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Mitch Savoie Hill, CPC
Engagement Expert 

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Mitch Savoie Hill is a Certified Professional Coach, International TEDx Speaker, published author, and Corporate Trainer with over 25 years of hospitality and leadership experience.

 

She is a first-generation Cuban-American who started in the hospitality industry as a singing waitress in New York City when she was 18 years old and later went on to manage teams for international companies in the hospitality, real estate management, and construction industries.

 

Working in high-stress, fast-paced environments in unique markets, such as Miami, New York, Atlanta, and LA, Mitch Savoie Hill developed best practices for dealing with different personalities and inspiring cooperation among diverse teams.

 

As the CEO and founder of SavHill Consulting LLC, she delivers inclusive leadership coaching, corporate training, and keynote speeches to help her audiences learn how to engage their diverse clients and teams to achieve optimum productivity and success.

Mitch’s charismatic energy and contagious laugh captivate her audiences as she enlightens them on important topics such as conflict management, how to inspire cooperation, and embracing Diversity Equity & Inclusion.

Mitch Savoie Hill is energized by helping leaders clarify their visions, map out actionable strategies and stretch beyond their horizons!

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"Mitch Savoie Hill is an absolute powerhouse! 

She is one of the most motivating, professional, energetic, and inspiring speakers

I have ever worked with and she has a way of making every single person feel engaged and important"

-Blaire Berto, Senior Association Coordinator, Meeting Expectations, MPI Georgia

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"Her ability to engage with different personalities is really unique in that it pushes the person to not only share, but also think critically about how goals are achieved.

-Natalye Jackson, National Association of Women In Construction; Columbia, SC Chapter

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