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On March 11, 2005, Tyson survived a car accident that left him paralyzed from the waist down. On that day, Tyson lost his ability to walk and life as he knew it changed forever. What Tyson gained was a desire to inspire people to be determined in life and to live life completely.
Tyson Dever is a world class speaker that will inspire and motivate your group to reach higher than ever before. He is a graduate of Texas State University- San Marcos and now resides in the Austin area. Stemming from a real life car accident that left him paralyzed at the waist, his high energy keynote presentation will bring you to tears but leave you more determined than ever before. Tyson’s background as a speaker, teacher, and coach gives him an unparalleled connection with his audience. His drive to live life the fullest has inspired groups from all over to understand that quitting is not an option!
A leading speaker on peer pressure, risk-taking and traffic safety. Drawing from immense personal tragedy in her own life, watching her identical twin sister die in a car crash the day after their 18th birthday, Cara’s inspiring presentations focus on dealing with peer pressure, being a role model, avoiding negative risks such as drugs and alcohol and being You-nique.
Using humor and touching stories, Cara captivates her audience and leads them on an emotional roller coaster ride.
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Sean Carter with When Sean Speaks
Sean’s journey into his new life started at the crash site in Wichita Falls, Texas, during the wee hours of Sunday, March 27, 2005. At the time of his motor vehicle crash, Sean was a student at Midwestern State University majoring in Business Administration. He was the passenger in a truck, driven by a college friend who was drunk. As the truck spun and slammed into a tree, Sean’s journey began.
Sean suffered multiple fractures, internal injuries, but worst of all a traumatic brain injury. Sean is now well down the path of his new life. Although he has forgotten how to walk and talk, Sean continues to make progress.
Sean and his mom present his story to others around the nation. The presentation lasts approximately 40 minutes, but they ask for at least another 5-10 minutes for a “No Holds Barred” Question and Answer session. This block of time is vital to your youths’ understanding that Sean represents every man (student). He could be any one of them. ..and so could his Mom.
Please contact for pricing and scheduling. Contact Jenny at 469-323-5627 or e-mail at [email protected]