Since 1994, Marilyn Pittman has been working with executives in Silicon Valley on their media and speaking skills. With her background in theatre and experience in the news media, she is an expert at coaching corporate leaders in presenting themselves and their companies to the media, business, and investment communities.
reflects her own performance career; she is dynamic, focused, and fun
to work with. A typical session may include a critique of the executive
on videotape, if available; a short, intensive course in performance technique
relevant to the individual's needs; and a videotaped rehearsal of an upcoming
appearance, whether it's an industry speech, a television interview, or
a conference call with analysts.
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Marilyn Pittman's broadcasting career spans over twenty years. She has been a talk show host, reporter, news anchor, narrator, and writer. She continues her performing work as a stand-up comic and voice-over actor. She can be seen in Ron Howard's 1999 film, "EdTV", and heard on NPR station KQED in San Francisco as a commentator. Since 1990, she has been the leading voice coach for National Public Radio stations. Her current client list includes Intel, Owen Media, Silverstein, Thomas, Rice & Associates, and Stapleton Communications.