Tom Segar, Ph.D.

Speaker ~ Trainer ~ Facilitator ~ Consultant

Tom Segar, Ph.D.  - Educational Consultant © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 

"Prior to this I heard he was phenomenal - it proved true."
"Very knowledgeable and wonderful speaker, addressed our issues and dealt with specific campus issues."
"I found everything he said very helpful. I feel and believe that now I have more confidence."
"Extremely knowledgeable and can answer questions that are unplanned very well."
"Extensive and well-communicated."

Student Participants
Wilson College

"I should be the one thanking you! It is always a pleasure to work with you. By using both power-point and hands on activities, the students can be a part of the experience. It's not a lecture, it's a whole different world that you allow those who are lost to be comfortable to walk into. It is an honor to have worked with you and hope to do so again soon." 

Erica Schwartz
Student Leader
Penn State Mont Alto


"Tom is a dynamic facilitator who has an amazing presence. His ability to engage a group is his strongest asset!" 

Tamara Stevens
Director of Residential Life
Saint Josephs College


"I just wanted to take a moment and share my sincere thanks and appreciation for everything you did this past weekend. 
Your experience and skill helped to bring out both the best and the problems in our group. I hope all involved valued your work in creating a powerful leadership experience for them."

Mike Quickel
Resident Director and Residence Hall Association Advisor
Cabrini College


"A quick note of thanks for the outstanding program you presented at Penn State University’s NE Regional Allies in Prevention Conference, on Friday, November 1st, 2002. Your enthusiasm and interaction with the students from the NE Caucus, Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Hazelton, and Worthington Scranton, was more than I could have asked for. Attempting to make even student leaders feel comfortable can be a difficult task. You were able to make everyone feel comfortable, connected, and a member of their Allies team. 

I have had a number of students approach me with accolades for your ability to touch on sometimes difficult topics in a caring and understanding manner which made them feel you understood where they were coming from. Your ability to intertwine our other presenter’s information (Drug and Alcohol Prevention) into your presentation was very well done and appreciated.

Your participation in our Penn State University Student Leadership Conference and now as, I hope, a permanent member of our Regional Leadership Conferences makes my job more enjoyable as well. You’re flexibility to work around schedules and spur of the moment issues is to be complimented. I would highly recommend you to any one who is looking for a team building, diversity issues, or Orientation presenter. Again Tom, not only do I thank you but our students send their thanks as well. 

What more of a compliment can I forward to you than this….”Tom was Great!” I look forward to working with you in the near future."

Sincerely,
Jackie Warnick-Piatt

Student Activities/Service Learning Coordinator 
Penn State Wilkes-Barre


"So many students have commented on how they enjoyed your presentation. You have made a difference in the lives of others and how they view diversity." 

Amy Cotner-Klingler
Associate Director of Student Life
Penn State Mont Alto


"Thank you for all of your help with Gryphon Training at Lehigh. I received a lot of positive feedback from the Gryphons. One told me your session was the best diversity training she's experienced in the four years she's been a Gryphon! Thank you for your invaluable time, energy and resources! " 

Gretchen Hill
Residence Life Coordinator
Lehigh University


Thank you for a most enjoyable as well as insightful presentation. The topics covered fostered critical thinking and are sure to make us think twice when interacting with each other. 

Omayra Arocho
Resident Director
Rutgers University - Newark


“Tom gets everyone involved. He is dynamic! He’s motivated! He touched on some tough topics in a very caring and understanding manner. He was great!"

Penn State University 
Regional Allies in Prevention Student Participant