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Open Forum Sponsored by Beau Wilson Shelter Insuarance

February 2, 2015 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


America’s Millionaire School Teacher

Speaker, Author, Coach, Consultant, Venture Capitalist but known to many as America’s Millionaire School Teacher, Clay Staires annually speaks to thousands of people throughout the country on the topic of The Leadership Mindset. HIS transformed mindset has led him from the high school classroom to the stage that he has shared with the likes of best-selling author Gary Vaynerchuk and CEOs of top companies including the Taylor Made Golf. On his journey from the classroom to becoming one of the top speakers in the Leadership field, Clay has become an expert on processing the frustrations and difficulties that accompany leadership responsibilities on multiple levels – the student, the worker, the manager, the leader the owner and the entrepreneur.


Having worked with thousands of people for over 25 years, Clay has developed a uniquely effective leadership-training program that has been taught in high school classrooms, on university campuses, small businesses, non-profit boardrooms and Fortune 500 Companies.


But he has never forgotten where his roots are – the Chamber of Commerce in Clay’s hometown named him the “2012 Citizen of the Year” for the positive impact his programs have made on their community.


As a teacher for 15 years, Clay received honors as the Teacher Of The Year and The Missouri State Coach Of The Year. He also has 10 years of executive experience in the non-profit sector where he led an award winning company, redefined a 30-year-old brand and successfully led the company through the biggest transition in it’s 40 year history.


Clay lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife, Lisa and two daughters, Maddy and Clare.






February 2, 2015
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Sand Springs Chamber of Commerce
(918) 245-3221


Tulsa Technology Center
924 E Charles Page Blvd
Sand Springs, OK 74063 United States
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