Dr. Hill Krishnan is currently offering inspiring, entertaining, and informative lectures, seminars, and workshops for youth and adults. His lectures are informed by his expertise of political and sociological systems; his bicultural identity; his constant pursuit of learning; and his personal experiences of overcoming obstacles to consciously chart his own life’s path. He is available to come to your school or university, youth or community organization, faith-based organization, or corporation to offer dynamic, engaging presentations and trainings. Topics may include:
1. Diversity and Inclusion:
Dr. Krishnan offers a first-hand account of his experience growing in India’s “Most Backward Caste,” and educates audiences on the effects of stereotype threat, how to break through barriers and overcome labels imposed by others, and how to appreciate and cultivate a more inclusive community.
2. The Value of Reading, and Other Educational Goals:
Dr. Krishnan is passionate about helping young people identify their interests to set goals, disregard self-imposed limitations, aim higher, embrace their creativity and gifts, and harness their natural love for learning. Dr. Krishnan is a bibliophile who reads at least 300 books per year. Learn how Dr. Krishnan transformed himself from a self-described poor student to an excited scholar of life.
3. Charting a Satisfying Career Path:
Dr. Krishnan offers highly engaging presentations to young people, as well as adults, who are uncertain or unsatisfied with their current careers, or are simply looking for new inspiration in order to expand their vocational paths. He enjoys helping others to become “unstuck” and to thrive in new capacities.
4. Overcoming Obstacles:
Dr. Krishnan is deeply committed to helping others examine, challenge, and overcome the obstacles that hold us back from maximizing our full potential. Drawing from history, world religion, and even the natural world, Dr. Krishnan provides examples of creative overcoming that will inspire you to persist and expand your personal limits.