Speaking/Contact

“The beauty of potential is that, one doesn’t have to be the most popular, the prettiest, the coolest, or the smartest…however; all we have to do is have a vision and have faith that our dreams will come true if we work hard and work smart…  And we water and fertilize our dreams through our heart, our head and our habits…” – David McGhee

Speech Topics:

  • Burying Success and Giving Birth to Significance
  • Education is the Key…and Keys Open Doors
  • Mentoring Matters
  • The Person!  The People!  The Potential!

Other topics include:

  • Black Male Perspective
  • Current Affairs
  • Leadership
  • Youth Culture

Recent and Upcoming Presentations:

Keynote Speaker, Academy of Flint, 8th Grade Graduation, June 2012

Keynote Speaker, Beecher Scholarship Incentive Program’s Senior Banquet, May 2012

Keynote Speaker, Flint Community Schools, Classical Academy Honors Night, May 2012

Presenter, National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community, Tampa, FL, May 2012

Keynote Speaker, Flint S.T.A.R. (Smart Teachers as Role Models) Program’s 5th Anniversary of Service Learning, May 2012

Panelist, Open Society Foundations Campaign for Black Male Achievement, Strategic Convening, Louisville, KY, March 2012

Panelist, African-American Leaders Closing The Gap, February 2012

Keynote Speaker, YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne, Christian Leadership Conference: Fueling Your Faith, October 2011

Panelist, Urban League of Flint Community Cultural Arts Festival, “Does Hip-Hop Influence the Community?”, August 2011

Keynote Speaker, United Way of Broward County (Fort Lauderdale, FL), Youth Leadership Training Institute, July 2011

Keynote Speaker, Upper Room Missionary Baptist Church, Youth Day, June 2011

Commencement Speaker, Flint Community Schools, All-City Commencement, June 2011

Guest Speaker, Grace Emmanuel Baptist Church, Celebration Under the Stars, May 2011

Keynote Speaker, U of M-Flint, Pre-College Programs Banquet, May 2011

Guest Speaker, Flint Southwestern Academy, Black History Month, February 2011

Guest Speaker, Mott Adult High School, Black History Month, February 2011

Guest Speaker, U of M-Flint, Parent University, February 2011

Keynote Speaker, U of M-Flint, Students for Black Achievement MLK Celebration, January 2011

Luncheon Speaker, Resource Genesee, Leadership Genesee, October 2010

TED Speaker, TEDxFlint, October 2010

Men’s Day Speaker, Foss Avenue Baptist Church, June 2010

Keynote Speaker, Dort Elementary School, 6th Grade Graduation, June 2010

Keynote Speaker, Center Academy, 8th Grade Graduation, June 2010

Commencement Speaker, Flint Classical Academy, High School Commencement, June 2010

Keynote Speaker, Center Academy, Black History Program, February 2010

Keynote Speaker, Everlasting Ministries, Youth Program, November 2009

Keynote Speaker, Michigan Youth Opportunities Initiative, Foster Care Program, August 2009

Presenter, Flint Community Schools, Summer Camp Training, June 2009

Keynote Speaker, St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, Youth Day, June 2009

Keynote Speaker, Urban League of Flint, Salute to Black Scholars, May 2009

Keynote Speaker, Upward Bound, Annual Banquet, May 2009

For more information or to book David to speak to your church, school, organization, business or group please contact: david.r.mcghee@gmail.com

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2 thoughts on “Speaking/Contact”

  1. “It doesn’t matter if you get knocked down, pushed down or you fall down on your own,there is only one way to get back up.”

  2. Mr. McGhee, I applaud your efforts to reach youth and being a change agent. I would like to speak with you about speaking to a group of young men at Oakland University called the Circle of Brotherhood (COB). THe COB is an all male support group geared toward African American males. The group has open discussions about a range of issues that are of concern to them. In the video you have posted above, you mentioned the importance of shifting your approach. I think that message would resonate with our young men and spark them to think critically bout what has brought them this far in their lives and how they can get further.

    Thanks in advance for your time and consideration,

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