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Kevin R. McNulty

Kevin R. McNulty is an international speaker, author and coach with a simple goal of helping people improve their personal and professional lives and effectiveness.  Often referred to as “the conversationalist,” Kevin carries out this goal using a rather unique style of speaking and teaching; by facilitating meaningful conversations with the audience and therefore, drawing out their tremendous untapped knowledge and wisdom. 

But, it’s not just “style” . . . Kevin also brings real depth and insight to his programs. 

Starting at a very young age, Kevin has spent his life living and working among the many cultures of the United States and the World.  With studious eyes and mind, Kevin has studied how people live, work and interact with each other, their situation and surroundings.  More, some 30 years ago Kevin also began intensely studying personal and professional development—both formally and informally.  These tandem events are what uniquely positions him to help others learn, grow and change. 

Kevin is also an accomplished professional with a diverse background . . . including a 20-year Air Force career in human relations education; as a coach and facilitator with the Franklin-Covey Leadership Center; he served in a diplomatic capacity at the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel; and for the last 17 years as a full-time speaker, personal development & soft-skills coach/consultant; and he is the founder of Humadyn-Life Skills Institute

While Kevin holds a Master’s Degree in Communications (Leadership and Influence), he believes his real education, insight and hard-learned wisdom comes from his own extra-ordinary life journey and experiences. In part, he’s acquired a broad and unique perspective having lived, traveled and/or worked in 49 States and 25 countries.   

Kevin is the author of The Gap Between Two Worlds...Turning Difficult Life Transitions Into Personal Growth Experiences—a book that helps people navigate the challenges of personal change and transition.

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