As a keynote speaker, I have presented for UPS (multi-city tour), Wells Fargo (over 25 engagements), SunTrust, McKinsey, Edelmans, Chick-fil-A, Toshiba and many others. 

I have taught and presented in India, Egypt, Japan, Korea, Argentina, Brazil, Dubai, the United Kingdom and across America. 

I present on topics as diverse as growing sales (“Rock Stars in an Elevator”), personal development (“Personality by Decision”), healthcare transparency, marketing to children, ethical hacking, and a new way to look at entrepreneurship. 

In March 2014, my small business radio show won the SBA Media Award. School for Startups Radio is on 12 AmFm stations and many internet platforms. I have interviewed Shark Tank judges and winners, billionaires, bestselling authors, and countless entrepreneurs. 

My McGraw-Hill book (School for Startups) was published in June 2011 and reached as high as number 9 on all of Amazon (not just in its category). The book continues to be a best seller after 3 years and received 4.8 stars from over 85 reviewers. It was excerpted by Entrepreneur magazine and the Wall Street Journal India.

I was featured in a UPS commercial, was referred to as the Simon Cowell of venture capital by CNN, and have appeared on NPR, MBNBC, CNN, and in the New York Times.

I led the fundraising team for healthpons, the Travelocity of healthcare and presented to White House officials in the Spring of 2013 and was invited to the WH Christmas party in 2013. Raised $1 million at a $15 million pre-revenue valuation!

At the age of 25, I started the American Computer Experience and grew the company with no capital infusion to $12 million in annual revenue and to over 700 employees. The company was the world’s largest technology training company for children, and enjoyed tie-ins with Microsoft, Intel, Lego, NASA, and many others. 

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