Nadia Bilchik, President of Greater Impact Communication, is an internationally renowned television personality, communication and professional development training expert, author and keynote speaker.
Nadia has anchored and hosted feature programs for CNN International, CNN Airport Network and MNet Television (South Africa) and reported for CNN Weekend. Nadia is currently Editorial Producer for CNN’s Weekend Morning program.
Her uniquely dynamic, entertaining and substantive approach to communication skills training, comes from her extensive experience in conducting training workshops, coaching business professionals and delivering keynote addresses to a broad range of audiences both in the USA and globally, as well as interviewing high-profile figures, celebrities and corporate leaders. They include President Nelson Mandela, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Anthony Hopkins, Morgan Freeman, Matt Damon, and George Clooney amongst others.
Nadia’s clients include: ESPN; Porsche; Hudson Bay Company; Starbucks; Turner Broadcasting – CNN, TruTV, Cartoon Network; The Coca-Cola Company; Home Depot Corporation; INPO, Accenture; Imerys NA; Georgia Tech; Commercial Real Estate Women’s “CREW”, affiliates nationally; Jamestown L,P; Arnall Golden Gregory; Lathams; MSL Group; North Easter University; The Women’s Food Service Forum, ERC Worldwide – Corporate Relocation Specialists and Network of Executive Women “NEW”.
A sought after moderator, Nadia has hosted events for Coca Cola NA, WIT Connect for the Technology Association of Georgia, Ted Turner’s -The Captain Planet Foundation, Imerys USA as well as the International Women in Film Crystal Awards with Alfre Woodard. She has opened the SOS Children’s Villages in South Africa with President Nelson Mandela and hosted the launch event for the Georgia Restaurant Association.
Nadia is author of 3 books including The Little Book of Big Networking Ideas, small changes BIG IMPACT-Maximize the Power of Your Presence and Leverage the Power of Your Personal Brand and OWN YOUR SPACE – The Toolkit for the Working Women.
Nadia received a Licentiate in Speech and Drama from Trinity College, London, and Bachelor of Arts degree majors in Drama and English from the University of Cape Town, South Africa.