Natalie Randolph has officially joined the roster at AEI Speakers Bureau. Having recently stepped down after 4 years as the head coach of Calvin Coolidge Senior High School’s varsity football team in Washington D.C., one of just a few female football coaches in the entire country, Randolph is now available for speaking engagements. 

In her keynote “Finding Self in Strange Places Randolph shares her journey to truth of self and how honesty with oneself is the necessary way to reach youth audiences both in the classroom and on the field. In her 2013 TEDx talk at Middlebury College titled “Good Things Never Come Easy”, she elaborated how the students could see right through any false pretenses and if she was going to get through to them, she had to embrace that truth, and her own: 

As a teacher, Randolph is focused on bridging the gap between academics and athletics. In her keynote, “Competition in Education” she speaks to the importance of success AND failure. With the fear of failure comes the behavior to simply not try and without trying there can be no success. Randolph speaks to how competition in sports can lead to competition in education and greater success overall. 
Bring Natalie Randolph to your school and hear for yourself her inspiring story. 

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