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Nina Sossamon-Pogue

Nina Sossamon-Pogue is sought after speaker, hyper-growth tech executive, USA Gymnast, and Emmy-winning television news anchor. She is the author of This is Not the End: Strategies to Get You Through the Worst Chapters of Your Life. Nina shares her proven approach to handling life’s hardships, so you can control your own destiny.

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    Nina Sossamon-Pogue is sought after speaker, hyper-growth tech executive, USA Gymnast, and Emmy-winning television news anchor. She is the author of This is Not the End: Strategies to Get You Through the Worst Chapters of Your Life. Nina shares her proven approach to handling life’s hardships, so you can control your own destiny.

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