Contact Hilary & The Strelmark Team

Need a Speaker for an Upcoming Conference or Business Retreat?

Hilary Fordwich is a proven global business development leader with a career spanning more than 30 years. Her keynotes are perfect for corporate or association events where attendees learn how to increase business through her unique approach on how to gain and retain clients. While highly inspirational and motivational, her sessions are both tactical and practical. She is consistently ranked the top speaker at national events.

Strelmark, LLC
Mailing Address: 1629 K Street, NW, Washington DC 20006

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Washington, DC

301-237-5118

Atlanta, GA

225-252-1420

London, England

44-0-20-7470-7292

Microsoft

“I must say that I really enjoyed listening to Hilary the most, and got the motivation to develop my network further in the Washington DC area….”

Ipek Tunca, Senior Business Strategy Analyst, Microsoft

“Hilary gave practical (and often humorous) advice to leaders in the area when she spoke on the topic of ‘resiliency’ at the KPMG Executive Leadership Institute for Women. Hilary is a dynamic presenter and infuses energy into the room when she speaks. It is clear that she has encountered many challenges in her career and life but has conquered these with her perseverance and tenacity. The participants could not say enough about her ability to provide frank and honest perspectives in an entertaining manner.”

Tracy K. Kenny, Partner, KPMG

“First let me say that I thoroughly enjoyed the course that Hilary Fordwich presented on Gaining and Retaining Clients. I am currently implementing the techniques with my client, coworkers, and friends. I feel that intentions when communicating are often misunderstood. The techniques taught in this class go a long way to ease and inform the manner and method of conversations that we use with clients, coworkers, and others. This is especially true when the conversations that we are having are tough ones.”

Mike Donoghue, Director, PWC