Valerie Geller

President, Geller Media International Broadcast Consultants

Valerie Geller, president of Geller Media International Broadcast Consultants, trains communicators to be more effective, engaging and powerful in 35 countries to help grow their audiences. Trained as a journalist for print, radio and television, she now works as a broadcast consultant, talent coach, trainer, speaker and seminar leader, to help personalities and communicators in 35 countries to be more effective communicators across ALL platforms -  She’s coached talent at the BBC, ABC, CBS, CBC, NPR and many more. She also programmed WABC in New York. As part of her current training work,  Geller helps individuals and leads “Powerful Communicator” workshops and seminars for broadcasters and internet radio and podcasters.  Her work is based on three things: “Tell the truth, make it matter and NEVER be boring.”  


Geller has also served as a consultant for several TV documentary films including:  American Public Television’s: “Water Pressures” (on Global Water Sustainability)  PBS TV Independent Lens: “Daisy Bates - The First Lady of LIttle Rock” and”ROTUNDA – 21 STORIES” – Nic & Becky Gaunt’s  award winning (2008) film, showcasing stories of lives that shaped and surrounded Birmingham, England’s most iconic building. 


Geller was named by Radio Ink Magazine as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Radio and was the recipient of the Conclave’s 2010 Rockwell Lifetime Achievement Award for Broadcasting, Geller is the author of four books, including her latest from Focal Press “Beyond Powerful Radio – A Communicator’s Guide to the Internet Age” (2011). 


e-mail: valerie@gellermedia.com

Booksite: www.beyondpowerfulradio.com