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Offering interactive and action-oriented presentations on...

Leadership
Personal Power
[Social] Entrepreneurship Communications

Our virtual and in-person professional development workshops and speaking engagements are tailored to students (of school and life), early to mid career professionals, and budding entrepreneurs.

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Who we are

Founder and Principal Consultant of Working Within, Charlyn Moss, is available for speaking engagements & workshops upon request.

Charlyn has been recognized for her efforts as a serial entrepreneur, advocate, and business professional. Her expertise spans from starting clubs, organizations, and businesses, and from facilitating trainings, advising C-suite executives, and developing transformative mindsets with mentees. Charlyn’s inspiring and interactive presentations encourage personal and professional growth, leaving listeners feeling refreshed and empowered.

What We Do

Here at Working Within, we provide a variety of virtual and in-person professional development workshops and speaking engagements tailored to students (of school and life), early to mid career professionals, and budding entrepreneurs. We specialize in the topics of empowerment, leadership, and entrepreneurship and enjoy taking our audience through mindful exercises and action planning that leaves them feeling energized and capable.

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Workshop Topics

Our group workshops cover topics such as mindset, career planning, leadership, working from passion, entrepreneurship, branding, and communication skills, giving you the tools and confidence to successfully operate within the business world. Our workshops may be conducted virtually or in-person. 1:1 workshops may be requested as well.

Want to Book Charlyn?

"Real education means to inspire people to live more abundantly, to learn to begin with life as they find it and make it better."

by Carter G. Woodson

The Mis-Education of the Negro