Funny Motivational Virtual Keynote Speaker Kay Frances

But, wait! There’s more!

Yes, Kay is an experienced virtual keynote speaker, but she has other skills in her tool box that might help make your online event an even greater success.

Virtual Panel Discussion Moderator

Oftentimes, the best information and knowledge comes right from the organization itself. Putting together a panel of experienced people on a video conference call is a great way to share information and best practices. To keep an online panel discussion moving and relevant, you need an experienced online moderator. Kay Frances has moderated many panels and has the skills and expertise to make your virtual event a success. Kay can diplomatically keep it moving if someone on the panel gets too verbose. She will make sure that everyone is heard. She will use appropriate humor if things become heated, gently guiding the conversation back to center. Kay will do her research and have questions on hand. This is particularly useful if there is a lull in the online event.

Kay will create an atmosphere that makes people comfortable to bring out the best in the virtual panel. She can field questions and comments from the chat and incorporate them into the session. This type of sharing of information can be the best part of a virtual event! Be sure your online event runs smoothly by trusting it to an experienced virtual moderator, like Kay Frances!


A great keynote speaker like Kay Frances will inform, inspire and engage your audience. She will:

  • Set the tone for your event.
  • Inspire the audience to take action.
  • Educate them with vital information to better their lives.
  • Research your organization & industry to tailor a message just for your group.
  • Make you a hero for finding the perfect keynote speaker!

What separates Kay from many other speakers is that she has the ability to reach across all socio-economic groups and truly connect. Kay’s keynotes have a universal appeal that resonates with both men and women, younger and older, managers and employees. And did we mention “funny?” We mean laugh-out-loud, thigh-slapping funny!