Inspiring Leadership & Transforming School Culture Through Meaningful Connection
- Campus Culture
- Leadership Development
- Youth Development
- Middle & High School
- Parents & Teachers
Fee Range: $5K-8K
As the Founder & CEO of Count Me In, Shane Feldman is the creative strategist behind the world’s largest youth-run movement.
With Shane at the helm, Count Me In has impacted more than 10-million young people to date through speaking tours, educational programs and major broadcasts. Shane has established an international reputation as a leader in the youth engagement space, and his thought provoking and inspirational presentations continue to help audiences reimagine themselves, their purpose, and their power to give back and “live a legacy.”
Shane has appeared on national media, been recognized by The United Nations Youth Assembly and The President’s volunteer initiative “Serve.GOV”, and he has been listed on Youth In Motion’s Top 20 Under 20 list.
Previous clients include FCCLA, GEAR UP, Microsoft, the International Student Leadership Conference, Pencils of Promise, and over 100,000 students, educators and professionals at corporate events, conferences, high schools and colleges around the world.
- 5 Hashtags of Life: Helping Students Reimagine Themselves, Their Purpose, and Their Power to Create a Legacy and Give Back
- Count Me In: an Inspirational Presentation Designed to Empower Students to Do Something Meaningful…Starting Now!
“Shane's presentation was fantastic. I was truly impressed by the message Shane gave to our students, and how he motivated them and kept them attentive the entire time. It was incredible. ”Demetra Droutsas, Principal
“Shane's message is fantastic. You really have to work on fixing your own backyard before you go out and fix the world, and I think Shane drives that message home one thousand percent. ”John O'Donnell, CSLA
“Shane has confirmed that by working diligently, being persistent, and by doing something you are passionate about, anything is possible. Shane is someone we can all learn from. He teaches us that we too can take our passion, no matter what it is, and use it for the benefit of others. He teaches us that we can all be more than just dreamers. ”Good News Toronto