Student Success Coaching
NBC’s American Ninja Warrior City Finalist
Verizon Wireless Motivator Award Recipient
International Examiner’s Best Youth Mentor
Featured on ABC, NBC & The Chicago Times
NACA & APCA Showcasing Artist
Client’s include: NASPA, ACPA, NODA, AFLV, Stanford, Baylor University, Purdue University & Circle K International
Home State: Washington
Hoan Do is a student success coach, author, and competitor in NBC’s hit show, American Ninja Warrior. As an award-winning college motivational speaker, Hoan speaks at colleges & universities across North America sharing practical advice that helps students to succeed in and out of school.
His learning outcome based programs are focused on the areas of college success, leadership development, stress management, interpersonal communications, and personal motivation. Some of Hoan’s most popular programs are: – Succeeding in College & in Life – Becoming an Outstanding Student Leader – Turn Your Stress into Success! – The Art of Connecting: How to Motivate, Influence, & Relate to Anybody – Digital Team Building: Increasing Communication, Collaboration, & Camaraderie.
"Hoan was inspiring and very entertaining.If you want to motivate your students to become better leaders, to be more involved on campus, and to have an event or conference that students will remember for the rest of their college experience, then I would recommend that bring Hoan to your campus.”
Sweet Briar College
"Out of all of the speakers that I have heard, what makes Hoan unique is his ability to connect with the students. "
Bruce August Jr.,
The University of Texas at Dallas
“Hoan worked with our student leaders at your annual retreat and I cannot recommend him enough! He helped our student leaders to improve their interpersonal skills, showed them how to build genuine connections with others, and showed us why it is important to stop networking and to learn how to start connecting.”
“Hoan captured our student’s attention from the very beginning and had them engaged and laughing until the very end. After he finished speaking, our students rushed down to connect with him."
White Swan High School