Dr. Donna Goldstein | Transformation Strategist

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Dr. Donna Goldstein | Transformation Strategist

Dr. Donna Goldstein is a 35-year expert corporate psychologist and Certified Health Coach. She is a former Corporate Training and Wellness Director, and respected author. Throughout her career, she has served as a catalyst, assisting over 200 corporations, nonprofits and government agencies. As a speaker and trainer, she has addressed more than 100,000 people in dynamic seminars and workshops.

In her previous role as a Weight Loss and Lifestyle Strategist, she developed an all natural lifestyle-based program called the Body Wisdom Breaktru. “Dr. Donna” assisted over 2,000 people worldwide in losing weight and achieving more health and vitality. She has been a frequent guest on radio and TV and was featured in a PBS special, The Miami Herald and Prevention and Holistic Health magazines. She has also contributed to 29 books, including 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Health with Dr. Joseph Mercola.

“Dr Donna” loves to teach in both the professional development and personal development arenas. She taught leadership, human resources, organizational development, cultural diversity and creativity/innovation in business. She served as an adjunct professor at eight universities including Nova Southeastern University, St. Thomas Univ., Florida International Univ., Lynn University and Broward College. She was also a guest lecturer for 17 years on Cunard and other high end cruise ships. She sold her Body Wisdom program in the fall of 2021 and currently works as a transformation strategist for individuals and corporations. She is currently on the Board of Advisors of RomTech, Inc. She is also involved with numerous charitable and humanitarian organizations in the US and abroad.

“Dr. Donna” resides in Raleigh, NC with her husband Vern and fur baby Izzy. She’s passionately involved with her local hunger outreach, and food rescue, sustainability, community building and the arts scene. Her international Mask Collection “Faces of the World'', was housed for 4 months at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, but is now seeking a new home for display opportunities.