Steven LeMons is one of the most exciting speakers at educational conferences and on campuses today. Students, staff, and administrators benefit from his real-world content, dynamic delivery, and impactful message. Steven can reach audiences at their point of need. As a former director of corporate development, national training facilitator, and television host, he is an effective communicator who is skillful at the art of moving an audience.
As director and coordinator of the writing and learning center at the sixth-largest ranked college in Texas, the years of front-line interaction into the lives and challenges facing underserved and underprepared students have prepared him for achieving results when others do not. As a passionate professional, Steven’s corporate and academic experience uniquely qualifies him for the mission of helping to transform students’ lives.
Steven passionately takes students on an exciting and emotional journey well beyond their comfort level while strategically guiding them to critical and empowering concepts that prepare them for maximizing their strengths and unique brand of power. With over 20 years of corporate development, instructional design, national training, and facilitation experience, Steven has created and presents from an impressive portfolio of inspirational and educational workshops, keynotes, and video presentations.
Let your audience take advantage of one of Steven’s mesmerizing performances. These organizations have:
Del Mar College, Tarrant County College, Fort Worth ISD, The North Texas Community College Consortium, Grayson College, National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD), Methodist Charlton Medical Center, The Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education(TABPHE), The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth, The New Jersey Organization of Nursing Professionals, The Ford Motor Company, Cadillac Motor Division, Maritz Performance Improvement Company, World Class Automotive Group, Lion’s Gate Marketing, General Motors Corporation, Enterprise Financial Group, The Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company, Group 1 Automotive, and many others.