The Truth About My Destiny

The truth is that I am love.
I am worthy.
I am big and huge and expansive and able to give and receive great huge amounts of love.
I am bright light.
I am the essence of kindness and beauty.
I am more powerful when I am in love.

I am a visionary/social justice/badass leader whose core message is to empower women and girls so that they can channel their power to change the world.
I am a fierce public speaker who can raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations in a matter of hours.
I am an irresistible, visionary woman who leads workshops about igniting social change movements.

I am a mother who is grateful for the abundance in my life.
I am a woman who is grateful for the unlimited opportunities that I have to serve.

I AM FOR HIRE TO HELP YOU IGNITE YOUR FIRE IN:

  • your non-profit
  • your women’s group
  • your leadership circle
  • your high school
  • your college
  • your company
  • your political organization

I am here to honor my passion to uplift, inspire, change and heal the planet.
I am here to light up the world.
I am here to use my fire to ignite and send a message about leadership and empowerment.

I am a fierce, feminine leader and I want to work with YOU to change the world.  For more information about BirdGirl or for rate information please contact meat melissabird1001@gmail.com.

PhoenixRising

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About Melissa Bird

Melissa Bird is a passionate feminist who has turned her education in social work into a career advocating for children, women and their families. She is a fierce believer in preparing women for leadership roles in politics and has a wealth of experience working with policy makers, community leaders, and other stakeholders to improve access to reproductive health care for women, men and teens. In 2006, Melissa became the Vice President of Public Affairs for Planned Parenthood of Utah where she quickly took a struggling political organization from mediocre to powerhouse in just a few years. Melissa has written and passed into law six pieces of legislation that aim to help disadvantaged homeless youth find shelter and women and their families obtain unfettered access to reproductive health care. A spirited public speaker, Melissa derives great joy from speaking to groups of all sizes about social justice advocacy, reproductive health, women’s empowerment, and fundraising. Melissa has presented workshops at many conferences throughout the country such as: Planned Parenthood Federation of America-State Public Affairs Network: New Public Affairs Staff Orientation—Washington D.C. Planned Parenthood Federation of America-Innovations & Generations Conference—Seattle, Washington Troubled Youth Conference—Snowbird, Utah Child Welfare League of America National Conference—Washington D.C. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center of Mental Health Services Conference-Collaborative Approaches to Successful Transition for Children, Youth, and Families within System of Care—Dallas, Texas Melissa has played many roles throughout her life including preschool teacher, professional lobbyist, university professor, non-profit executive, wife and mother. Throughout her life and her career, Melissa has always held a deep conviction that she is here to empower others in order to improve the lives of women and children throughout the world.
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2 Responses to The Truth About My Destiny

  1. Bridget-Kate says:

    You are all of these things

  2. Claire Lopez says:

    This is beautiful!

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