Darrell “Coach D” Andrews, CSP provides speaking, training, coaching and strategic consulting programs to schools, workforce development organizations, businesses and associations worldwide. He holds a CSP Designation from the National Speakers Association and the Global Federation of Speakers. He was the 2012-13 Chairperson of the CSP Committee for NSA.
“Coach D is one of the most in demand speakers and strategist worldwide! His innovative insights have helped to create positive outcomes for thousands of organizations and millions of people.”
ABOUT DARRELL ANDREWS ENTERPRISES
We are a 17 year old company that helps companies, schools, organizations and individuals maximize their potential. Via strategic sessions, speaking, training and coaching events, we use the power of passion and purpose to foster organizational and individual development. Darrell “Coach D” Andrews, CSP is one of less than 600 Certified Speaking Professionals Worldwide. His speeches, trainings and coaching programs are both strategic and motivational!
What People Are Saying About “Coach D”
“I would personally like to thank you for your participation in this years NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) National Convention. Your keynote speech Thursday morning really set the tone for our conference. Our conference really would not More >>
“On behalf of over 5,500 students and adults from across the country attending the meeting, the national staff, national officers and especially myself, I would like to thank you for doing such a great job as a speaker for our youth sessions. More >>
“On behalf of the National PTA, I want to extend a sincere “thank you” for re-igniting the “passion” in our PTA Leaders at our Leadership Conferences. We wanted a motivational speaker and you surpassed our expectations by leaps and bounds. More >>
“Thank you for coming to Erie, Pennsylvania and to Roosevelt Middle School. Our students and faculty are still talking about your message and your words. After you left, students went into small group discussions, and the teachers reported More >>