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Meet Rebecca Klein Scott – Spirited Woman in Balance

Rebecca Klein Scott has found balance by working with her husband, Keith Scott. Together, they co-founded TALLsmall Productions with the mission of helping people feel comfortable with public speaking and to learn to communicate in a clear, concise and engaging style. TALLsmall Productions leads communications training sessions for such clients as Baltimore County Public Schools, BGE, Toyota and a leading Mid-Atlantic law firm on topics including public speaking, body language, leadership, crisis communications and media training. They also work with individuals and small groups.

Rebecca’s career path also includes a multi-media journalism background in print and TV, spokesperson and blogging roles, and working as a marketing consultant to help businesses craft their communications strategies.

The Spirited Woman in Balance award honors a working mother who is successfully juggling all that life brings her – family, career, all the while engaging in spirited endeavors such as community service, mentorship and philanthropy. Through her business, Rebecca strives to empower people to find their voices, claim their stories and overcome the obstacles in front of them. She wants to bring equity to the business world, by providing encouragement and opportunities to those who are less fortunate. Rebecca is one of 17 spirited Baltimoreans who will be recognized at the upcoming event taking place in the beautiful Inner Harbor. What better way to kick off a weekend than with an inspiring lunch and afternoon with a beautiful view?

The Spirited Women Awards 2017

The Awards will take place on Friday August 11, 2017, 11:30 AM – 2 PM at the Pier V Hotel 711 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202. The profits of the event will be designated to support the continued efforts of The Giving Spirits Foundation as well as Benevolent Baskets, an organization that provides life skills and job training to formerly homeless women through a growing gift basket business.

Tickets are $75 until July 31, then $80 leading up to the event. To purchase tickets click here.


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