Inspiring Leadership & Transforming School Culture Through Meaningful Connection
- Leadership Development
- School Culture
- Youth Development
- Middle & High School
- Parents & Teachers
Fee Range: $8K-10KInvite Shane
Shane Feldman is a renowned youth advocate, motivational speaker, and social entrepreneur. He appears in the groundbreaking A&E documentary series UNDERCOVER HIGH.
As an expert on the power of positivity and human potential, Shane travels the globe sharing his story, inspiring corporate and educational audiences to create a culture of connection, and helping them uncover their value and potential.
As the founder and CEO of COUNT ME IN, Shane is the creative strategist and visionary behind the world’s largest youth-run organization that has impacted over 10-million youth in over 100 countries. Over the past decade, the organization has inspired tens of thousands of youth-led volunteer projects, equating to over 100-million hours of community service, worth $2.4 billion.
Shane is a survivor of betrayal, rejection, and social isolation. His world opened up and took shape after he stopped searching outside himself for answers, and instead took action.
Shane’s driving purpose is to help uncover every person’s passion, motivation and courage. He has appeared on national media, was recognized by The United Nations Youth Assembly and the President’s volunteer initiative, Serve.Gov, and was named on Youth In Motion’s 20 Under 20 list.
“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