Paul Tough

Writer & Speaker

Appearances


Paul speaks on a number of topics, including education, child development, parenting, and community-building. For questions about lectures and speaking engagements, please contact Charles Yao, Director of Speakers at the Lavin Agency, at info@thelavinagency.com. For more information, please visit the Lavin Agency’s speaker’s page for Paul.


Past

Jun 12 2015

St. Petersburg, FL

Time: 8:45am

Speech at Leadership Florida Annual Meeting

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed in a keynote speech at the annual meeting of Leadership Florida. Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club. More Information >


May 16 2015

Hilton Head Island, SC

Time: 10:00am

Hilton Head Institute Speech

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed as part of “The Forum: Courageous Conversations on America’s Future,” a conference sponsored by the Hilton Head Institute. Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa. More Information >


Apr 24 2015

Denver, CO

Time: 2:45pm

Keynote Speech at Colorado Education Initiative Summit

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed in a keynote speech at the 7th Annual Summit and Luncheon of the Colorado Education Initiative at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. More Information >


Apr 22 2015

Atlanta, GA

Time: 5:30pm

Georgia Early Education Alliance speech

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed at Spelman College as part of the Conversations on Early Childhood series presented by GEEARS, the Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students. Sisters Chapel. More Information >


Mar 16 2015

Atlanta, GA

Time: 11:30am

Keynote Address at EDWorks Early College Network Conference

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed in a keynote speech at the 2015 EDWorks Early College Network Conference at the Westin Atlanta Airport. More Information >


Mar 9 2015

Dobbs Ferry, NY

Time: 9:00am

Keynote Address and Panel Discussion at Mercy College

Paul will discuss How Children Succeed in a keynote speech and moderate a panel discussion at Student Success Revolution, a forum on the college attainment gap, at Mercy College. More Information >