New York Times bestselling author of "First Things First"; Kurt Warner's Wife
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Brenda Warner is a speaker, philanthropist, and New York Times best-selling author. She is the mother of seven children, a registered nurse, and a marine. But most of all, she is a storyteller who candidly shares her struggles in hopes that her life » Read Full Bio
Brenda Warner is a speaker, philanthropist, and New York Times best-selling author. She is the mother of seven children, a registered nurse, and a marine. But most of all, she is a storyteller who candidly shares her struggles in hopes that her life experiences can help other women. Through her message of hope and faith, and her charitable work, she inspires others during their own dark days.
As a much sought-after speaker, Brenda encourages her audiences to take responsibility for their choices and to depend on their faith when they hit rough patches. Audiences have cried and belly-laughed during her keynote speeches at women’s conferences, banquets, churches, sporting events, and business expos. Listeners have found practical hope through her stories about her family, her work with special needs children, her triumphs over obstacles, and the blessings and burdens of being a celebrity wife.
Brenda is also Vice President of the First Things First Foundation, an organization she co-founded with her husband, NFL player, Kurt Warner. As the creative catalyst for most of the foundation programs, Brenda’s ideas often originate from her own life experiences. Under the direction of Brenda and her husband, the foundation seeks to promote faith and to bless those who are struggling.
In 2009, Brenda published her first book, First Things First: The Rules of Being a Warner. Co-authored with her husband, Brenda candidly shared behind-the-scenes details about her family life, the values she has worked to instill in her children, and the importance of giving back.
Brenda is also a gifted photographer who specializes in portraits. Her photos have been published in the New York Times and other publications. She particularly enjoys taking pictures of the babies she rocks at a local rehabilitation hospital where she volunteers weekly.