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I have never seen my students so energized and motivated than I did after Jess spoke to them at our Leadership Conference. She was engaging, passionate, and relatable to our group. Jess definitely left a lasting impression on our students and we couldn't be happier with her visit and addition to our Leadership Conference.

Marian University holds the Aspiring Leaders Conference each year for college students to attend, and Tyson was the keynote speaker for the event this year. I was really happy that Tyson was so engaging and funny, yet he was able to get his point across efficiently. I agree with the many others who heard his talk and said that they could listen to him for hours!

Tyson was amazing! His stories about knowing yourself, being comfortable with yourself and your leadership, and taking pride in the community you create was a great message for our students to kick off the year. They were inspired by his humor, stories, hugs, and easy-going personality. Thanks Tyson!

Stacy connected with our students on a very personal, vulnerable level. This made her instantly credible with them. I was impressed with her presentation, which provided a great roller coaster of serious moments, jokes (even self-deprecating ones), and educational content.

James was excellent! Those in attendance were no doubt inspired to take their power and lead this coming year with purpose, integrity, and authenticity!

Corey did a great job telling a story. The staff walked away truly reflecting on their personal, authentic self and trying to figure out how their self can be a apart of their position and not separate from their position. We truly enjoyed him and will look to have him back!

Michelle rocked the stage way before she was even done with the introduction. Our student leaders and first year students truly appreciated Michelle's transparency throughout the entire presentation. Our students are still having the conversations that #hazingisstupid and informing their friends that missed the presentation. You have opened the eyes our the Salem women and for that we are forever grateful.

I just wanted to let you know that it was a true privilege to meet you! You're a wonderful woman who is very, very good at what you do! You were born to be a public speaker... (that's what you should do when you grow-up). It is always enjoyable to see the new students fully engaged in your presentations. Thank you for everything and keep up the excellent work!

It was about 5 years ago I heard you first speak at my high school. I was junior, so I wasn't really into drinking. You're speech and video really spoke to me. To this day I can still remember everything you said. I am now in my third year of college. You're story has taught me the true dangers of drinking and driving. I will never forget your words. You have made an impact on my life and many others. Thank you.

Our community was impressed by David's message when he came to visit during our Greek Week. It was a great way to incorporate values into our Greek Week and aligned with our goal to promote Greek unity. Our students thoroughly enjoyed the keynote and connected with the message. We wish we could have had a bigger space to accommodate more students! Thank you!

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