Let your audience become motivated by Ryan's inspirational story of his journey as an educator; a struggle to find the motivation to stay in the education field. A tragic event put his whole profession and his career into perspective. His story will not only inspire your audience of educators, it will provide them with strategies to maintain their own "professional shelf- life" in the tough but rewarding career of teaching. Ryan is the author of "Getting Students Seasoned" and "Club Funding Smarter Not Harder."
What to Expect
Options for inspirational keynote presentation alone or paired with additional workshop presentations based on Ryan's educator guides. Many packages available.
While Ryan has set packages, he is willing to work within almost any budget. Let us know your needs and if we can make it happen, we will!
Ryan M. Judge is an award-winning educator from New York. His student-centered, experiential approach to education fosters student success and achievement. Ryan has a Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Education with concentrations in Culinary Arts and Leadership Studies from Johnson & Wales University, Denver, Colorado; a Master of Professional Studies in Humanistic and Multicultural Education from the State University of New York at New Paltz and a Certificate of Advanced Study in School Building Leadership from Niagara University. In 2015 Ryan authored his first book, Getting Students Seasoned: An Educator's Guide to Teaching Students of All Ages To Cook and Maintaining Your Professional Shelf Life. Ryan continued to share his expertise by publishing Club Funding Smarter Not Harder in 2017.
Ryan is available for consulting opportunities, workshops, presentations, keynote addresses and book signings. His areas of specialization include: culinary arts; family and consumer sciences, career and technical education, career and technical student organizations, career and college readiness education, cooperatively structured learning, experiential learning, and work-based learning programs.
Additional Booking Notes
• Order of preference for microphone: 1) Hands free microphone (lapel or country-man mic).
2) Wireless Handheld. 3) Handheld microphone with at least 30 feet of cord.
• Sound System has been tested for proper operation.
STAGE / LIGHTS
• Ryan prefers a well-lit stage that is open and relatively empty. He does not need a podium but does prefer to have one available.
• Please leave the house lights on enough so that Ryan can see the audience from stage.
• Please sit audience directly in front of Ryan in a theater style setting. No seating behind or to the side of Ryan while he speaks.
• If Ryan is speaking at a school, he prefers to have the assembly in an auditorium. If a gymnasium is the only option, sit students only on one side with the remainder on the gym floor or contact us to discuss other options.
• The audience should be seated as close to the stage as possible.
• Please put a table with chair near the exit of the room so Ryan can share resources, take photographs and autograph merchandise for your group.
• There should be at least a 15-minute break immediately after Ryan's speech in which he can interact with audience members, sign autographs, take photos, etc.
• Two bottles of water would be greatly appreciated. Room temperature is preferable.
• Workshop audiences should be limited to approximately 50 participants (unless otherwise agreed upon in writing).
• For the keynote, Ryan will need the following additional technology set up:
o Laptop Computer
• For the workshop, Ryan will need only:
o Laptop Computer,
The Client is responsible for sharing these requirements with the appropriate parties (tech crew, planning committee, etc.). It is very important to distribute this sheet. If these requirements are not followed, Ryan does not guarantee the success of his speech.
Table with chair