Free to Public!
Mental Health. Motivation. Teamwork.
These are the core topics you’ll hear from Lyndsey (Medders) Fennelly, who professes she is an “Expert on nothing, experiencer of everything.”
Fennelly, a sports enthusiast, entrepreneur, and former Iowa State women’s basketball All-American who was also drafted into the WNBA will share her personal story of hope and healing through two mental health breakdowns that led to a 37-day stay in a behavioral health unit.
Additionally, Fennelly will discuss how high-functioning teams work and how living life to the fullest requires passion, patience, and persistence.
Fennelly has trained over 40,000 athletes in 15 years for basketball, owns CampusCycle, a beat-driven spin studio with two Iowa locations, and serves as a color radio analyst for the ISU women’s team. Lyndsey is a passionate advocate for mental health, volunteerism, and a life well lived.
Lindsey Fennelly’s keynote is slated for 7:00 p.m. on March 23 at NIACC’s Muse Norris Conference Center. This is a free event open to the public, however, registration is highly encouraged.