National Speakers Association Inducts Ron Culberson, MSW, CSP, as 2012-2013 President
(TEMPE, Ariz. – July 30, 2012) The National Speakers Association (NSA), the leading organization for professional speakers, inducted Ron Culberson, MSW, CSP, of Herndon, VA, as 2012-2013 President at the 2012 NSA Convention in Indianapolis, IN.
Ron is an author, speaker, and humorist. He is the author of three books: Do it Well, Make it Fun, Is Your Glass Laugh Full, and My Kneecap Seems Too Loose. He began his career in the hospice and palliative care industry, serving as a Manager of Counseling Services and then Director of Quality Services before beginning a speaking career that has seen him address over 120,000 people in more than 1,000 organizations. Culberson received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Virginia and his Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. He also holds the industry’s highest earned designation, the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP).
“It is a privilege and an honor to serve as President of the National Speakers Association,” says Culberson. “Now more than ever audiences need the insight and expertise our 3,000 members provide. Even more than that audiences need inspiration—and maybe even a laugh. I am excited to help lead such a special group of professionals and to make the coming year a fun and prosperous one for our industry and this association.”
The National Speakers Association (NSA) is the leading organization for professional speakers. NSA’s thousands of members include experts in a variety of industries and disciplines, who reach audiences as trainers, educators, humorists, motivators, consultants, authors and more. Since 1973, NSA has provided resources and education designed to advance the skills, integrity and value of its members and speaking profession. Visit NSA’s website at www.nsaspeaker.org.