Dear Dr. Nelson:
I wanted to thank you again for presenting on March 3rd to the 10th Annual Women’s History Luncheon co-sponsored by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and the Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics Program (WISEM) at Colorado School of Mines. You did such a great job of talking about gender communication in a way that everyone, from our students to the President, could understand and appreciate.
This was one of the largest Women’s History Month Luncheons with over 230 students, faculty, staff and NREL employees in attendance. So many people thanked me for bringing you to campus-you were a big hit! They have particularly commented on your ability to make this topic interesting, entertaining, and informative.
Again, thank you for making the 2010 Women’s History Lecture Luncheon such a great event. I hope our paths cross again in the future!
Debra K. Lasich
Colorado school of Mines
Code Switching: How to Talk so Men will Listen -
- The course was very educational and enjoyable. The stories were relevant and entertaining. I would recommend this course to everyone!
- Audrey is an excellent trainer. She knows her stuff and has started to enlighten me in gender communication. This is only the beginning. I want to learn more.
- Great information. Thanks for the code switching tips.
- I can apply this to work and home. It was great. Thank you so much for providing insights into male-female communication.
Lokey Graduate School of Business
Your presentation was the highlight of our networking events, and I continue to hear positive comments about it. I, and all of us, appreciated it immensely.
Having you back would be delightful.
Professor of Economics
Department of Economics