International Speaker, Toronto, ON. Born: Toronto, ON.
Leroy Hibbert is an international speaker, consultant, lecturer, teacher, and educator addressing critical issues affecting every aspect of human, social, and spiritual development. He has the unique ability to connect, captivate and inspire his audience with the tools necessary to deal with the complexities of life and has an authentic way of sending out his message. Leroy utilizes his wit and experience working with families, students and community leaders to motivate and inspire people to become the person(s) they want to be. His faith leads him to communicate with people and his life becomes infectious to his audience.
Leroy has appeared on television and radio programs to discuss issues of youth violence, race relations, and Black History and is committed to educating, encouraging and empowering people from all nationalities and backgrounds on how to have a successful, fulfilling and prosperous life.
Honours: Black Community Achievement Award; Fourth R Recognition Award; Frances M. Brennan Award from the Centre for Children and Families in the Justice System of The London Family Court Clinic; inclusion in Who’s Who in Black Canada 2 (2006).
Education: Dipl., Recreation Leadership, Fanshawe College (1992).
Favourite book? The Bible is my favourite book because it contains elements that has assisted in my growth and development as a person and provides me with the resources to assist humanity.
Favourite quote? “All things are possible if you only believe.”
Given the chance, what would you love to do that you haven’t done yet? I would like to travel with my wonderful wife and daughter to another country.
Who inspires you? Jesus Christ, my family, and the students and adults I have the privilege to speak with.