Dr. Ari Sytner is a one-of-a-kind contagiously inspiring speaker. He has been featured on 60 Minutes, NBC, FOX, CBS, NPR, and countless media outlets for his expertise and charisma. As a motivational speaker, author, licensed social worker, therapist, Huffington Post blogger and professor, he brings an incredible range of personal heartwarming experiences, from surviving a car accident that nearly killed him, to donating a kidney to save the life of a stranger, to speaking at the White House, and soothing the emotional wounds of survivors of the tragic Parkland and Pittsburgh shootings.
With his positive energy, strong stage presence (and Ben Affleck look-alikeness), Dr. Sytner has a unique ability for connecting with his audiences and inspiring them to action. He is known for interacting with his audiences and sprinkling his presentations with the ingredients of humor, inspiration, and research-based content, designed to motivate participants from all walks of life.
While he is an expert in relationships (and holds a PhD on this topic), his greatest strength is serving as an organizational strategist. Simply put, Ari teaches people how to turn their businesses or organizations into healthy environments. By tapping into the culture and relationships, reducing stress and conflict, he knows the exact keys to use for reaching the hearts of his audiences.
From LA to London, Dr. Sytner has been invited to speak around the world on the topic of Millennial engagement and has presented to numerous companies and organizations, where he has trained officers at the highest levels to help them bridge the age and culture gap, and boost morale and efficiencies. He is also sought after as an inspirational speaker for his book, "The Kidney Donor's Journey: 100 Questions I Asked Before Donating My Kidney" - where he unpacks his own experiences donating a kidney to a stranger, in a personal journey of weighing the lengths one person might go to save the life of another.
Dr. Sytner holds a Masters and PhD in Social Work, as well as a Masters in Education, and is also a rabbi.
If you would like to truly uplift the audience for your next event, please email Dr. Sytner's office to schedule a time to discuss your event, dates and goals. firstname.lastname@example.org