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Elevator Speech - Mohamed Khan
Elevator Speech - Mohamed Khan

Elevator Speech by Mohamed Khan from the North Dakota Chapter given at the 2014 Annual Conference. The contest was sponsored by the ESP National Public Issues Committee.

First Place Speech - Michelle Parrot
First Place Speech - Michelle Parrot

Michelle Parrott of the Tennessee Chapter was selected as the first place winner of the Public Issues Committee Elevator Speech Contest. The contest was sponsored by the ESP National Public Issues Committee.

Third Place Speech (tie) - Phyllis Harris
Third Place Speech (tie) - Phyllis Harris

Tying for Third Place in the Elevator Speech Contest was Phyllis Harris of the Indiana Chapter in the contest sponsored by the Public Issues Committee.

Elevator Speech by Annetta Jones
Elevator Speech by Annetta Jones

An Elevator Speech given by Annetta Jones of the Indiana Chapter at the 2014 National Conference. The contest was sponsored by the ESP National Public Issues Committee.

Elevator Speech by Sally Lindquist
Elevator Speech by Sally Lindquist

An Elevator Speech given by Sally Lindquist of the Kansas Chapter at the 2014 National Conference. The contest was sponsored by the ESP National Public Issues Committee.

Third Place Speech (tie) - Mary Ann Leinhart Cross
Third Place Speech (tie) - Mary Ann Leinhart Cross

Tying for Third Place in the Elevator Speech Contest was Mary Ann Leinhart Cross of the Indiana Chapter in the contest sponsored by the Public Issues Committee

Elevator Speech by Cindy Kinder
Elevator Speech by Cindy Kinder

An Elevator Speech given by Cindy Kinder of the Idaho Chapter at the 2014 National Conference. The contest was sponsored by the ESP National Public Issues Committee.

Elevator Speech by Pamela Jacobs
Elevator Speech by Pamela Jacobs

An Elevator Speech given by Pamela Jacobs of the Illinois Chapter at the 2014 National Conference. The contest was sponsored by the ESP National Public Issues Committee.