Kim David

Speaker, Writer, Educator

When my high school counselor asked me what I wanted to do after graduation my only reply was, “make a difference.”¬† That began a journey of self-discovery through A LOT of trial and error until certain lessons were learned.

I now get to travel around the country to have conversations with educators (and their students) about their own goals to make an impact and how to do it in a way that fits their own talents, skills, and interests.

Topics

Character Development – Leadership – Motivation & Inspiration – Classroom Management – Career Development – Community Building – Collaboration – Professional Development – Personal Growth – Social Justice – Service Learning – Program Planning – Assessment – Youth Empowerment – Volunteer Management

Keynotes

  • Reigniting your Passion when your Spark feels Burnout
  • The Power of Thank You: Getting what you need to reach success
  • Leaving your Legacy requires your Plan in Action

Professional Development Workshops include

Full day, Half Day, and Webinar sessions developed to meet your needs.

  • Team-building for Teachers
  • Positive Classroom Management that makes sense
  • Developing Partnerships that save you time & money
  • Grants & Fundraising to provide classroom experiences students remember

Recent Workshops

You’re Not Alone: The incredible success of networking teams for college students

National Society of Leadership & Success

Building Blocks of Leadership: Sharing a vision

Prescott Leadership Retreat, Maricopa Community Colleges

Rebuilding Trust after Transition in Education

Arizona Women in Higher Education

Teaching Information Literacy Behind Bars for Reentry

Arizona Correctional Educators 

Approach

I am a teacher and lead my sessions to facilitate connections that make huge impact. I speak on the topics of inspiration, personal/professional development and leadership with a fun blend of real-world situations, practical strategies, and humorous stories. These keynotes and workshops are a great fit for an audience looking to make a difference using their unique skills, natural talents, and interests.

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