"Justin brought a much needed spark of light to our students during a very difficult time."
Justin Riley, Chapman University
KEYNOTE SPEAKER AT:
JUSTIN MICHAEL WILLIAMS
- Offers action steps and established programs for follow up and continuing the learning and engagement. You’re not left with the “what next?” question. Accountability considerations.
- Connects with all demographics, racial identification, gender identification, age, level of privilege.
- Ability to engage in many areas of the institution: Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni.
- Maximize time on campus by offering a portfolio of opportunities for long term growth.
What People Are Saying About Justin
"Justin brought a much needed spark of light to our students during a very difficult time.“
Justin Riley, Chapman University
"The students wanted the day to go on forever."
GAIL CANTOR, ENDICOTT COLLEGE, DIRECTOR OF SPIRITUAL LIFE
JUSTIN’S SIGNATURE KEYNOTE TOPICS
New Student Orientation / Welcome
Student Services and Organizations
Professional Development for Faculty, Staff and Alumni
ABOUT JUSTIN MICHAEL WILLIAMS
Justin Michael Williams, 33, is an author, transformational speaker, and top 20 recording artist who works at the intersection of music, mindfulness, and social justice.
From growing up with gunshot holes outside of his bedroom window, to sharing the stage with Marianne Williamson and Deepak Chopra, Justin knows well the pain of adversity and the power of healing to overcome. He has since been featured by The Wall Street Journal, Grammy.com, Billboard.com, The Root, The Advocate, Yoga Journal, and SXSW®.
With his groundbreaking book Stay Woke, and over a decade of teaching experience, Justin has become a pioneering voice for diversity and inclusion in wellness. Learn more at justinmichaelwilliams.com
JUSTIN’S CURATED KEYNOTES
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More Education Leaders Praising Justin's Work
"Justin's work has been so impactful on my students that I've invited him to speak every quarter. His work and book are so relatable for college students. He meets them right where they need him most, at the intersection of mindfulness and action, helping students take realistic steps to enhance their wellbeing and better their lives. I recommend him strongly and widely for any university setting. I've never seen a perspective like Justin's before."
Dr. Shauna Shapiro, PhD, Santa Clara University
"What I love the best about Justin is how he approaches and shares life lessons with others he is transparent and so down to Earth. Justin has allowed me to focus on me and the humanity in others while also questioning how I have been socialized by the influencers/village that raised me. I am deeply enthralled with the workings of Justin."
Merrill Pusey, Evergreen College, Multicultural Initiatives Coordinator for First Peoples Multicultural, Trans, and Queer Support Services
"Working with Justin and his team was so delightful that we invited him back. Justin’s uncanny ability to connect with the audience, with authenticity, humility, and vulnerability, makes him relatable and that’s what makes him a joy to work with. Justin’s charisma, joy, and love for the work that he does is contagious, and he is also generous with his time and talents, and our participants couldn’t get enough of him.”
Richard Cardona, CSU Northridge, Wellness Manager
JUSTIN’S BOOK: STAY WOKE
Justin’s book, Stay Woke, is the only mindfulness book endorsed by both leaders in personal wellness and leaders in social change, including Jon Kabat Zinn, Patrisse Cullors, Marie Forleo, Shaun King, Yung Pueblo, and more.
Discuss with us creative ways to give this dynamic book as a practical resource to your team, even while remote.
OUR 2020 IMPACT REPORT
A pandemic didn't stop our stride. See how we made an even bigger impact when students needed us most.