Wear A Killer Outfit: And Other Advice for Speaking Publicly


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6.0 X 9.0 X 0.38 inches | 0.54 pounds

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About the Author

Whether participating in after-school speech and debate programs or coaching other students, author Robin Stombler found forensics a transformative experience. Stombler has used her voice to advocate issues from clinical laboratory quality, food safety, and scientific advancements to health care improvements, and community revitalization. Stombler is president and founder of Auburn Health Strategies, a strategic and business development firm serving health and science organizations for nearly twenty years. She serves as vice-chair of the board of directors of a national laboratory accreditation body, is a member of the board of discipline editors for a scientific journal, and has been appointed to numerous commissions and advisory panels. A veteran of Capitol Hill and state government, Stombler has published peer-reviewed and trade journal articles on a variety of health, science and business topics. Her astute and strategic insight is widely sought after by chief executives, academicians and policymakers.


"Participating in high school debate was transformative for me and my career. The personal accounts in Wear a Killer Outfit show how the power of the spoken word continues with generations to follow."

Jean H. Toal, Chief Justice (ret.), South Carolina Supreme Court

"Testifying before a congressional committee is a high honor, and Robin Stombler knows just how to prepare for these public presentations. With her guidance, my talk was persuasive enough to yield congressional funding for a health professions program."

Cory A. Roberts, MD, MBA, President, Anatomic Pathology Division, Sonic Healthcare USA

"Robin Stombler knows how to take a David and coach him to speak up effectively to a roomful of Goliaths."

Keith Morgan, MBA, R.EEG T., Chief Executive Officer, Neurotech