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MEET ROBB HOLLA

Statistically, Robb Holla should be dead or in jail. But his success as a preeminent author, speaker, and youth empowerment speaker is living proof that your past does not determine your future. Severe speech impediments, major third-degree burns as a toddler, and decades of bullying only served to motivate Robb to find a way to impact others.

Robb is renowned for his ability to speak to teens on their level, grab their attention, make them laugh, and leave a lasting impact that they will not soon forget.

Mr. Holla is more than just a speaker. He is a person who truly understands what it takes to be a leader and the attributes that go along with it. Many times we have professional speakers address our students with mixed results. In the case of Mr. Holladay, our students were so in awe of his message that they lined up after the assembly to speak with him

Jimmy D. Dawson

Principal, Granbury ISD

Featured on TV, radio, newspapers, and the like, Robb Holla is an internationally in-demand teen expert and youth motivational speaker who presents to hundreds of thousands from coast to coast around the US and Canada.

Robb understands that students today need to be reached in new and innovative ways. From cell phones to Twitter updates, Facebook  to  YouTube, teens have both grown up in and created a culture that has redefined what it means to connect. Robb understands. He has dedicated his life to connecting with and empowering students everywhere. On any given day, he can be found speaking on stages around North America and answering questions as a highly sought-after teen help advocate. For Robb, it’s not about just talking to students; it’s about connecting with them where they are.

When listening to Robb, your students will find themselves laughing and actively participating from start to finish, all while learning valuable lessons along the way.

Today, Robb resides in Dallas, TX amongst friends and family who inspire him daily.

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STUDENT ASSEMBLIES

ROBB HAS 3 DIFFERENT ASSEMBLIES. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK FOR EACH ASSEMBLY TOPIC.

Vaping Assembly

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  • How to Build You Life and Make Positive Choices
  • Marketing messages of BIG TOBACCO and VAPING companies vs. the Truth
  • Consequences of vaping that most people do not know
  • Why students still choose to VAPE and SMOKE
  • The Science of Vaping & what students don’t know
  • Power of influence & perception
  • Looking to your future and the effects of choices they make
  • How to make smart choices
  • (Optional Section) – What students need to know about teen Marijuana Use

Anti-Bullying & Social Media Safety Assembly

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This presentations covers the different social media “land mines” that students face, including:

  • Empathy
  • Verbal, Physical, Emotional Bullying
  • Technology Addiction & Anxiety
  • Cyber bullying & hateful posting
  • Posting too much information
  • Predators using the information you post
  • Your digital profile & whose looking (colleges, employers, etc.)
  • Illusion of security & privacy on social media
  • and more…

Mental Health Assembly

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Studies show that suicide among youth is at an all-time high.

Teens are struggling to find a sense of belonging. Now, more than ever, it is so vitally important to empower and encourage our youth to rise above their current circumstances. Your students will leave this assembly with a renewed self-image and the resilience to handle adversity and bullying. They will be empowered to take responsibility for the solution instead of focusing on the problem.

This program WILL create a more positive and caring culture.

One Pill Can Kill - Fentanyl Awareness Assembly

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Fentanyl: Fake & Fatal

  • The facts about fentanyl and what it is doing to our youth today.
  • History of fentanyl and how drug pushers and drug cartels are getting rich from it
  • Fake pills and where they come from
  • How fentanyl effects the body and the brain
  • How to treat a fentanyl overdose

VIDEO REVIEWS

MOST FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: How much will it cost to bring Robb in to speak to my students?

A million dollars! Just kidding. Robb is a national speaker traveling all over the United States and Canada. His fees will vary based on travel distance. Robb does his best to work with you and stay within your budget.

Q: Does Robb charge travel fees?

No. Robb does not charge travel fees. The fee quote that you receive is all-inclusive. 

Q: What does Robb speak about?

Robb has 3 different topics he speaks to students on. Vaping Prevention, Anti-Bullying & Social Media Safety, Mental Health

Q: How far in advance do I need to book Robb to speak to my students?

Robb’s has a very busy speaking schedule. His office is booking throughout the year. Please contact his office to check his availability. 

Q: How long is Robb's presentation?

60 Minutes. However, Robb can modify the assembly time to fit within your time block. Please contact us to discuss. 

Q: What are Robb's technology requirements?

For each presentation Robb needs:

  • PA system & Microphone
  • Video Projector & Screen (Large screen monitors are acceptable)
Q: Does Robb modify his presentation for different age students?

Robb has been speaking to students for 25 years. Robb is an expert at changing his content to make it age appropriate. 

VAPING ASSEMBLY

Jeff Manka – Assistant Principal – Fremont Public Schools

Karen Edwards – Florida Health Department

AN ENGAGING & DYNAMIC  – VAPING, THC, and FENTANYL AWARENESS SPEAKER FOR TEENS

Students across America continue to smoke tobacco while others are turning to smokeless tobacco. HOWEVER, despite the efforts of lawmakers and the FDA to crack down on electronic vaping devices, the rate of teens vaping devices continues to skyrocket and become a national epidemic.  In addition to this, more and more teens are experimenting with THC (active ingredient in marijuana) and it is fast becoming a part of their everyday life. Many don’t see any dangers associated with using marijuana, especially as states continue to legalize recreational use.  The danger is that there are many common misperceptions about these substances and students are making choices without knowing all of the facts.

MOST SCHOOLS HAVE TRIED OTHER EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS TO INFLUENCE STUDENTS TO MAKE BETTER CHOICES. SOMETIMES THESE EFFORTS ARE TUNED OUT BY THE STUDENTS. HOWEVER, HAVING A DYNAMIC TOBACCO AND MARIJUANA AWARENESS SPEAKER CAN HELP AND MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE!

This dynamic and highly interactive presentation focuses on enlightening your students on the dangers, risks and life altering consequences of vaping. In addition, Robb has a unique way to expose the misperceptions.  We touch upon the commonly known dangers your students may already know, but then dive deeper by educating them on much less known medical studies and other eye opening information.  Students need to get all of the facts so they can make well educated decisions.

SOME OF THE TOPICS COVERED INCLUDE:

  • How to Build You Life and Make Positive Choices
  • Marketing messages of BIG TOBACCO and VAPING companies vs. the Truth
  • Consequences of vaping that most people do not know
  • Why students still choose to VAPE and SMOKE
  • The Science of Vaping & what students don’t know
  • Power of influence & perception
  • Looking to your future and the effects of choices they make
  • How to make smart choices
  • (Optional Section) – What students need to know about teen Marijuana Use

THE DIFFERENCE

This is NOT the typical presentation that you might be used to. Robb grabs the attention of your student from the instant he is introduced and will keep them engaged the entire time. Students walk into the auditorium expecting to hear a lecture. THEY ARE PLEASANTLY SURPRISED when they see and hear WHAT and HOW Robb speaks to them and gains their TRUST and ATTENTION.

THEY WILL NOT TUNE ROBB OUT!

Although we talk about facts and statistics, it’s delivered in an innovative and engaging way.  Professional speaker Robb Holladay creatively combines his skills of mind magic and illusions to help keep the students engaged while delivering the important educational messages.

ONE PILL / CAN KILL

“Fake & Fatal” – the Truth About Fentanyl
Fentanyl, heroin’s synthetic cousin, is one of the deadliest drugs in the world.

Jeff Manka – Assistant Principal – Fremont Public Schools

Karen Edwards – Florida Health Department

AN ENGAGING & DYNAMIC  – FENTANYL AWARENESS

SPEAKER FOR TEENS

Unfortunately, the rate of fatal teen overdoses is on a steep upward trend with fentanyl, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It’s important that students, teachers, school administrators, parents and community officials get a thorough fentanyl education so they know more about it and how to handle its effects.

Our in-depth presentation teaches students how the epidemic started, how it’s getting worse and how they can stop it, as well as the evolution from opioids to heroin. They are provided with methods on how to avoid involvement and prevent it from affecting them personally so they are able to make good decisions and right choices.

It’s time to find out with good fentanyl instruction so we can stop lining the pockets of drug cartels and drug dealers with no concern for its effects on our youth!

MOST SCHOOLS HAVE TRIED OTHER EDUCATIONAL EFFORTS TO INFLUENCE STUDENTS TO MAKE BETTER CHOICES. SOMETIMES THESE EFFORTS ARE TUNED OUT BY THE STUDENTS. HOWEVER, HAVING A DYNAMIC AWARENESS SPEAKER CAN HELP AND MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE!

This dynamic and highly interactive presentation focuses on enlightening your students on the dangers, risks and life altering consequences of FENTANYL. In addition, Robb has a unique way to expose the misperceptions.

An in-depth student presentation to address a prevalent and deadly epidemic affecting adolescents today: prescription drug misuse, abuse and overdose.

The presentation focuses on opiates, opioids and education on other prescription classes, along with the truth about Fentanyl and its effects on our youth today.

Students learn the facts about Fentanyl and how taking just one pill can kill you.

Driven by fentanyl, the rate of fatal teen overdoses doubled in 2020 and has tripled among teens over the past two years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Per a Harvard professor, “The risk with fentanyl isn’t just addiction or other side effects—it’s simply death.”

Students get a good fentanyl education and learn how the epidemic started, how it’s getting worse and how they can stop it, as well as the evolution from opioids to heroin. They are provided with methods of fentanyl prevention, how to avoid involvement and prevent it from affecting them personally. Students leave with an intense understanding, fentanyl awareness and heightened caution about prescription medication and how to view these products in a more critical way so they are able to make good decisions and right choices.

THE DIFFERENCE

This is NOT the typical presentation that you might be used to. Robb grabs the attention of your student from the instant he is introduced and will keep them engaged the entire time. Students walk into the auditorium expecting to hear a lecture. THEY ARE PLEASANTLY SURPRISED when they see and hear WHAT and HOW Robb speaks to them and gains their TRUST and ATTENTION.

THEY WILL NOT TUNE ROBB OUT!

 

 

 

Although we talk about facts and statistics, it’s delivered in an innovative and engaging way.  Professional speaker Robb Holladay creatively combines his skills of mind magic and illusions to help keep the students engaged while delivering the important educational messages.

Mental Health Assembly

Jeff Manka – Assistant Principal – Fremont Public Schools

Jimmy Dawson – Principal – Granbury, TX

A DYNAMIC ASSEMBLY ON MENTAL HEALTH.

Studies show that suicide among youth is at an all-time high.

Teens are struggling to find a sense of belonging. Now, more than ever, it is so vitally important to empower and encourage our youth to rise above their current circumstances. Your students will leave this assembly with a renewed self-image and the resilience to handle adversity and bullying. They will be empowered to take responsibility for the solution instead of focusing on the problem.

This program WILL create a more positive and caring culture.

Students will learn how to:

– Find a mentor and engage in healthy conversations
 Be resilient through adversity & push past limiting beliefs
 Focus on solutions instead of dwelling on problems

THE DYNAMIC DIFFERENCE

It’s not just what you say, but how you say it.  Robb Holladay is a dynamic mental health speaker for middle and high schools that speaks with students about teenage mental health in a way that keeps engaged while being educated with important messages.  He is a professional speaker and educator and he infuses important educational lessons with captivating entertainment that is used in a way that makes the messages memorable.  The entertaining tools he uses include:

  • Amazing magic & Illusions
  • Powerful videos
  • Student involvement

Anti-Bullying & Social Media Safety Assembly

A DYNAMIC SPEAKER ON SOCIAL MEDIA SAFETY FOR YOUR HIGH SCHOOL!

High school students  have access to new powerful technology like smart phones, tablets, social media, and more. However, with great power comes great responsibility. All too often, students are making poor decisions with this new technology without realizing the dangers and consequences.

This presentations covers the different social media “land mines” that students face, including:

  • Empathy
  • Verbal, Physical, Emotional Bullying
  • Technology Addiction & Anxiety
  • Cyber bullying & hateful posting
  • Posting too much information
  • Predators using the information you post
  • Your digital profile & whose looking (colleges, employers, etc.)
  • Illusion of security & privacy on social media
  • and more…

THE DYNAMIC DIFFERENCE

It’s not just what you say, but how you say it.  Robb Holladay is a dynamic social media dangers speaker for high schools that speaks with students about teenage social media safety in a way that keeps engaged while being educated with important messages.  He is a professional “edutainer” as he infuses important educational lessons with captivating entertainment that is used in a way that makes the messages memorable.  The entertaining tools he uses include:

  • Amazing magic & Illusions
  • Powerful videos
  • Student involvement

THE DYNAMIC DIFFERENCE

It’s not just what you say, but how you say it.  Robb Holladay is a dynamic social media dangers speaker for high schools that speaks with students about teenage social media safety in a way that keeps engaged while being educated with important messages.  He is a professional “edutainer” as he infuses important educational lessons with captivating entertainment that is used in a way that makes the messages memorable.  The entertaining tools he uses include:

  • Amazing magic & Illusions
  • Powerful videos
  • Student involvement

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