoming book, Confidently Speaking may change your life."
Anne Lamott, Author of Bird by Bird
“Christine is such an asset. How wonderful to have her participation because she has so much experience, expertise and
professionalism to bring. The maturity of years has a quality of confidence, aplomb and respectability that is so comforting and exciting to be around.”
Hilda Leefeldt, Business Owner, Business Works
“So well done – So expressive! You are a great actress and you looked beautiful too! Fantastic content and delivery!”
Beth Hilo, United Airlines
"You are elegant, straight forward, insightful and more important, able to communicate with love... outstanding presentation."
Judi Friedman, Education Management
“Thanks again for enlightening us with your wisdom, observations and good cheer. I look forward to our next connection.”
Philip Jonckheer, CFA, Owner, Dynamic Funds Management
“You were such an asset to the Alumni Association Board Public Speaking training yesterday – what a fantastic job! The Board members clearly found your presentation both entertaining and educational, and I am so glad that we had the opportunity to work together. Guide Dogs is so fortunate to have you as our Toastmasters mentor.”
Kristy Seifkin, Manager Community Resources, Guide Dogs for the Blind
"We were delighted to include your article, 'My Mother, Myself' in the April 2013 issue of the Toastmaster Magazine. Thank you for writing such an insightful article. Without the submission of high-quality pieces such as yours, our magazine would not exist."
Suzanne Frey, Managing Editor, Toastmaster magazine
I know Christine Robinson from Toastmasters, and I’ve always been swept away by her passion and commanding presence. Christine is a very savvy speaker. She really knows the power of the platform and what works best because she’s tried it all (with compelling results.) This is a must have book for anyone who wants to be comfortable, confident and charismatic in front of an audience.
John C. Harrison, Author: Redefining Stuttering: What the struggle to speak is really about (Previously titled, How to Conquer Your Fears of Speaking before People)