What others are saying about Darcy:
Harry Swayne, Player Engagement Director with the Baltimore Ravens, hired Darcy to present the "Traffic Education and Decision Making" module of the NFL's Rookie Success Program and recommends her, as she engaged the rookies in making better and wiser decisions in life and their NFL career.
Businessowner Tony Burkhart, from Vincennes, Indiana, shares how Darcy's presentation to a group of businessowners, in which he's a member, gave great tips for their businesses to grow as well as individually.
Brain Injury Association of Ohio's President Stephanie Ramsey brought Darcy in to speak at the BIAOH's annual meeting. Darcy shared her five STEPS to creating a better future for survivors of brain injury and connected immediately with those in attendance.
Meeting Planner Eric Bur, VP Sales and Independent Agent Distribution with Permanent General Assurance Company, hired Darcy Keith to speak at a meeting with his national sales representatives, as she gives relevant information that impacted their team and that they can use in their job everyday.
Phyllis Taylor, with the Army National Guard, was working with DFAS in Indianapolis, Indiana, and enjoyed Darcy's message of sharing her keys for success and overcoming life's struggles.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Chandler Harnish found Darcy Keith's "Traffic Education and Decision Making" module of the NFL Rookie Success program incredibly powerful and something that is great for all NFL rookies to hear.
At the Brain Injury Association of Missouri annual conference, Dr. Thomas Martin shares that Darcy's presentation was powerful with pertinant and relevant points when she presented to the medical professionals, as well as individuals of traumatic brain injury and their caregivers.
Mike Hancock, Secretary of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, shares how Darcy's incredible message of trauma and survival impacted him and highly encourages everyone to hear her story.
Health teacher Pat O'Neal highly recommends Darcy Keith speak at your next event. She shares how to overcome adversity, put 100% in life, and make a positive influence on others.
Mount Carmel Director of Rehabitation Services Mary Zappa shares how well-received my TBI story and patient coping techniques presentation was and highly recommends my keynote presentation to any conference or event.
Celeste Campbell, a neuropsychologist at the VA Medical Center, heard Darcy Keith's "5 Tips to Creating a Better Future" presentation. She is using Darcy's tips for her personal life, as well as her practice.
Prairie Heights HS student Rebecca Kain shares how Darcy's presentation gave her a message to be safe and make good decisions in life. Rebecca encourages all high school and college students to watch Darcy's "Just Buckle It" presentation.
Bethany Kester attended Darcy Keith's presentation of "Me and My Big Feet: How to Take a Stand and Be a Leader in Your Organization" that Darcy gave at Ball State University.
Ball State University Director of External Relations Tammy Estep was very pleased to have Darcy Keith as part of the Miller College of Business Distinguished Speaker series because her leadership message was right on target, and she related well to the students, who seemed excited and engaged.
University of Indianapolis Professor Scott Young shares how Darcy's message has a positive impact for his students to make better choices.