Biography: Holly Elissa Bruno, MA, JD, author, attorney and acclaimed keynote speaker hosts online radio program: Heart to Heart Conversations on Leadership: Your Guide to Making a Difference on BAMradionetwork.com.
Holly Elissa served as Assistant Attorney General for the state of Maine and Assistant Dean at the University of Maine School of Law. While working as Associate Professor and Dean of Faculty at the University of Maine-Augusta, Holly Elissa was selected "Outstanding Professor".
An alumna of Harvard University's Institute for Educational Management, she teaches leadership courses for The McCormick Center for Early Childhood Leadership and Wheelock College.
Holly Elissa’s books include What You Need to Lead an Early Childhood Program: Emotional Intelligence in Practice (NAEYC, 2012) and Preventing Legal Flare-ups in Early Childhood Programs (Columbia University’s Teachers College Press, November 2012). Redleaf Press will release Holly Elissa’s co-authored book, Leadership Lessons Learned from the Bumps in the Road in June 2013.
You can listen to pod cast interviews with Holly Elissa on NAEYC Radio, National Head Start Association Radio, and National Association of School Principals Radio. Tune in to Holly Elissa's online radio program, Heart to heart Conversations on Leadership: Your guide to making a difference at BAMradionetwork.com or via Holly's website: hollyelissabruno.com
Holly Elissa's keynotes receive stellar audience reviews from Reykjavik to Phoenix, Tulsa to Tampa and Washington, DC to Anchorage, Alaska. To “recovering attorney” Holly Elissa, life is a joyous daily adventure.