In need of a speaker for your group?

Award winning author, speaker and educator David Rosman is now scheduling speaking engagements for the summer and fall of 2012 offering three presentations.

Religion, Politics and Elections is based on David’s acclaimed book A Christian Nation?: An examination of Christian nation theories and proofs.  This discussion concerns the history of American politics and the use of religion as a “qualifier” for public office. Available as a presentation.

Persuasion: Politics, Pulpits and Proprietorships is a professional development presentation concerning the Art of Persuasion for political candidates, religious leaders and professional sales women and men. Available as a presentation, or as a one-half or full-day seminar.

Gendered Communication is not about interplanetary communication between the sexes. It concerns the real differences between “Male” and “Female” speak and how to recognize each in a speech, discussion or confrontation. This presentation has been highly regarded by several local SHRM organizations as well as Business and Political groups. Available as a presentation, or a one-half-day or full-day seminar.

Special Notice: David will be in New York City from July 23 to August 2 and is seeking one or two engagements on Long Island or any of the five Boroughs of NYC.

David has been faculty of Communication since for over 30-years, having taught at the University of Colorado at Denver, Denver University and Regis University (Denver) and Southern Methodist University. Today David is faculty at Columbia College, Columbia MO.

He has been actively involved in local, state and national politics for four decades, including providing training for two presidential campaigns, campaign manager and campaign communication manager for federal, statewide and regional races.

To schedule David to speak at your organization or for more information, please contact him at

Or call him at 573-999-0982

About David Rosman

David is the winner of the Missouri Press Foundation's "Best Columnist" in 2013 (First Place) and 2014 (Second Place), the 2016 Harold Riback Award for excellence in writing, and the winner of the 2007 Interactive Media Award for excellence in editing.
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