Michele BorbaNovember 18, 2010Comments Off on Raising Tobacco-Free Kids
Parenting tips based on proven research that help raise tobacco-free kids and save their lives REALITY CHECK: One in five high school students smoke. More than 3 million U.S. teens are cigarette smokers. The
Grounded in solid research, her message has the potential to truly help parents help their children be more successful in school and in life.
Richard Herzberg, executive director, Bureau of Education and Research
This is something every educator should experience!
I have never witnessed such energy, enthusiasm and practical examples all rolled into one single speaker.
Rose Ann Fallon
Attainment Company, Inc. recently had the pleasure of working with Dr. Michele Borba on a video shoot. Having been doing projects with a comparable level of “talent” for sometime, as the producer of close to 50 feature documentaries, I have no hesitation in giving her my highest recommendation as a professional and as a human being.
Tom Kinney, Producer, Attainment Company, Inc. Wisconsin
I know Michele Borba and her work, and she has a proven track record that stands miles apart from other child experts. Using practical strategies, colorful anecdotes and wise insights, she shows us how to do what really matters most–to help our kids become good and caring human beings.
Jack Canfield, co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul
Drawing on a lifetime of rich experience, Michele Borba understands parents’ concerns and speaks to them wisely and compassionately. Best of all, she spells out what parents need to know in easily accessible language and easily learnable stages.
Nathaniel Branden, author of The Six Pillars of Self Esteem
Michele Borba articulates the core traits that build and promote responsible citizenship among the young and old alike. Dr. Borba explains in clear, concise, and effective ways how to make that happen.
Ronald D. Stephens, executive director, National School Safety Center
Michele Borba is a master at presenting worthwhile techniques and strategies to use with children.
As a professional development consortium we work with over 130 presenters a year. Your workshop processes and strategies are excellent and are one reason we continue to include you in our program. The other reason is that participants demand your return.
Val Olesky, Executive Director, Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium
Cross-culturally, Dr. Michele Borba has brought valuable insights to teaching professionals. Her parenting ideas have also been widely adopted by parent educators in Hong Kong.