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Hello James, I met you during the Bingeman's Leadership Conference in Kitchener, Ontario! I asked you, "What are your plans for the future?" and you said you wanted to travel, and write a novel. I was just wondering how that's been going! Also, I deeply appreciated your talk, your jokes, and your authenticity, it was truly inspiring.

We loved having Jake to Johnson & Wales. Since the event we've heard great feedback from our students who were able to take away very specific ideas about reducing alcohol-related harm on our campus and in our community. Jake was a fun, relatable, and dynamic speaker who used humor to address a very serious subject. By doing so, he generated an interactive, informed, and meaningful dialogue with our students.

Our Greek community is in the process of making a significant culture change from old traditional ways of doing business to a more open and contemporary process. Mike's program opened the door for people to have the courage to Stand Up, Step In and Speak Out on critical issues the students are dealing with on a day to day basis. Students clearly felt safe in the environment. Powerful program.

Dr. Nunez came to campus to participate in our Order of Omega's "Last Lecture Series" in which speakers give a lecture as if it was the last piece of advice they will get to share. His presentation was engaging and full of energy and he had our students engaged the entire time! I have never seen them listen so intently. The best moment was when one of our toughest student critics ran up and bear hugged him when he finished the talk.

Tim was the first speaker of a three night event aimed at raising awareness on sexual assault on college campuses. Tim's level of engagement with our audience was excellent. Additionally, Tim's "real life" story is both inspiring and informative to students. I would highly recommend Tim to any University!!

Sara was an AMAZING speaker and was exactly what I wanted for my leadership summit for my capstone event. Not only did she connect to the audience, but she got to know them and give them the advice they asked for. Her enthusiasm for leadership really shined as she spoke. I would without a doubt recommend her. The students could not stop talking about her throughout the day and let others know they missed out if they did not hear her speak.

Erin, You did an amazing job of reaching our women! Thank you so much for bringing the passion and really inspiring the audience! We love how your message is so similar to our platform this year, of women's empowerment. Do you have any suggestions of activities or events we could do to promote these values and keep the energy going for the rest of the year? Once again, thanks for being awesome! We all had a great time!

Hi Mark, You spoke to our students at Glenbard East High School on Wednesday, Feb. 18. I am a teacher at the school and wanted to thank you for getting your message out to everyone. I know what you experienced changed your life forever but you're making the best of the situation, doing what you can to try and make others see that this can also happen to them. You're making a positive difference in people's lives.

Tim gave a keynote for our inaugural Executive Leaders Retreat for fraternity and sorority officers and his message really resonated with the students. He was candid, authentic, and able to connect on a personal level with the students, even bringing in some institution-specific references that helped get students engaged. Tim is great to work with and students left his keynote ready to take on challenges they faced and make a positive impact.

After seeing this presentation today, his story really hit me hard. What shook me the most was when he said, "The worst part about it is, I've spoken to more than 2 million people across the country, and I'm never gonna know if anybody listens." I want to let you know, Mark, that I did listen. And I won't forget.

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