As a leading youth speaker and author, Patrick George has been conducting assemblies and workshops that produce results. His programs are highly-interactive, high-energy learning experiences. Audiences will be ready to set goals, face fears, make healthy choices and strive to become leaders with extraordinary character.

Patrick’s greatest strengths are his ability to provide experiential leadership lessons, and to communicate with his audience. He combines his strengths along with his energy to challenge you to make a difference in your school, workplace or home.



Patrick George has been delighting and encouraging people of all ages since he was young. Patrick was presenting semi-professionally while he was still in high school as a student leader involved in Student Council, JROTC, Future Educators of America, DECA, and other student organizations in Broward County, Florida. Patrick was awarded the Silver Knight Award from the Miami Herald for his volunteer work in the area of speech, working with elementary and middle school students in both leadership and drop-out prevention programs.

He volunteered with both elementary and high school students while attending college in Tallahassee. During his early years, he was on staff at camps sponsored by National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) and FASC as well as Broward County Schools. Patrick’s involvement with these camps spanned about eight years. He also served as Assistant Director to the Alaska Association of Student Councils Summer Leadership Camp for five years. He also served as Director of the Broward County Middle Level Leadership Camp. In addition to those experiences, Patrick has worked in human resources for a Fortune 500 company. He has managed retail sales, been a stay-at-home parent and taught school, along with other character building experiences that make him the role model and presenter he is today. Patrick George has delivered more than 2,000 motivational presentations at conferences, colleges and schools throughout the United States and Canada. Patrick currently lives in Demopolis, Alabama, with his wife Christi and their three children Leah, Maxwell and Jeremiah.

Speaking Programs

Monsters in Your Closet – Face Your Fears
Dealing with life as a middle school student can be tough. Everything seems too big and there aren’t any easy answers. Patrick helps students see through their fears: fear of failure, fear of not being accepted, fear of what they can do. These fears are real but the dangers are usually imagined. This presentation will encourage your students to believe in themselves and the dreams they have.

I Challenge You
The responses to this program vary—students either sit quietly reflecting on their past or cheer because they are no longer haunted by their past. Your audience will view themselves differently after this presentation. Patrick uses real life situations to teach students about being leaders and making a difference in the lives of other people. This presentation focuses on the ability to set goals and the confidence to never give up. Patrick will challenge your audience to never say “I Quit!”

That Really Hurt. . . Apology Accepted
In this program students will learn about the power of words, how words hurt, and the impact these words have. Students will learn of the hurt that bullying produces and the reasons that bullying occurs. Not only will Patrick address the reasons for bullying but also what creates the environment for bullying. Students involved in all aspects of bullying will be addressed: the student who bullies, the student who is bullied, and the key student—the bystander.


He did a great job keeping the students’ attention. He was very age appropriate. He had a good message and tied it in well with our theme of “Step Up to Success”. We were highly pleased – Cheryl Davis – FBLA

Patrick was energetic, funny, enlightening and had a spot on message to our school of 500 boys. In the time I have been here I have never seen our students and faculty so engaged and energized. Patrick used his message of building people up rather than tearing them down to bring our students together helping build a positive atmosphere to kick off our Leadership Week – Jeff Clemens – St. Laurence High School

Patrick George travels from Alabama