Ari has been 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, graduate professor and CEO, Ari 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. With his contagious positive energy and strong stage presence, Ari has a unique ability for connecting with his audiences and inspiring them to action. Ari's presentations are not only sprinkled with humor and inspiration, but contain research-based information to motivate participants from all walks of life."
While Ari is an expert in relationships (and is presently completing 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, Ari successfully reaches the hearts of the people.
From LA to London, Ari 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 regarding his book, "The Kidney Donor's Journey: 100 Questions I Asked Before Donating My Kidney" - where he unpacks the value of life and explores the lengths one person might go to save the life of another.
Ari has an undergraduate degree in Psychology, a Masters in Education, a Masters in Social work and is currently a PhD candidate. He has 20 years of organizational, strategy and community-building experience. All of Ari's programs are tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of the company or organization.
Please feel free to email Ari directly to explore his participation in your next event: firstname.lastname@example.org