As the CEO of Corgenius, Amy Florian combines the best of neuroscience and psychology with a good dose of humor in training professionals to build strong relationships with clients through all the losses and transitions of life. An internationally acclaimed speaker and expert, she is author of over 150 articles and the books “No Longer Awkward” winner of a C-Suite Book Award, and “A Friend Indeed: Help Someone You Love When They Grieve,” which won a 2017 International Book Award. She was recently honored with several other awards for her ground-breaking work including: - The 20 Most Creative People in Insurance and Financial Services from LifeHealthPro - Influential Woman in Business from the National Association of Women Business Owners - Women of Influence from the Chicago Business Journal - 2017 List of 25 FrontRunners and Influencers from Investment Advisor Magazine Amy has appeared in numerous financial publications and outlets, including but not limited to the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Forbes, MSN Money, Barron’s, On Wall Street, the Journal of Financial Planning, Investment News, and Wealth Management. Amy holds a Master’s Degree and is a Fellow in Thanatology (the highest level of certification in the field of grief studies). She taught a graduate class at Loyola University of Chicago for almost 10 years, she has worked with over 2,000 grieving people, and she consults with firms, corporations, and individuals across the country and the globe. On a personal level, Amy is one of ten children and bakes amazing homemade cinnamon rolls and chocolate chip cookies!