Montana von Fliss has coached countless speakers all over the world. She coaches regularly for Microsoft, Amazon, AT&T, Tableau, Atigeo, and many other companies. While she works on a broad range of communication strategies, her focus is always on helping people overcome obstacles in order to achieve clarity, authenticity and ease. In addition to coaching individuals in speech and presentation skills, she also offers an Accent Reduction program. Montana specializes in training and preparing people for both live and on-camera presentations.
"Montana has made an amazing impact on my project and has been jaw dropping in her results. She is truly excellent." -- Kathleen Winder, Senior Director, Microsoft
"Montana is perhaps the most effective coaching professional I've had the pleasure of working with. Within minutes she was providing actionable advice that was improving the quality of our messaging and the effectiveness of my delivery." -- Alec Matias, CEO, Pawzii
“Montana is an excellent trainer.” -- David Talby, SVP Engineering, Atigeo
"von Fliss is wonderful...so funny." -- Misha Berson, Seattle Times
Montana von Fliss has been an actor on stage and screen for over 25 years. Seattle stage credits include Or and The Three Musketeers at Seattle Repertory Theatre, Rock ‘n’ Roll at ACT, Cancer: The Musical (a solo show written and performed by Montana), Hunter Gatherers, and Titus at Washington Ensemble Theatre where she also served as Co-Artistic Director for 3 years. She has performed internationally in Berlin, Barcelona, and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Most recently she appeared in the feature film BFE.
"Montana von Fliss was a delight, filled with energy and courage and pure likeability." -- Jerry Kraft, SeattleActor.com
"Montana von Fliss was able to resonate every emotion and every intellectual impact of the family-member-turned-primary-caretaker's experience in a way that rang out with each person in the room...you're bound to leave this performance so much more than just impressed -- but moreso impressed upon, tattooed, with a new snag in the very fabric of your being." -- Victoria VanBruinisse, Three Imaginary Girls