Jeanne Robertson Profile

As a 6’ 2” high school basketball player, Jeanne Robertson averaged more than 30 points per game in her junior and senior years. She was named Miss North Carolina in 1963 and competed in the Miss American Pageant, where she was named Miss Congeniality. She went on to earn a degree at Auburn University and teach physical education in high school and college for nine years.

In 1976, Jeanne stopped teaching and entered professional speaking full time. As one of the most popular professional speakers in America, she has been awarded every top honor and designation in her profession, including the Certified Speaking Professional designation and being inducted into the CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame. She served as President of the National Speaker Association (NSA) in 1985 and in 1989 she became the first woman to receive the NSA’s Cavett Award. She is also the only female professional speaker to ever win the Toastmasters International’s Golden Gavel Award.

In 2000, the NCAA Southeastern Conference named Jeanne Auburn University’s Woman Entrepreneur of the Year, and in 2001, the North Carolina Press named her its 2001 North Carolinian of the Year. In 2003, she became the first former Miss North Carolina to be named the Miss North Carolina Organization’s Woman of Achievement.

Jeanne has produced four humor videos and written three books: Humor: The Magic of Genie, Mayberry Humor Across the USA and Don’t Let the Funny Stuff Get Away. She also co-authored How the Platform Professionals Keep ‘Em Laughin’.

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      • Jeanne Robertson reached her 6’2” stature at age thirteen. Perhaps it was an indication of a future speaking career that would soar to great heights.

    No, professional speaking might not have been predicted when Jeanne was in the seventh grade in Graham, North Carolina, when and where she would have been voted most likely to make the basketball team and least likely to be a contestant in the Miss America Pageant. She did make the team—averaging more than thirty points per game in her junior and senior years—but as Miss North Carolina 1963 she also competed in the Miss America Pageant where she was named Miss Congeniality.

    It was her participation in and perhaps even her losing of the Miss America title that turned Jeanne’s life into a succession of events which led her to be one of the funniest, busiest and most popular professional speakers in America today. Because she was asked to speak every day as Miss North Carolina, Jeanne traveled her native state for one year speaking at pageants and addressing civic clubs and corporations. When that time was over, she found that people were willing to pay her to come and address their groups and conventions and loving every laughing minute of it. They wanted Jeanne-not just a title holder-and they wanted her because she made them laugh.

    At that point, Jeanne still viewed speaking as a way to make a little money while continuing her education. She received her degree at Auburn University and taught physical education in high school and college, a career she enjoyed for nine years. But throughout those years, the requests continued to pour in for her to speak. In 1976, she stopped teaching and entered professional speaking full time.

    With the flexibility to speak more often, Jeanne’s rise in the speaking profession was nothing short of phenomenal. Clients and speakers alike were quick to recognize her ability. In addition to a full speaking schedule year after year, she has been awarded every top honor and designation in her profession including the Certified Speaking Professional designation (CSP) in 1980 and being inducted in the CPAE Speaker Hall Of Fame in 1981. A member of NSA/Carolinas, she served as President of the National Speakers Association in 1985. In 1989 she became the first woman to receive that association’s most cherished honor, the Cavett Award. The Cavett is awarded annually to one member “whose accomplishments, integrity and reputation are a credit to NSA and the speaking profession.”

    Toastmasters International named Jeanne the recipient of its 1998 Golden Gavel Award, given annually to one individual for accomplishments in leadership and communications. She is the only female professional speaker who has received this honor. Other recipients include Lowell Thomas, Walter Cronkite, Earl Nightingale, Art Linkletter, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Tom Peters, Mark Russell, Ken Blanchard and Zig Ziglar.

    In recognition of her professional expertise, experience, and competence, Jeanne was honored by the NCAA Southeastern Conference as Auburn University′s Woman Entrepreneur of the Year 2000. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of Elon University.

    The North Carolina Press Association named Jeanne as its 2001 North Carolinian of the Year for “her popularity on the speaking circuit, her award-winning ways, and her representation of North Carolina.” Past recipients include Elizabeth Dole, Rev. Billy Graham, and Dean Smith.

    The Miss North Carolina Organization named Jeanne as its 2003 Woman of Achievement. She was the first former Miss North Carolina to be so named..

    Jeanne has produced four humor videos and written three books on humor – Humor: The Magic of Genie, Mayberry Humor Across the USA and Don’t Let the Funny Stuff Get Away. These books are filled with reality-based stories, which illustrate her humor philosophy.

    While she enjoys making people laugh, Jeanne views the role of a humorist as more than eliciting laughter. As audiences are holding their sides and wiping tears from their faces, she makes her point clear. Perhaps that is why thousands of meeting planners make their point clear when they say…

    • Miss North Carolina yearrrrrs ago. (Can still get in the gown, but can′t breathe.)
    • Miss Congeniality in Miss America Pageant voted upon by contestants… (usually the one considered LEAST LIKELY to win).
    • Co-author of How the Platform Professionals Keep ′Em Laughin′.
    • Author of Mayberry Humor Across the USA.
    • Author of Humor: The Magic Of Genie.
    • Author of Don′t Let the Funny Stuff Get Away
    • Certified Speaking Professional.
    • CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame Recipient.
    • Past President of the National Speakers Association.
    • Recipient of the Cavett Award, the highest honor in professional speaking.
    • Recipient of the Golden Gavel Award, presented by Toastmasters International.
    • Speaks two languages fluently: English… and Southern. (Has trouble with English.)

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Jeanne’s programs share with audiences the secrets to using humor as a strategy for success in business and in life. She discusses the differences between being funny and possessing a strength of humor, learning to laugh at yourself and accepting things that can’t be change.

She challenges audiences to laugh at themselves, look for the humor in everyday situations, create their own humor and influences others to do the same, relieve stress through humor and take humor breaks.

"Humor: More Than a Laughing Matter"
In her positively hilarious style, 6′ 2" Jeanne Robertson soars to new heights while discussing the differences between being funny and possessing a sense of humor, learning to laugh at yourself and accepting things that can′t be changed. You will hold your sides and wipe tears of laughter from your eyes as Jeanne relates original stories based on her life experiences.

"Humor: A Strategy for Success"
In this step-by-step presentation, Jeanne helps audiences learn how to develop a sense of humor, which according to her is a choice in how you go about living. She explains the dynamics of humor, challenging audiences to laugh at themselves, look for the humor in everyday situations, create their own humor and influence others to do the same, relieve stress through humor and take humor breaks. As she relates her original, funny tales, Jeanne helps people develop a refreshing new approach to humor and the magic it works in our daily lives.

"Here he is...Mr. Meeting
Pure fun with a little message! Jeanne reaches into her big bag of original material and pulls out just the right stories for each audience and situation. An old fashion "after-dinner talk" that can be used in a variety of meeting slots. Not comedy. Hilarious humor that illustrates a point.

What People are Saying about Seeing Jeanne Speak

Rating Entries

    Virginia Automobile Dealers Association

    Twice in five years you have completely captivated our folks. They′re still talking about your delightful, humorous presentation. You are a breath of spring in an age of grossness and vulgarity. On behalf of everyone, men, women, and children, Hurry Back!
    –David P. Hurdle

    Independent Insurance Agents Of Mississippi

    To say you “brought down the house” would hardly describe the situation – people came from all over the hotel to find out what everyone was laughing about and then stayed to enjoy your stories.
    –Lyle Carroll, CAE, Executive Vice President

    Nebraska Bankers Association

    I have never, Jeanne…in my life heard such a fantastic speaker! I could not get over the bankers′ reactions to your comments last week in Kearney, Nebraska. Your presentation will always have a lasting impression on those who attended the conference.
    –Ellen Junge, Conference Director

    National Association of Realtors

    Thank you for your presentation at the Women′s Council of Realtors Annual Luncheon in New Orleans. Members are still talking and laughing about your remarks. Your speech was exactly what we wanted and needed for the occasion.
    –Catherine Collins, Women′s Council of Realtors

    Department of Agriculture

    Our audience will never be satisfied with future programs; they will want the quality of performance you introduced to us, and there is no one to take your place.
    –E.R. Cockrell Jr., Director, City of Virginia Beach

    Farmland Industries, Inc.

    Dear “Genie,”
    You do not come equipped with a magic lamp but you certainly know how to work magic with an audience.
    –June Gooding

    Associated General Contractors of America

    The Ladies′ Luncheon remains a highlight of AGC′s 65th Annual Convention and you were the sole reason for this. We are still hearing from our AGC ladies all over the country that it was the best Ladies′ Luncheon ever.
    –Hubert Beatty, Executive Vice President

    Pascagoula Chamber of Commerce

    As Clint Eastwood would say, “You made my day!”
    –Jim Epting, President

    Durant, Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce

    The city is still talking about your presentation and seem to want to hold on to the enjoyment you brought. The men in the group feel real favored to have been chosen as a contestant and their fame (?) has spread abroad!
    –Dean Samuel, Executive Vice President

    Pennsylvania Association of Tobacco and Candy Distributors

    To say the least, your presentation was a “smashing success” and later that evening some people asked “Who booked her?” and of course I took credit. It was a fortunate day that I listened to your tape and decided to contact you for my program.
    –Patty V. Enders, Executive Director

    California Hospital Association

    Your participation at this year′s meeting was the high point of our activities in San Diego. Your address provided exactly what we were looking for which was a lighthearted ending to a very full week of activity.
    –Michael S. Nolen

    Oregon Food Industries, Inc.

    Thank you so much for the absolutely sensational performance you gave at the banquet capping our annual convention. It is the funniest thing I′ve ever seen. You were the talk of the convention all day Sunday. As a meeting planner, that is a dream come true. They′ll remember you, the fun you gave them, and the message you imparted for a long time to come.
    –Steve McCoid, President

    Jackson Bank for Cooperatives

    The tone of our meeting is always established at the opening function. This year, thanks to your sterling performance, we experienced our most positive meeting success. Your presentation brought us all together through the medium of laughter and allowed us to share the experience. All else which followed over the next two days served to reinforce and compliment what you created with your presentation.
    –James L. Toft, President

    Mountain States Employers Council

    You were spectacular! You absolutely killed ′em! As further evidence of your overwhelming success, be advised that we have never received the number of calls on any speaker asking for the speaker′s address and phone number.
    –Kermit L. Darkey

    Wooster Brush Company

    It is very difficult to plan meetings and try to start on a “high note” which will last through the total meeting. You were certainly my answer to that concern. As they say in some parts of Ohio, “you done good!”
    –David A. Rowekamp, Senior Vice President

    Sand & Gravel Motor Carriers Association

    You were the talk of the convention as members visited with each other during the next two days. Our “Mr S & G” was overheard making this remark: “I knew I had it won when I looked down and saw PeeWee′s knees.” All of the “contestants” really got into their roles for the rest of the convention. As I′m sure you are aware, a keynote speaker sets the tone for the whole convention. You certainly got ours off to a tremendous start!
    –Dan Felts, General Council

    Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association

    During my twenty-seven years as executive director of the Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association, I have made arrangements for a countless number of conventions and meetings and therefore a countless number of speakers to address our group. Your presentation at our annual banquet was one of the most outstanding I have ever had the pleasure of witnessing.
    –Thomas H. Maxedon, Executive Director

    Oklahoma State Nursing Home Association

    Our people literally fell in love with Jeanne. Most of them told me they enjoyed your presentation more than any we have had and to bring you back real soon. I agree and you can add approximately six hundred “Oakies” to your long, long list of friends and admirers.
    –Dr. Joe 0. Rogers, Executive Director

    Fluids Control Institute

    Your ability to re-awaken the audience, despite a terrible seating arrangement and a series of serious and soporific lead-ins, only proves you are a speaker par excellence.”
    –L. V. Pace

    Agway Inc.

    Following the Agway Annual Meeting in which you participated we held a critique session. Your performance received universal praise. As you know we had a mixed audience of young people and older folks. All liked your presentation very much. It was outstanding in every way…a top quality performance.
    –H.O. Mills

    National Association of Farm Broadcasters

    I can′t tell you how much we enjoyed your presentation at our annual meeting in Kansas City…it was just exactly the thing we needed to get our meeting off to a fast start. A perfect program for the opening night of the meeting.
    –Art Sechrest, President

    American School Food Service Association

    Nobody could have given the ASFSA Industry Seminar a better beginning than you! Last Sunday evening will not be forgotten soon for you were quoted and discussed all week.
    –Elizabeth P. McPherson

    The Federal Land Bank of Wichita

    Jeanne, my limited vocabulary just doesn′t contain enough superlatives to begin to describe your performance or our group′s reaction to it. It simply could not have been better. It′s not that difficult to find a speaker who can turn on the poise, charm, wit, and personality when he is the “star.” But it takes a very special person to display those same qualities when the spotlights are off and the crowd isn′t watching. On behalf of our staff, we want you to know we appreciate you as much for the person you are as we do for the speaker you are.
    –Monte Reese

    Mid-American Lumbermens Association

    All we can say is it′s going to be a tall order to find someone to fill your 11 sized shoes for our future seminars! In the history of this seminar we have never before had a speaker that received only positive evaluations – as you did. To “grand finale” on such a positive and humorous note was like icing on a well-prepared pastry.
    –Jane E. Wike

    Federal Land Bank Association of Washington

    Somewhere a Land Bank – PCA Stockholders meeting must have gone over better than ours did last night, but I don′t recall having heard about it. When you shared information prior to the meeting about the propane gas business operated by you and your husband, I knew that you understood the stresses in agriculture. Yet you did not dwell on what farmers couldn′t do, but gave the audience the motivation to get on with what they could do. A farmer likes nothing better than listening to a little girl speak his language and when a “Little bit bigger” SOUTHERN girl speaks farming, that′s even better.
    –Gene R. McCreary, President

    Greenwood-Leflore County Chamber of Commerce

    I am so pleased that after two years we were finally able to have you speak here in Greenwood, Mississippi. The 66th Annual Meeting of the Greenwood-Leflore County Chamber of Commerce was our most successful meeting ever and for that we thank you. We have had nothing but positive feedback from the members about the program.
    –Warner Well Ill, President

    FMC Corporation

    There is no way I can adequately put into words the feelings and the spirit you brought our meeting. The compliments from our guests exceeded my highest expectations, as these folks are usually very guarded with their praise.
    –Susan J. Wendler

    Fargo Public Schools

    You had the complete attention of everyone of the approximately 600 people in attendance. The standing ovation and the many rave compliments we have received speak for themselves.
    –Glenn Melvey, Assistant Superintendent

    Haas Cabinet Co. Inc.

    The new buzz word at Haas is BATON. In fact I am thinking about having stationery printed with a baton pictured across the top to use when corresponding with our sales force. The fellows related to you, the girl who couldn′t twirl, and the fact you must always maintain a positive attitude when working with customers. We will have a record breaking year if the fellows attitudes stay as high all year as they were after our Monday night meeting.
    –Ray B. Wireman, Sales Manager

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  • Gaston Memorial Hospital, Gastonia, North Carolina
  • Georgia Food Industry Association
  • Georgia Key Club
  • Georgia Office of Adult Literacy
  • Georgia Power, Safety & Health Department
  • Glaxo, Inc.
  • Gold Kist Inc.
  • Grant Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio
  • Greenwood-Leflore County Chamber of Commerce
  • Gundaker Realtors
  • H & H Restaurants for Great Lakes Franchise Association
  • Haas Cabinet Co. Inc.
  • Harris Methodist Health System, Fort Worth, Texas
  • Health Midwest, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Henderson County Public Schools, North Carolina
  • IBM Corporation
  • Idaho Hospital Association
  • Illinois Association of School Business Officials
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  • Independent Insurance Agents Of Mississippi
  • Industrial Fabrics Association
  • Ingram Micro
  • Institute for Professional Development/The Apollo Group
  • International Association of Auditorium Managers
  • International Association of Fitness Professionals
  • Iowa Concrete Paving Association
  • Jackson Bank for Cooperatives
  • Jackson-Perry Counties Regional Schools, Illinois
  • The Joan H. Michelson Women′s Resource Center, Akron, Ohio
  • Johnston Industries
  • Jostens Learning
  • KanOkla Telephone Association, Inc.
  • Kentucky Hospital Association
  • Kentucky Petroleum Marketers Association
  • Kentucky Public Broadcasting
  • Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, Ohio
  • King′s Daughters′ Medical Center, Ashland, Kentucky
  • Kroger Company – Deli Merchandising
  • La Crosse, Wisconsin, Oktoberfest
  • Lake Charles Memorial Hospital, Lake Charles, Louisiana
  • Lakewood Conferences
  • Landstar Systems
  • Legacy Emanuel Hospital and Health Center, Portland, Oregon
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  • Life Care Services Corporation
  • Lorain Products – Reliance Comm/Tech
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  • MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas
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  • The Melroe Company
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  • Mississippi Power Company
  • Missouri Association of Student Councils
  • Missouri Bankers Association
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  • Mountain States Employers Council, Inc.
  • Mutual Distributing Company
  • National Association Elevator Contractors
  • National Association of Aluminum Distributors
  • National Association of Corporate Treasurers
  • National Association of Educational Buyers, Inc.
  • National Association of Farm Broadcasters
  • National Association of General Merchandising Representatives
  • National Association of Hosiery Manufacturers
  • National Association of Medical Staff Services
  • National Association of Pupil Transportation
  • National Association of Purchasing Management
  • National Association of Realtors
  • National Auctioneers Association
  • National Bank of Detroit
  • National Business Education Association
  • National Congress on Aviation & Space Education
  • National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
  • National Executive Housekeepers Association
  • National Farmers Union
  • National FFA Organization
  • National Football League, Pro Bowl
  • National Selected Morticians
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  • Nations Credit
  • Nationwide Insurance
  • Nationwide Insurance
  • NCAA Women′s Golf Championship
  • Nebraska Bankers Association
  • Nevada Credit Union League
  • North American Vermeer Dealers Association
  • North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals
  • North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Inc.
  • North Carolina Council forWomen
  • North Carolina Federation of Women′s Clubs, Inc.
  • North Carolina Hospital Association
  • North Carolina Society for Human Resource Management
  • North Carolina Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association
  • Northrop Aircraft Division
  • Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.
  • Ohio Association of School Business Officials
  • Ohio Restaurant Association
  • Oklahoma State Nursing Home Association
  • Oregon Food Industries, Inc.
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  • PanKow Associates
  • Parents Without Partners International
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  • Pender County Schools, Burgaw, North Carolina
  • Pennsylvania Association of Tobacco and Candy Distributors
  • Pennsylvania Farm Bureau
  • Pennsylvania School Boards Association
  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association
  • Photo Marketing Association International
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  • Pilot International
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  • Professional Insurance Agents Association of Ohio, Inc.
  • Professional Speakers of Illinois
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