public speaking

Public Speaker Since 1979

At least, that's when I started to make the newspaper for debate & oral interpretation competitions, plays, & the arrival of cable TV!  I suppose my earliest training started when I was 6 years old in church.

I share my intellectual capital on several topics . Email Me questions about speaking @ your event.  My style of public speaking is interactive, improvisational, & musical.   I'm available for conferences, parent groups, homeschoolers, educational workshops, Professional Development for teachers, & other TED Talks.   It's never to early to schedule. 

Topics I Speak About:

  • Music
  • Education 
  • Healthy Living 
  • Multiple Sclerosis 
  • Performers With Disabilities 
  • Human Rights 
  • Parenting & Marriage  
  • Songwriting
  • Entrepreneurship for Artists 
  • The Performing Arts
  • Technology & the Arts 
  • The Voice 
  • Sound Vibrations 
  • Improvisation of the Heart 
  • The Art of Storytelling
  • The Language of Experience
  • Music As A Language
  • This Is My Story, This Is My Song: Childlike Happiness - TEDTALK
  • Don't Text Grandma: Put Down the Phone & Look Up
  • The Great African-American Songbook:  Ladies of Piano (Nina & Me)
  • Old School vs New School:  Valuable Pieces from Childhood
  • Music for Changing Children in a Changing World (CMN)
  • Diversely Special: Everyone's Included (FLAEYC)
  • Engaging Young Children in Music & Movement (NAEYC)
  • Introduction To Aesthetic Education (Lincoln Center Institute –Tilles Center)
  • Classroom Transitions with Music & Movement (Kravis Center)
  • Music in the World (Huntiington Arts Council)
  • Introduction To Aesthetic Education (Islip Public Schools)
  • Keep The Beat (Arts Horizons, Comprehensive Kids Development School)
  • The Hills Are Alive...with the Sound Of Music (Reading Music Foundation/ Berks County IU)
I'm currently booking speaking engagements for 2019-2020.  I'm interested in speaking with young parents with young children about old-school strategies for parenting creative children to balance our rapidly developing technology.                    PD Feedback Letter
Photo by Yesinia Cortes

Photo by Yesinia Cortes