DEVELOPING MENTAL MARATHONERS
Why must you decide between two types of keynote speakers? An athlete, who has exciting stories, but can’t relate to the audience, or a business expert, who relates to the audience, but isn’t as exciting as the athlete. Unfortunately, your budget allows for one speaker. However, with Anthony Reed, you get an international, hands-on executive and a hall of fame, history making, 131-time marathoner.
He fuses global executive IT project management experiences with international athletics. He’ll give your audience the tools to become more self-motivated, more flexible, and able to fully engage their co-workers and subject matter experts to deliver better solutions.
This isn’t theory. These are real-world, practical solutions.
This 25-year, business executive started his career as a DBA and taught collegiate logical and physical DB design courses. As his responsibilities expanded to manage all international enterprise applications, he sought professional certifications in those areas; certified in project management (PMP), accounting (CPA), and supply chain management. His project teams implemented a $12 million international project for ONLY $2.6 million and a 27-month project in nine months. He’s received national recognition and awards from professional accounting, project management, and technology organizations.
He spent several years on the Oracle Applications Users Group (OAUG) board of directors and the Dallas Oracle Users Group CIO Advisory Council. He also served on the board of directors for the Dallas (formerly White Rock) Marathon, Running USA, and other non-profit organizations.
As an international athlete, hall of fame marathoner, and certified distance running coach, he’s one of about 50 people in the world who completed the marathon “hat trick.” This involves finishing (1) at least 100 marathons (2) in all 50 States and (3) all seven continents. He won age group and weight division medals and trophies for placing in national and international 5K's, marathons (26.2 miles/42.2K) and biathlons (biking/running). He’s also a triathlete. He's the first Black in the world to complete marathons on all seven continents, including Antarctica.
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