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 Ask The Experts: Unravel the Secret Psychology of COVID-19

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The Ilumni Institute and Divorce Lending Association Proudly Present Our

Ask The Experts Series

Coronavirus: Generational Behavior Shifts - Preparing your business for the shifts in buying habits, values and priorities with the information you will need to know.

People across every generation have changed the way they see the world, and how they will interact with it. On this webinar you’ll learn, generation by generation, how they have changed the way they buy, the things they value and the priorities they have made as a result of the coronavirus. Using state of the art and up to the minute research by the marketing and branding research firm WGSN you’ll learn the big and small changes you can implement to be able to stand out and work with new clients in the way they want to work with you post-quarantine.

On this webinar we will be discussing how the following generations will want to receive information, what they are craving, and how to do business with them;

Gen X
Gen Z

Watch This Episode

Originally Aired: Wednesday, May 27th, 2020
10:00 - 11:00 AM PST

Your Hosts: Laurel Starks and Jody Bruns interview Vicky Townsend, CEO of the National Association of Divorce Professionals


Vicky Townsend, CEO of the National Association of Divorce Professionals

Vicky is the co-founder and CEO of the National Association of Divorce Professionals,, a website dedicated to supporting men and women going through the divorce process, as well founder and CEO of Inspiration University, a company that is dedicated to helping women grow their businesses through education, coaching, and networking opportunities.

Through Inspiration University, Vicky was able to help thousands of women across South Florida grow their businesses and increase their bottom line profitability. Vicky’s events have inspired, motivated, and informed women entrepreneurs to be their best and create the life they want.

She has had a strong career in sales and marketing with several successful businesses. Vicky’s experience in producing high-level and highly-attended events, as well as creating specialized networking groups, has been instrumental in the development and success of the National Association of Divorce Professionals.

Vicky volunteers in several charities and their boards, including SHUZZ, a charity designed to give a simple pair of shoes to needy children around the world, and Women of Tomorrow, a charity designed to reach and mentor at-risk teenage girls.