Christine Martinello educates and empowers others to “Get real” and live with more love, passion and purpose.
She is owner of Training Solutions International since 1994. As an international teacher and author, she shares insights about leadership, life balancing, and Momager® topics.
Christine’s enlightening, interactive, and fun seminars have been highly acclaimed by both Fortune 500 corporations, and non-profit groups. Clients include: Kodak, The Greenbrier, Iams Corporation, Cargill, Girl Scouts of America, and others.
She is the best-selling author of The Momager® Guide: Empowering Moms to Leave a Loving Legacy. As a frequent media guest, she has appeared on many TV shows including CNN, Fox 45, and radio shows airing in over 200 cities. She has travelled to over twenty-five countries and Italy is her favorite.
On most days Christine is telling stories, talking to people or hosting “playshops,” learning events for people who want to live with more passion and purpose. She writes her real truth on the Get Real and Momager blogs. She is married to Bob, for over two decades and a proud Momager® of three teenagers in Atlanta, GA.
When Linda Hughes was twelve years old she wrote in her diary that she would be a “writter” when she grew up. She is living proof that anyone can eventually learn to spell. Today she teaches college and writes, with eight published fiction and non-fiction books. A novel and a screenplay have won major writing awards, making her inner child very happy.
Her experience includes twenty years as a road warrior, traveling the country and the world giving seminars and speeches. She has worked in thirteen countries and presented to at least a couple hundred thousand folks, including the Knights of England and the staff of Lucasfilm at George Lucas’s Skywalker Ranch. She worked with corporations, government agencies, every branch of the U.S. military, and countless groups of women. Herb Kelleher, a founder and former CEO of Southwest Airlines said, “You will laugh and you will learn. Linda’s a person with rare ability.”
Linda lives in Braselton, Georgia, outside of Atlanta, with her husband, dog, and cat.