IGNITE Owner Kim Artlip Slated As TEDx Talk Speaker
IGNITE Wrestling Owner Kim Artlip has been announced as a featured speaker at TEDxVero in Vero Beach, Florida on Saturday, October 19th. Artlip who has made a name for herself as one of the few women owner/promoters in independent professional wrestling will center on motivating women to overcome stigmas that have kept females from top executive positions in business and sports. Her company, IGNITE Wrestling, is recognized as one of the elite independent companies in sports entertainment in the state of Florida drawing performers internationally.
She has made a focus of being in the community through PSAs, community events, volunteering and participating in event focused on various issues. In addition to being the brand ambassador of the company, she is an author, columnist, former talk show host, speaker, an entrepreneur who has been recognized for her work as a 2018 Woman Of The Year Nominee.
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