Having delivered over 150 presentations to audiences ranging from intimate team meetings to industry conferences of 600+ attendees, Lea Pica is a veteran of the stage.
She knows what it’s like to sit through a mind-numbing presentation, so she is committed to bringing an informative, dynamic and upbeat dimension to your event.
Lea’s signature “Get Their Attention” keynote session on effective presentation and data visualization for digital analytics is highly acclaimed.
It scored #1 in the eMetrics San Francisco 2015 conference, and was one of the highest-rated ForeSee (now Answers) Summit sessions of all time.
Highly aware of the challenging role digital marketers and analysts play in having both the technical prowess to uncover actionable insights, and presenting those insights effectively, Lea aims to balance highly useful knowledge with a side of levity.
While she loves to wax philosophical about the journey to presentation enlightenment, her sessions are packed with practical, hands-on tips and techniques you can use the moment you leave the session.
Here are just a couple of comments her sessions have received:
“The best talk of the whole conference!”
“Absolutely awesome – she deserves a keynote spot.”
“Lea brings great ideas to making your presentations have the greatest impact possible. She is a rock star!”
“Pretty sure this preso by Lea Pica is the best data viz/presentaion/inspirational talk I’ve heard in a long time.”
If you’re interested in booking Lea to speak at a future event, you can get in touch with her directly and she will set up a time for you to discuss things with her in a more personal way.
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Lea really, REALLY ‘gets it’ when it comes to communicating data: it’s not just data visualization, it’s not just slick slides. It’s a holistic approach to effective communication.
Lea is brilliant at teaching others to get their points across and not let bad things happen to good data.
Lea’s presentation was not just insightful and informative, but also aesthetic. This is quite rare in the world of analytics. The majority of speakers treat presentations as a smaller version of Excel. Lea showcased how to turn slides into a story that participants can’t wait to hear.