Dr. Luis Camillo Almeida has given a number of speeches in his career as a college professor. Dr. A has served as the keynote speaker for the C-CUE Conference, an undergraduate consortium of educational institutions with the goal of advancing computers in education, served as gala award speaker at Jackson State University, have delivered a TEDx in Phoenixville, PA, among many others.
He assists small businesses and students to connect the dots between technology development and human behavior. A former small business owner himself, Dr. A works in a collaborative, fact-driven, creative thinking manner along with a keen human and business instinct to assist small businesses and students with positioning themselves using technology in the emergent and chaotic contemporary market.
Dr. Almeida is detailed oriented and multifaceted holding training in leadership from Harvard University and featured in the Wall Street Journal for his work in leadership and many media outlets for his work in techno Moderation.
In our over-communicated society, less is more. Dr. A can assist you with positioning and putting in practice campaigns that work in the twenty first century with public speaking. Possessing qualities of exhortation, he can be your best cheerleader and voice for your company or event. His enthusiasm towards your product, service or career is evident after only a few minutes of speaking.
The testimonials below indicate his commitment to the craft.
“I am so impressed at the amount of literature you are cranking out! You did fantastic yesterday, by the way. I believe the crowd was very enthralled by you; you certainly held their attention!” Colby Denton, Cleveland Daily Banner.
“Thanks so much for speaking to the group today. It sparked a much needed conversation about what is the expectation that employers should have for their employees and the importance of interpersonal communication.” Kate Chapman, Assistant To The VP Of Academic Affairs, Lee University.
It was so good having you at our Nonprofit Leadership Development Session this past Friday. We all greatly enjoyed your presentation and engagement! The tips that you provided are pertinent both for what the interns are doing now and what they will be doing in the future. Additionally, the content was very helpful for the initiative that we have going on currently. We especially loved how you made the content relatable for each of the participants, whether they were business or psychology majors. Your flexibility in presenting so last minute, your passion for the subject matter, and your deep care for those you presented to was evident and so appreciated. Thank you again for coming to share with and empower our staff and interns. We look forward to working with you more in the future and for what that will bring to our organization and community! Shawna Wood, United Way