Student Engagement Programs

"It takes a student at heart to understand a student in the classroom, that's why K.D. is so affective on college campuses"

Leadership cannot be taught, but leadership principles definitely can. There must be a sense of personal ownership on campus for students to lead well. We present principles that will put your students on the right path as they grow and succeed on and off campus. We know that leadership is really servitude amplified because the one that truly leads does not manage…they inspire by example.

Students will leave with the following in mind:

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“This brother is a phenomenal communicator that cares, and that’s why I had to bring him in to speak to our college students.”
Mr. Ronnell Dubose
Director of Student Support Services, Purdue University Northwest

Greek organizations have been pillars of opportunity, headship, growth, friendship, and history for over a century. But, are fraternity, sorority, and Greek life organizations living up to their full potential? Are they capitalizing on purpose, service, character, personal/chapter development, and leadership? Greek life students can’t just wear shirts to increase campus celebrity. 

They have to be about…”More Than Letters!”

In this engagement/session, members will learn:

"Mr. Wilson is an example of the kind of member, leader, and friend you look for in a Greek letter organization."
Beta Kapp Kappa Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
This critical conversation encompasses the truth that after every finish line, something else begins. But, you have to make it to the finish line before you can cross it. In this session we will look at K.D.’s 7 proven principles of academic success.
At the end of this session students will understand the power of:
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“Mr. Wilson is the best motivational speaker out right now.”
High School Student
Oklahoma DECA Conference
Take it from us, college is about so much more than student reinvention. College is about the exploration of one’s often hidden ability, potential, and purpose. In this dynamic and crowd engaging session, K.D. goes through some of the Do’s and major Don’ts he wished he would have known after high school, during his first year in college, and more!

In this engagement, students will learn:

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“I’ve brought K.D. back to speak to our students every year since I’ve met him. The message is for our scholars, but it’s always just for me at the same time.”
Ms. Christine Millien
EOF Office Coordinator, Ramapo College