Gatha Crowson, President of Crowson
Productions, Inc., a Motivational Humorist, is recognized
in the corporate world and association world for her expertise
in membership development - recruiting and retainment.
She is a speaker, trainer, author...having spoke over 7,000 times
in the U.S. alone. Author of "The Ultimate Recruiting
Technique: The G.A.T.H.A. Principle", a program
delivered at state, national and international conventions and when
applied turns any organization around, including the work
of the Lord.
Gatha says that “each of us are in the
business of recruiting and managing volunteers for the Lord...this
process keeps each Christian lady excited about her work
and her journey”.
You will find her
material “refreshing”. Crowson runs a multi-million dollar
sales force where recruiting is a part of her everyday
life and is in the top 1% internationally.
serves on the State Legislative Committee for AARP and is also their
Ambassador for the State of Alabama. In addition she serves on
the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club. All around
the country today she is known as the FaceLift Lady...you have
probably seen her on your local NEWS.
Gatha loves the Lord. Her husband and 5 children are priorities. And
what can we say about 10 grandchildren? They KNOW they are
loved by MaMaNaN. She takes time to watch their ballgames,
award programs and play. She says the greatest compliment
she has ever had came from two sources:
- What does
a Youth think? (they tell it like it is) George
State Convention for Youth-The Meeting Planner commented following
her keynote address, “I have never been to a convention of
14-17 year olds where you could hear a pin drop. A 16-yr old came
to me following your keynote and said, Mrs. Graham, here is
$5 for the T-shirt that I took without paying for it. I want
to do what is right.”
- What do her
son’s wives think? “Mom is the fun grandparent...
I am so thankful that our grandchildren have at least one grandparent
who believes that life is still about enjoying, having fun.
Mom wins “hands-down” the grandparent of the year award.
She teaches them in a fun way...You can often hear her praying
with the grandchildren over the phone. She ALWAYS has time
them, for us and for Dad or anyone else who needs her.”