I first started presenting/performing at the Wisconsin United Residence Hall Association (WURHA) Conference in 1997 with a program called "Improvising Your Way Through Leadership" a program about improv comedy and leadership. Since then my repetoire on public speaking/presenting includes multiple conference program presentations, high school classroom speeches, high school and college leadership conferences, and keynote speaking.
For my programs, I like to include active activities as well as solid lessons and stories. I feel that the things people create in my programs are things they can keep with them after they leave as a reminder of working toward their dreams and aspirations.
My speeches are always focused around short stories and anecdotes, tying in classic wisdom, and imaginative ideas. I have been public speaking since the Spring of 1998 when I was part of a night of inspiration at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.
To see a list of my experience and topics that I have presented or spoken on, please click here.
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To learn more about some of the people and organizations I talk about in my stories, click here.
To learn more about some of the stories of I written and am working on click here.