Intuition expert Sheree Franklin is a passionate and sought-after speaker, workshop leader, coach and author. For over a decade, organizations and individuals have turned to Sheree to help them tap into their intuition for personal, professional and organizational growth.
She speaks regularly around the country and has been a guest on The Oprah Show, NBC-Channel 5 in Chicago, WVON-AM, WBEZ 91.5 and more. Additionally, she has been featured in Ebony magazine, is a regular career columnist with Black Enterprise and is the author of INTUITION: The Hidden Asset Everyone Should Learn to Use.
Earlier in her career, Sheree spent close to 20 years running a company she founded and successfully grew as a divorced single mother, where she designed, developed and implemented marketing strategies for corporate clients that included SBC, Alberto Culver USA, Inc., Waste Management and United Airlines.
Whether she’s serving as a keynote speaker, corporate workshop leader or one-on-one coach, Sheree’s unique approach helps her clients discover the fears that have stalled their success, shift out of negative emotions and learn how to better listen to their gut. She helps others play big, take calculated risks and enhance their life experience on all levels. She also motivates teams and provides clarity to impact strategic direction, overcome project challenges and boost conflict resolution skills.
One of Sheree’s greatest honors and adventures came because she listened to her intuition and took steps to follow her dreams. In 2010, Sheree was selected out of 100,000 people to go to Australia with Oprah Winfrey (a dream come true!). During the trip, she also had the opportunity to meet the Aborigine people and learn about their culture (another dream come true).
Sheree obtained her bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University and is a graduate of the Integrated Awareness and Avatar Programs, the DePaul University Small Business Program and Dartmouth College Tuck Executive Education program. She is an active leader in the Chicago community, where currently serves on the University of Chicago Women’s Board and has previously served on the Chicago Minority Business Development Council, the Goodman Theatre Women’s Board and more.