Shane has a natural instinct for building organizations with powerful cultures of connection. In this dynamic keynote, Shane shares his unique insights into the communication strategies that will increase productivity, foster stronger connections, and improve the impact of your employees and your organization.
As the founder and CEO of Count Me In, Shane Feldman is the creative strategist behind a global brand that has impacted more than 10 million people 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 worldwide, worth $2.4 billion. Through his work with Count Me In, and various other projects including his role on A&E Network’s groundbreaking docuseries Undercover High, Shane has also become a leading inter-generational insider and a national voice on the topic of millennial engagement.
Through the use of powerful storytelling and humour, Shane will take your audience on a journey through the many challenges that led him to start Count Me In. Shane will share the strategy behind the movement’s rapid national and international expansions, discuss how he landed his first 6-figure partnership before he was old enough to drive, and give a behind-the-scenes look at Count Me In’s creative innovation practices.
Shane’s speech has left a lasting impression, and our team continues to receive positive feedback from attendees. He recognized the nuances that were important to the audience, and creatively incorporated our conference themes into his talk. Shane’s meaningful and thought provoking words acted as catalyst for important conversations, and helped make our event more impactful. I’ve never experienced another speaker like him. Definitely worth the investment.
Shane has a unique ability to identify with and touch everyone in the room. He is personable, relatable and inspiring. By inviting an individual with Shane’s stature and notoriety to present at our summits, we believe we succeeded in inducing a higher attendance and reputation for our events.
Feldman is a natural diplomat and clearly one to watch. Thanks to him, the popular image of teenagers as sullen, self-absorbed and disengaged is taking a serious hit.