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Daphne Clarke-Hudson is a nationally recognized empowerment specialist, inspirational professional speaker, author and a certified coach. Having more than 20 years experience helping others to lead purpose-driven, authentic and empowered lives, Daphne continues to bring insight, hope and solutions to our current and future leaders

As a role model she demonstrates the ability for people to overcome adversity. Daphne began her life’s journey in Jamaica, daughter of dedicated, loving parents. Her mother had dreams of her obtaining a quality education, but passed before Daphne was 14 years old. Even without much money or formal education, she was determined to lead a purpose-driven life. Daphne found opportunities to shine time after time, eventually becoming a nurse and then a career coach and program director. She knew there was more for her to accomplish and launched a new career in the United States as a professional in sales, management and coaching, finally earning her PhD. Throughout every position she holds, Daphne always finds time to counsel and guide others.She creates these needed platforms for growth and change through facilitation, retreats,coaching engagements and training sessions.

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Daphne Clarke-Hudson's Work Experience

Life Coach Institute

Transformational Coach & Teacher (January 2010 - Present)

Clarke Hudson & Associates LLC

CEO Marquee Global Coaching and Professional Development (March 1998 - Present)

Vision Weekend Conference

Founder/President (Present)

Self Employed and Loving It!

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Daphne Clarke-Hudson's Education

Ashford University

University of Bridgeport

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