Bruce Jenner

Bruce JennerBorn in Mount Kisco, New York, Bruce was raised in the Westchester County area. In high school he excelled in football and basketball as well as on the track, where he was an all-state pole vault and high jump champion. Bruce Jenner captivated the
world when he broke the world record by scoring 8,634 points in the decathlon at the 1976 Olympic games in Montreal and earned the title, “World’s Greatest Athlete”.

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A devoted father and husband, Bruce is also a loyal supporter of many non profit and charitable organizations and serves on numerous advisory boards such as the Special Olympics, where he serves on the Council of Champions, The National Dyslexia Research Foundation, and an avid supporter of Athletes and Entertainers for Kids. Bruce and his wife Kris serve on the board of The Dream Foundation, an organization that grants wishes to terminally ill adults, and C.O.A.C.H. for Kids, a mobile medical unit providing quality health care to under privileged families throughout LosAngeles. He’s always had a firm commitment to youth, including the physically and mentally handicapped. Given his own battle with dyslexia, Bruce strives to further the efforts of agencies connected with learning disabilities. Bruce Jenner also garnered several other honors such as a Sullivan Award for his outstanding performance as an amateur athlete and the Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year.

Bruce was inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame in 1986 , the Bay Area Hall of Fame, and Connecticut Sports Hall of Fame in 1994. In the years since his athletic achievements made him world famous, Bruce has become a highly respected motivational speaker, sports commentator, entrepreneur, commercial spokesperson, television personality, actor, producer and author. He received “Father of the Year” honors from the Southern California Father’s Day Committee. When he’s not being a great dad, husband, entrepreneur or speaker, Bruce is most likely flying his own plane, working on his golf game, race car driving, or looking for new and interesting elements to add to an already full and versatile lifestyle.

The Olympic Hall of Famer is one of today’s most highly sought after speakers. Bruce’s passion as a motivational speaker has gained him national attention. Corporate and community audiences are captivated by Bruce’s unique Olympic, personal and professional success story, which he highlights in his message, “Finding the Champion Within.” Bruce’s energy translates easily into his presentations and audiences are visibly moved by his story and the lessons that have made him a success .The speech’s message taps the universal potential for greatness and applies to everyone to strive for success. Throughout the years he has authored 5 books that contain motivational highlights, guides to fitness and personal achievements.

Jumping off of the page and into the world of digital media, Bruce Jenner is also a sports-caster and commentator for a number of NBC sporting events, including the Olympic Games, and received the title “Outstanding International Sports-caster of the Year”. Bruce was the face of Wheaties for several years and is a commercial spokesperson for such multinational corporations as General Mills, Anheuser Busch, Coca Cola, MCI, Merck and VISA. Bruce’s dedication to business is strong while his willingness to participate in the lives of those he meets is always accompanied by a smile and a handshake. Bruce has affected many people in a positive way and he will continue to talk to those who wish to be uplifted through his speeches . His wish for audiences everywhere is , “Realize that as long as you strive for success, the glory is never gone.You can be a champion ever day of your life.”

Bruce Jenner has accomplished a great deal in his lifetime. Interestingly, the core of his message is about others more than it is about himself. He is focused on the theme that any person who makes an effort can achieve something great- greatness is at the core of every man, woman and child who wants it. One powerful way to inherit greatness is to simply give. “Get involved! That’s what America is all about- helping other people.”

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