Bonnie St. John knows a thing or two about resilience. At age five, her right leg was amputated. But that didn’t stop her from becoming an Olympic medalist. In fact, St. John was the first African American to win Olympic medals, including a silver and two bronze medals in Paralympic competition.
As a Featured Focus Thought Leader at the TCEA 2021 Convention & Exposition presented with IDEAcon, she’ll be sharing tips on resilience and endurance in trying times. She brings not only her experience as an athlete, but also as a speaker, leadership consultant, and author. Learn more about her remarkable and unique career on our Convention website.
To give you a preview of what to expect during her keynote presentation on Monday, Feb. 1, we sat down with Bonnie for a special episode of out TCEA podcast, the Ed Tech Club. Listen using the player below or by clicking here.
Still not registered for the 2021 all-virtual Convention? There’s time left — and plenty of time to explore on-demand sessions, with all the learning available through March 5. What are you waiting for? Register here.