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Kevin Bracy
Keynote Speaker for 7th Annual Leadership Symposium

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The Speaker

Kevin has a passion for infusing greatness into his audiences. He has delivered messages for organizations such as AT&T, The Olympic Training Center, Enterprise Car Rental, 24 Hour Fitness, PG&E, The March of Dimes, Hewlett Packard, The US Military, Farmers Insurance, Medtronic, Disneyworld’s Wide World of Sports, just to name a few. He has been privileged to speak to over 900,000 students across America and was voted one of the top youth speakers in the country 6 years in a row by students and counselors. He is the face and host for The National Society of Leadership and Success LIVE Internet talk show where over 266,000 college students tune in to watch each broadcast. He is changing the culture of high school and middle school campuses with his anti-bullying program, Each One Reach One, The REACH ONE Alliance.

The Author

Kevin has written two books (and co-authored six) on a variety of subjects, including leadership, motivation, greatness, achievement, and change. He has also released scores of audio programs on these and other ever-relevant and life-changing topics.

The College Student, Athlete, and Graduate

Kevin Bracy earned his Associate of Arts Degree from American River College, where he played baseball. He went on to earn a baseball scholarship to the University of Utah and was the team captain his senior year. He left the University of Utah with a B.S. Degree in Sociology and a certificate in Criminal Justice. After graduating, he went on to play two years of professional baseball in Canada.

The Executive Producer

Kevin is the executive producer and host of the live show, “MonSTARS of Motivation”, a concept that coined the term “motivational entertainment”. MonSTARS was created to uplift the spirit and rekindle the dreams of its audience while giving up-and-coming speakers an opportunity to share their voice of inspiration with their community.

He is also the executive producer and host of Speak Up Speak Off, a motivational speaking competition. Kevin believes we’ve sung to America, danced for America, lost weight for America, made America laugh, we’ve even modeled for America… it’s now time to MOTIVATE AMERICA . Kevin Bracy’s Speak Up Speak Off Competition inspires a live audience and provides another platform for new speakers to be seen in a competitive live show format!

The Giver

He and his wife joined forces with another family to created It Takes Guts, a non-profit organization formed to fund research and raise awareness for childhood autoimmune disease. They are hopeful that the money they raise through It Takes Guts will help to find answers and a cure for their son’s liver disease and help other children facing chronic autoimmune disease.

He gave himself to a cause greater than himself by running a marathon to raise money and awareness for inner city students at Grant High School. He is proud to be a small part in the vision to build a Sports Health Academy and a brand new workout facility on their campus.

He and his family served as ambassadors for the March of Dimes Greater Capital Division for 3 years. They remain strong supporters of the organization that funds research and programs in an effort to end premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality. He chose the March of Dimes in honor of his two sons born prematurely.

The Speaker Trainer

Kevin Bracy has trained, developed and graduated over 175 new speakers from his School of Motivation (New Speaker Intense Training), which he holds in Sacramento annually. He's also assisted over 100 speakers to become authors through LifeChangers book collaboration program.

The Family Man

Kevin's proudest accomplishment is his 16-year marriage to Jessica Bracy, as well as his three children: KendraJae, 20 (dancer, singer, and actress), Kobe, 13 (speaker, negotiator, intellectual), and Kaleb (our angel since 2005).

Click here to go to Kevin's Web site.

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