Dawn Bryant is passionate — about health, fitness, leadership, purpose and hope. She’s a businesswoman, an entrepreneur, a speaker, a health and fitness crusader, a food lover, and a believer in people. Two decades of business experience, combined with personal experiences from her own life, including her 140-pound weightloss landing her in People magazine, on Good Morning America, and in Women’s World magazine (among others) fuel her mission of living to inspire and help people discover untapped possibility, strength and greatness ALREADY living inside of them.
Dawn has amassed a deep and diverse well of professional and personal experiences in 42 years. She has worked inside of giant corporations, advised senior executives in some of the biggest companies in the world, consulted for non-profits, launched a church and served as a pastor, helped people and organizations articulate and share their stories on local and national platforms, she’s managed crises and averted others, she’s started businesses, and she’s tended and cared for those businesses as they’ve grown and touched uncountable lives. She’s taken giant risks — both personally and professionally — because the opportunities were too incredible to ignore. She’s experienced infertility, death of close family, and horrific tragedy. And — in good and bad times — she’s met incredible human beings along the way who have kept her purpose-focused on living her legacy. Now.
The most incredible human she’s met along the way is her husband of more than 17 years: Rodney. They make the most of life while helping each other become stronger versions of themselves so they can truly love and give to the people and causes they care for deeply. They love their Jack Russell Terrier (Cali), traveling, good wine, working out, making memories with their closest friends, and being regulars at their favorite restaurants and bars.
Fueled by inspiring others to discover their own strengths, she’s shared her story and perspectives in many diverse venues (in and out of the U.S.), including big corporations, small businesses, non-profits, business networking groups, churches, and community gatherings (not to mention news media).