Nikki MacCallum

                                                                                                    has traveled the United States with her talk, Networking Your Way to the Top: How to Build and Leverage Relationships, which pulls from her experiences in corporate America, sales, litigation technology, stand-up comedy, and theatre. Her audiences are typically major corporations (keynote speaker at American Express), and women’s organizations (ARIAS - U.S., WiE). In 2016, she spoke on a panel live on ABC News as part of Sarah Centrella’s best-selling book, HUSTLE BELIEVE RECEIVE. Nikki speaks and coaches regularly at the New York City Coalition for the Homeless’s First Step program, which offers free job training and career development for underprivileged women looking to enter the workforce. She also recently joined forces with New York City’s premiere public speaking expert, Nicole Wells, and launched the podcast “Why So Serious?: A Guide to Killing It At Work”, found on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, and Stitcher. Please subscribe. Seriously.

Interested in booking NIKKI to speak, coach 1:1, or to host/emcee your event? 

Given her comedic background in conjunction with her first hand experience in corporate America, Nikki is a frequent choice to host or emcee a corporate event.  She recently emceed a charity gala for the National Council of Jewish Women in New York City for which she was also commissioned to write and perform an original comedic song tailored to the event.  

In the vein of making corporate America funny, she was also hired as a comedic consultant to punch up Julia Pimsleur's best selling business book, Go Big Now, which has since morphed into a TedX Talk. 

She also offers 1:1 career coaching sessions that draw from her 15 years in executive search, and focus on resume writing, interviewing, and salary negotiation.

“NIKKI took the time to understand my concerns and made suggestions that not only addressed those concerns but tightened my resume without losing any substance. NIKKI has an amazing ability to understand what employers are looking for and how to approach them so that you as the prospective employee can get what you want.”
— Partner, mid-size national law firm, New York City