Engage Erica to Speak


Erica has expertise speaking on a variety of topics focused on career management for the 21st century, and is a compelling and humorous presenter. She's been the featured speaker at regional conferences, professional association meetings, several universities, and job centers. Her typical subjects range from: modern employment, effective job hunting, the gig economy and freelance work platforms, as well as the future world of work.

She's presented to diverse audiences in corporate, educational, and public arenas, and worked with hundreds of organizations across broad industries from Silicon Valley start-ups, global enterprises, and Fortune 500 firms.

Available for webcasts, keynotes, panels, half day + whole day workshops, or training courses.

Selected Speaking Topics:

  • The Art of Employability©

  • Career Success + Security in Turbulent Times

  • How to "Hack" the Job Hunt

  • Leveraging the Science of Job Search©

  • The "On-Demand" Economy + New Employment Models


To request either an online or onsite engagement, webinar/Skype presentation, or workshop, please complete the form below to begin the conversation. 

For other questions you may use the form below, or reach out at: info@ericagolden.com.

HR Star Conference Main Ballroom Speaker July, 2018

HR Star Conference Main Ballroom Speaker July, 2018

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Every time I watch you presenting, I see your talent and your passion shining! You bring so much beneficial information to job seekers, and believe me, they are very appreciative. You have inspired so many people, including myself.
— S.S., Ohlone College
I wanted to send a personal thank your for your participation in our panel and workshop. I heard from so many of the people who attended what a worthwhile day it was and how much new information they gained…Thank you for all that you did to make our workshop a success.
— C.C., Bridges to Jobs
Your enthusiasm and positive attitude about everyone being able to find and share their own special gifts/skills with the world came through loud and clear.
— W.P., John F. Kennedy University