Mike Ayalon

Mike Ayalon

Passionate about safety and growth of college communities

Mike is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and seasoned executive with a passion for Greek Life. He confronts the major issues facing our Universities like Hazing, Sexual Assault, and Alcohol/Drug Issues, as well as opportunities for campus growth

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Nashville, TN (US)

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Mike Ayalon
Michael Ayalon - Motivational Speaker

Passionate about safety and growth of college communities

Mike is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and seasoned executive with a passion for Greek Life. He confronts the major issues facing our Universities like Hazing, Sexual Assault, and Alcohol/Drug Issues, as well as opportunities for campus growth

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Nashville, TN

Mike Ayalon - Motivational Speaker

Mike Ayalon

Passionate about safety and growth of college communities

Mike is a motivational speaker, entrepreneur, and seasoned executive with a passion for Greek Life. He confronts the major issues facing our Universities like Hazing, Sexual Assault, and Alcohol/Drug Issues, as well as opportunities for campus growth

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Nashville, TN

For more information about booking Mike Ayalon,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/mikeayalon/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Stevens Greeks Deliver Food to First Responders After NJ Transit Train Crashes

On Thursday, a New Jersey Transit train filled with passengers during rush hour slammed into a bumper block, went airborne, and hit the passenger concourse at 8:45 AM. It killed one woman waiting on the platform who was hit by debris, and injured more than 100 passengers. It seems that the New York/New Jersey area is always prepared to handle any emergencies or situations that arise, and this was no exception. Once word spread of the accident, the Greek students at Stevens Institute of Technology, which is located only a few short blocks away from the Hoboken Terminal, gathered to collect donations of water, coffee, donuts, granola bars, and other snacks for all the first responders. Police, firefighters, EMT’s, and investigators who ...

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TIPS Training Session Held at Alpha Epsilon Pi’s 103rd Convention to Promote Alcohol Safety

Michael Ayalon, CEO of Greek University, held a training session on August 10th, 2016 at the Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa to teach Alpha Epsilon Pi’s fraternity leaders from all over the world how to prevent drunk driving, underage drinking, and alcohol abuse. Student participants from the United States, France, Canada, the UK, and Israel during Epsilon Pi’s 103rd Convention to become certified in the TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) program, designed to show students why, when, and how to intervene with their peers to prevent alcohol related problems. TIPS training enhances the people skills of the students to develop a new sense of expertise, confidence, and sense of control over their campus envir...

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Theta Chi Fraternity Brothers Ride Cross Country For Cancer Awareness

After a University of Washington student and Theta Chi brother died of brain cancer in 2006, the brothers of the chapter started the Kyle Charvat Foundation to assist and bring awareness to college-aged cancer patients. According to this article, the nonprofit organization helps to pay for their expenses, medications, physical therapy, and transportation to and from their treatments.  The current president of the chapter clearly sees the connection between the mission of the fraternity and his own role in helping others. The 40 day bike ride will help to raise at least $20,000 towards the Kyle Charvat Foundation. Way to go, and keep up the great work! Theta Chi #fraternity brothers ride cross country to raise awareness for #college aged ca...

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UT’s 13 Panhellenic Sororities Raise $40,000 To Build School in Haiti

I loved reading this article today talking about Ginny Carroll’s continued work with Circle of Sisterhood to rally sorority women around the cause of educating women that are facing poverty and oppression. The fact that 13 Panhellenic sororities at the University of Tennessee raised $40,000 in two years to build a school in Haiti is just incredible. Additional tax deductible donations for the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation can be made here: https://www.circleofsisterhood.org/give-now/...

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University of Michigan Fraternities Raise $60,000 for Autism (video)

Great job by the University of Michigan with 19 fraternities raising $60,000 to go towards GPS devices for autistic children who might wander off. They plan to talk about it at Alpha Sigma Phi in Ann Arbor along with the parents of a Troy boy who died in 2012. Sean Taglione was autistic, and the 12 year old boy wandered from his home and was hit by a car. University of Michigan fraternities raised $60,000 for families of autistic children (video): https://t.co/gyacivwXBP — Michael Ayalon (@GreekUniversity) March 31, 2016  ...

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Alpha Tau Omega’s Jump For Judes at Austin Peay Raises $100K in 5 years

Check out this video of Austin Peay’s ATO chapter and their “Jump For Judes” fundraiser. “Jump for Judes” is a jumping marathon complete with live music, food, inflatables, and many trampolines. The entire family can come out and participate in this event, and the money raised goes to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. According to this article, over the last 5 years, the chapter has raised over $100,000 for St. Jude Children’s Hospital, and they presented the hospital with a check for $20,000 earlier this semester. This is fraternity done right! Alpha Tau Omega’s “Jump for Jude’s” at Austin Peay raises $100,000 in 5 years! https://t.co/wN8FhdxVPk — Michael Ayalon (@GreekUnivers...

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Why Can’t We See Solutions in Plain Sight?

Our chapters and organizations do amazing work in our communities, but we also have our share of problems. Why can’t we see solutions in plain sight? Sometimes the problem is also the answer! When we look at issues on college campuses like alcohol abuse or sexual assaults, our Greek organizations are stacked with leaders on campus that can help to educate others on campus. Peer to peer education works! Let’s talk about educating our Greek members and giving them the tools they need to teach others. For more information, visit our presentations page at www.GreekUniversity.org/presentations or call us at 203-58-GREEK.  ...

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Alpha Tau Omega at Grand Valley Walks 160 Miles for Multiple Sclerosis

Congratulations to the men of ATO at Grand Valley State University! According to this article, over the past four years, they’ve raised over $100,000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. This year the brotherhood pulled in $38,000. While it’s a painful journey and not all the brothers complete all 160 miles, it’s a reminder of what those affected by the disease deal with every day, and this event finds others on campus that want to get involved. Nicely done! Alpha Tau Omega at Grand Valley walks 160 miles for multiple sclerosis: #ATO: https://t.co/Oz59VkLAeh — Michael Ayalon (@GreekUniversity) March 12, 2016...

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The Leadership Dilemma for all Fraternities and Sororities

SigEp just posted an excellent video yesterday called The Leadership Dilemma, and I think it perfectly summarizes the issues in front of all Fraternities and Sororities today. It’s time well spent to watch the video and share it with others in the Greek Community. We need YOUR leadership to make it happen. Click here to watch it. Watch this SigEp video on the Leadership Dilemma in #Fraternity and #Sorority Life, applies to all orgs: https://t.co/BYsIbddhD9 — Michael Ayalon (@GreekUniversity) March 10, 2016  ...

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Kappa Delta at University of New Hampshire Raise Funds for Child Abuse Prevention

Amazing job by the Alpha Sigma chapter of Kappa Delta at University of New Hampshire. According to this article, it is 5th Annual Dinner and Auction at UNH, and you can see the momentum building each year they host it. The first year they raised $6,000, and last year it went all the way up to $25,000. The silent and live auctions during the Dinner had some excellent prizes, including trips and ski packages that would get anyone interested, and then they added the “dash & dine” component to raise funds through gift certificates at local restaurants. In working with the UNH Greeks, this is what makes them great. It’s their commitment to their values and the ongoing mission of each organization to make a difference in the...

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