Pharmaceutical Keynote Speaker
Propelling the Pharmaceutical Industry to Master Adversity and Triumph Through Change
Before becoming a keynote speaker Allison Massari had a profound journey. When Allison was 32 she survived a devastating car accident and sustained severe second and third degree burns on over 50% of her body. Her recovery, persevered with astounding hope, courage, and determination, involved months of pain medications, antibiotics, and other necessary medications to support her in achieving true healing and the triumphant life she lives today.
For those working in the Pharmaceutical Industry, it is powerful to connect to the patient experience and hear a heroic story of someone who has overcome extreme odds and found extraordinary success with the help of professionals in the world of healthcare. Whether it’s for your Pharmaceutical Sales Annual Conference, a Leadership Retreat, or an event tailored for your customers, Allison Massari has the experience and insight needed to deliver a deeply moving and uniquely encouraging life-changing keynote to professionals in the Pharmaceutical Industry.
Allison’s passion for healthcare and the well-being of people has always been a major part of her life. She grew up immersed in the healthcare industry, with her father, an oncology surgeon, and her mother a nurse. She was fascinated watching her father care for his patients, and began following him on rounds starting at age six. Inspired by his compassionate care, she later worked in medical offices, physical therapy centers and hospitals. As a burn survivor and after sustaining a closed head brain injury just two years later, Allison suddenly saw what life was like on the other side of the stethoscope.
In her pharmaceutical keynote, Allison Massari shares her journey – from absolute loss, to forgiveness and understanding – and boosts resilience, vitality, and well-being in her audiences. She equips participants with tools to manage change and overcome adversity, to be motivated in tough times, to have more confidence when dealing with difficult people, to feel genuinely encouraged, and to view life from new coordinates of hope.
Content Covered in Allison’s Keynote:
Navigate Constant Change
Reclaim Your Passion for a Life’s Work in Healthcare
Protect Resiliency and Heal Burnout
Encourage, Nourish, and Celebrate Your Teams
Transform Patient Lives
Receive Actionable Tools for Personal Development
Activate Simple Concepts that Strengthen Resilience
Achieve Peak Success Through Tough Times
Motivate Sales Growth
Inspire Patient Safety Through a Critically Acclaimed Survivor Story
Keynote Length: Up to 60 minutes
Why Hire Allison?
According to research from the Journal of Healthcare Management and Current Directions in Psychological Science(Wiley-Blackwell) programs like Allison’s are directly linked to higher performance, fewer sick days, more engaged employees, patient referrals, less turnover, and company profits!
Voted on the “Best Keynote Speakers” List – M&C Magazine.
Named 2018 TOP 25 Speaker – Over 27,000 Votes Were Cast.
Inspires confidence, expands hope, ignites courage, and removes blocks to success – fostering passion in life and work.
Unique history as an internationally successful entrepreneur, burn survivor, brain injury survivor, award-winning artist, and professional coach, consultant, and encourager.
Instructive, authentic, heartening, and transformational.
International TED speaker and Main Platform presenter at Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT).
Vision, clarity, encouragement, and a gift in actuating the steps to success.
Featured expert in the award-winning documentary “ReSolve” (narrated by Scott Neil, Head of Special Forces, US Military, Afghanistan).
Voted #1 National “Rising Star” by the National Speakers Association, 2011.
Author of the audio book “Ignited”.
According to Current Directions in Psychological Science ©Wiley-Blackwell reports that poor mental health affects employees in the following areas:
put off challenging tasks
lost patience with customers & clients
felt their ability to make decision was affected
Felt they were likely to have conflict with colleagues
Journal of Healthcare Management