Yasmin Shiraz creates programs for youth and professional audiences.
Youth programs consist of workshops, keynotes, conferences and seminars. Most programs are focused around a Yasmin Shiraz book. Some topics are: Talk Retaliation, Youth Violence, Self-Esteem, Teen Pregnancy, Entrepreneurship, etc.
Professional programs consist of keynotes, workshops, training and seminars with corporations and professional organizations. Some topics are: Professional Development, Leadership, Diversity, Life Balance, Change Management, etc.
To book a program with Yasmin Shiraz, email: yshiraz AT yasminshiraz.net
Below is a clip of a presentation sponsored by the US Postal Service
Below is a clip from a Talk Retaliation Violence Prevention program. This program has been sponsored by Boys & Girls Clubs and other youth groups.
Testimonial for Can She Be Saved? A Documentary Experience:
“It’s a program that provides an instant connection to help get students engaged. The minute the documentary was presented teh students were captured by the images on screen. It plays right into what students are familiar with–video imagery…i.e. YouTube and reality TV; yet it has a substantial educational component.” –Rod Bradley, Director of Intercultural Student Affairs & The Ledonia Wright Cultural Center, East Carolina University
Student Leaders and Student Life Staff at The Association of Programming College Activities recently graded Yasmin Shiraz’s presentations on
Hip Hop Culture: What Every College Student Should Know and CEO 101: Entrepreneurship isn’t just for business majors. This is what they said:
- “Yasmin was great and funny. I learned a lot and I loved how she involved us in the conversation. This topic needs to expand!” – Advanced Student Leader, all 5′s out of 5
- “Awesome energy. Great points. Motivational,” -Advanced Student Leader, all 5′s out of 5
- “Even though I am not planning on doing anything with hip hop. This was very resourceful.” -Advanced Student Leader, all 5′s out of 5
- “Well presented and educated about the subject,” - Advanced Student Leader, all 5′s out of 5