The GBA’s Professional Women’s Association (PWA), March 1 luncheon, “Spin it to Win it” features multi-hyphenate Page Fehling sharing her unique perspective about how to embrace change in an ever-evolving workplace and world. With an engaging and interactive style, Fehling’s experience perfectly aligns with the PWA’ s purpose of providing leadership, education, and networking opportunities to women.
A third-generation speaker and facilitator who grew up outside of Washington, D.C., Fehling graduated from UNC – Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Honduras, as an NBC Page in New York, and a news anchor in both Raleigh and Charlotte. Her favorite role, however, has always been as a teacher. Helping guide organizations, teams, and individuals become better versions of themselves is what makes Crawford tick.
Since retiring from broadcast journalism in 2021, Fehling has shifted her focus back to education and training. Crawford serves as a keynote speaker, emcee, and facilitator for corporate training focusing on public speaking and communication. She and her husband also have an award-winning podcast, “Date Night with Jake and Page” and have co-authored a book “Holy Crap, We’re Pregnant.”
In addition to her busy professional life, Fehling and her husband have three children, four pets and live in a neighborhood with 10 other family members. For more information about Fehling, visit pagefehling.com. To register for the luncheon, visit gastonbusiness.com