Isa is working on her second book and is no longer doing speaking engagements based on her first book Community College Success. She loved all the students, staff, and faculty she met over the years but is currently on hiatus from speaking in order to focus on writing her next book.
There is however a plethora of free content available that can be shared with students online at CommunityCollegeSuccess.com and You Tube (including speeches that were recorded). Staff, faculty, and club presidents are also encouraged to contact email@example.com for more information on bulk discounts to provide the book to multiple students or make it a part of College Success/Study Skills/First Year Experience course curriculum.
Isa will most likely begin speaking engagements again after her next book is published. If you would like to be notified visit isaadney.com/dreambook and enter your email at the bottom of the page.
Past speaking engagements:
National Institute for Staff & Organizational Development (NISOD)
American Association of Community Colleges
Phi Theta Kappa International Convention
National Council on Student Development
Texas State College Completion Summit
California Career Cafe Counselors Summit
Virginia Community College System Leadership Summit
Florida Department of Education Academic Team Awards
Voto Latino Power Summit
The City University of New York
Guttman Community College
Finger Lakes Community College
State University of New York
Gulf Coast State College
Aiken Technical College
Pasco Hernando State College
Des Moines Area Community College
Hillsborough Community College
Bristol Community College
Florida College System SGA
College of Lake County
Maricopa Community College System
Seminole State College of Florida
Tarrant County College
Wharton County Junior College
Southwest Texas Junior College
Southwestern Michigan College
Ivy Tech Community College
UCF First Generation Program
OLLU First Generation Program
High School High Tech
Achieving the Dream
“Students said that having Isa Adney speak on campus was living proof that the advice they’d heard from others really works!” -Jan LaVille, Director of Honors Program at Des Moines Area Community College
“Isa Adney was the perfect choice to be the keynote speaker for New York state’s first-ever Completion Day.” -Bob Matson, Finger Lakes Community College
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