Speaking Engagements / Programs
What Others Are Saying:
- “It is speakers like you who make the day the most special for our community.”
- “This was such an amazing event! I feel very lucky to learn from these accomplished speakers.”
- “I had a choice to release my fear and reach for trust. And I did—I choose to believe that people are good. These choices, instead of fear, allowed for much needed hope and significantly changed the decisions I made along this journey. Thanks, Ken.”
As an international rafting outfitter, social entrepreneur, successful businessperson, and caring father, Ken Streater has studied cultures amid the deltas of Botswana, in small villages of Siberia, on the streets of China, and through deep conversations with luminaries and everyday heroes. In writing The Gift of Courage, Ken came to know purposeful people dedicated to community. Their gift is to empower others by using their unique personal strengths. Through these experiences and more, Ken creates heart-driven cultures, teaches classes on social responsibility, and delivers thought-provoking and inspiring live presentations for towns, businesses, or other organizations seeking insights to make their community better.
Ken is scheduled to speak at a couple of industry-specific retreats this spring and summer. His next public speaking engagement will be announced soon. Thanks for staying tuned!
Hooray Cafe Goodfest; May 4, 2017
Jon Bullock, Naomi Wachira, and Ken Streater performed at the RPA Performing Arts Center. Ideas about community growth, generosity, and doing good deeds were presented as we raised thousands of dollars for Treehouse Therapies, enough funds to provide dozens of physical therapy sessions for children in need of this care.
Central Oregon Impact Summit: May 10, 2016. This inspirational event showcased non-profit organizations that brilliantly serve the people of Bend and Central Oregon. As the Keynote Speaker, Ken shared ideas and provided motivation for developing cultures that ignite and empower employees, volunteers, and the general public, in order to build and support causes critical to each and every one of us.
TEDx Grand Forks: February 20, 2016. Held at the magnificent Empire Arts Center, Ken spoke about communities thriving in trust or struggling in fear. He illustrated to attendees the choice that we each have to build trusting or fearful communities and how each one of us can help create compassionate places of hope. Invited to speak here because of recent incomprehensible acts against local Muslim immigrant business owners, Ken shared stories of cultures from Siberia to San Bernardino, of communities that grow in trust or shrink in fear.
Grand Forks, North Dakota is a special town. Located on the banks of the Red River, this community is a place of innovation and heritage, where traditional ways are meeting modern means. See www.TEDxGrandForks.com for more information.
Ken Streater is available to municipalities, groups, and businesses for speaking, workshops, and more. Please contact us at 541-325-2027 or email@example.com