Kelly Barb

Kelly Barb

Humanitarian, philanthropist, investor, and entrepreneur.

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer/engineer with international development and humanitarian experience. Topics include developing personally and professionally through volunteer work, surviving your 20s, engineering for the developing world.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Philadelphia, PA (US)

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Kelly Barb
Kelly Barb - Motivational Speaker

Humanitarian, philanthropist, investor, and entrepreneur.

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer/engineer with international development and humanitarian experience. Topics include developing personally and professionally through volunteer work, surviving your 20s, engineering for the developing world.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from Philadelphia, PA

Kelly Barb - Motivational Speaker

Kelly Barb

Humanitarian, philanthropist, investor, and entrepreneur.

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer/engineer with international development and humanitarian experience. Topics include developing personally and professionally through volunteer work, surviving your 20s, engineering for the developing world.

Fee Range: Varies
Travels from: Philadelphia, PA

For more information about booking Kelly Barb,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/kellybarb/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Kelly Barb's Keynote Speech at 2017 VCSJ Spirit of Community Awards
Launched in 2011, Spirit of Community is South Jersey’s premiere civic event that celebrates extraordinary civic-minded volunteers, businesses and non-profits. For one night, government officials, members of the media, non-profit organizations, corporations and service-minded leaders will unify to honor the contributions made daily by our friends, neighbors and family members. "Getting Lost in Service," a keynote speech by Kelly Barb, was given at the 2017 Spirit of Community event held on 10/26/17 at Auletto Caterers in Deptford, NJ. Attendance reached a record high of 325 people.