August 22, 2003 - Professional Speakers Bureau International: Colombia RPCV and former NPCA President Chic Dambach is Top Rated Speaker

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Colombia RPCV and former NPCA President Chic Dambach is Top Rated Speaker

Colombia RPCV and former NPCA President Chic Dambach is Top Rated Speaker

Charles Dambach
Keynote Speaker

International Platform Associations's
Top Rated Speaker!

Renaissance Man of Remarkable Achievement

Dynamic National Leader

His story is inspiring.

His message is compelling.

Chic Dambach delivers a custom made keynote address filled with inspiration and rock-solid information.

He builds on values gained as a Peace Corps Volunteer, lessons learned as a champion athlete, and opportunities discovered through national leadership and global connections.

He speaks with authority on leadership, quality, commitment, and service.

He will bring a special message of purpose and value to your event

What Others Say:

"1 want to thank ... Chic Dambach for his tireless efforts to build this organization into the powerful force it has become."
Bill Clinton, President

"You have worked wonders."
Sargent Shriver, First Director
Peace Corps

"Your presentation was awesome."
Elaine Chao, Former President,
United Way of America

"You were at the top of our audience poll...You are an inspiration!"
Lu vie Owens, President
International Platjbrm Association

"The strong attendance, the engaging program -- especially the high profile attention from the White House and the news media -- are all testimony to the dynamic leadership you've brought."
Mal Warwick, Chairman
Mal Warwick & Associates, Inc.

"1 have rarely found an individual that combined so many of the best traits of leadership."
Harry Blaney, President,
Coalition for American Leadership Abroad

"Chic is well respected not only by the athletes in the sport of canoe and kayak, but by the Olympic family in general."
Jerry Lace, Former Executive Director,
U. S. Cycling Federation.

Career Highlights

Museum Trustee Association
President and CEO

National Peace Corps Association
President and CEO

National Assembly of Local Arts Agencies
Founding Executive Director

Leadership and Service

Coalition for American Leadership Abroad
Chairman of the Board

International Development Conference
Vice President

Board of Overseers

National Peace Garden

Peace Corps Volunteer

Olympic Sports

Olympic Games
Official: Seoul, Barcelona and Atlanta

U. S. Olympic Canoe and Kayak Team
Board Chairman and CEO
National Gold Medal Competitor

Pan American Canoe Racing Council

Speaker and Writer

Chic is a frequent convention and campus speaker, including the International Platform Association, International Development Conference, Society for International Development, Peace Corps, National Council of International Visitors, Congress of Student Government Associations, Close Up Foundation, etc. He has also appeared on several C-Span and CNN news reports.

His essays, articles and letters have appeared in Time, The New York Times, Foreign Service Journal, Board Member, World View, Olympian and the U. S. Olympic Committee's commemorative book, Seoul Calgaiy 1988.


Chic has traveled to five continents and over 20 countries. He has an MBA degree from Wake Forest University, and a BA from Oklahoma State University where he played football, was a student government leader and a champion orator. He was named the Outstanding Student of the year.

He has been the subject of feature articles in the alunmi magazines of both Oklahoma State and Wake Forest, and he has been featured in the Christian Science Monitor and the German news magazine Focus.

He and his wife Kay live near Annapolis. Maryland with their two young children, Grant and Kai. After Kai was born with kidney failure. Chic and Kay both donated kidneys to save his life. His older son Alex lives in Finlay, Ohio.

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Story Source: Professional Speakers Bureau International

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