Michele BorbaNovember 8, 2011Comments Off on Talking About Adoption to Kids
Arming adopted kids with answers to those sometimes insensitive “Where’s your real mom?” “Didn’t your dad love you?” type queries For every parent who has adopted a child, I honor you. Adopting parents are a special
Michele Borba is a master at presenting worthwhile techniques and strategies to use with children.
Michele, you have displayed your leadership in the field of education like no other. Your grounded approach and insistent on scientific review has displayed the clear success of your techniques.
Senator John Vasconcellos; Thirteen District, California State Senate
It makes my job so much easier when I have guests who are prepared to talk about the subject in a compelling and entertaining manner. As your enthusiasm and personality entered the picture, I believe my listeners really tied into your ideas.
Darrell Ankarlo, Program Director, Success Radio, SW Network, New York
What a vivacious speaker—enthusiasm through and through!
The feedback we have been getting as a result of your presentation has been extremely positive. We may now have another solid opportunity to engage our parents and the communities at large in positive ways and develop initiatives in the areas of citizenship and character development.
Vic Budz, Assistant Superintendent Grasslands Regional Division 6, Alberta
I have never witnessed such energy, enthusiasm and practical examples all rolled into one single speaker.
Rose Ann Fallon
Dr. Michele Borba is the most exciting speaker I have ever heard. It was worth driving two hours to hear her!
I have never seen an audience rise to their feet in a standing ovation as I saw them do at the session I attended. Thank you for the contribution you have made to New Zealand educators.
Nola L. Hambleton, President, New Zealand Principals’ Federation
The Oak Hill teachers were unanimous in considering Dr. Borba’s message the most timely, useful and motivating they have experienced during their teaching careers.
Harold King, Principal, Converse. Indiana
While many people in public life decry the lack of character and moral development among our kids, few take this concern further, into the realm of practical steps to address the issue in the lives of real children and youth. Michele Borba has done so.
James Garbarino, author, Lost Boys: Why Our Sons Turn Violent and How We Can Save Them