Tip Fallon

Tip Fallon

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Tip's unconventional secrets to success offer a refreshing and inspirational perspective on the college experience. He guarantees students will leave with the appreciation for why they should capitalize on the opportunities in college and the practical tools and motivation to do so.

Biography

see www.SpeakingForChange.com for full information.

A distinguished recent graduate from the School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, Tip is one of today’s most dynamic motivational speakers.

As an undergraduate, he loved finding ways to improve life for students. He was able to co-found and serve as president of a fraternity, co-chair a cultural student organization, take the role of a Resident Assistant, and become a Clark School Ambassador for the engineering school. He also joined Varsity Colors, Inc., a team of MBA students, in successfully launching a company in 2005.

The Office of Greek Life inducted Tip into the Kalegethos society - a cohort of twenty students selected to represent the Greek community based on their leadership on campus.

Due to his contributions to the University, Tip was selected to as a Senior Marshal to represent his graduating class.

Tip began his career in a Leadership Development Program at an international manufacturing firm where he created solutions for projects ranging from Human Resource management to Six Sigma process engineering.

Outside of work, he coached youth soccer, mentored teen males, and participated in community events. Through these activities, he realized that his passion lied in helping individuals and teams reach their potential.

With a desire to harness that passion and ability into a full-time vocation, he created a vision in how he could help make the world a better place, which materialized into the nonprofit I Got Heart, and motivational speaking through Speaking for Change.

Discography

After listening to Tip, your students will leave empowered to advance their lives during college and beyond. Having entered college as a middle-of-the-road freshman, Tip found a way to excel both inside and outside of the classroom. At graduation, he represented the UMD School of Engineering as a Senior Marshall, an honor reserved for standout students.

His unconventional secrets to success offer a refreshing and inspirational perspective on the undergraduate experience. He guarantees students will leave with the appreciation for why they should maximize the college experience and the practical tools to do so. Tip has a book being published in 2008 and dedicates his time to launching a non-profit organization. Tip is a valuable and effective speaker because your students will connect with him as a recent alumnus, and while many speakers can only speculate on how to excel in college, Tip’s powerful secrets come from first-hand experience.

Set List

Sessions can range from 30 minute speeches to 4-hour workshops.

Go to www.SpeakingForChange.com for full information.