Chance always brings a heartfelt message through motivation, humor, and positive energy. His storytelling approach comes from life experiences and examples and has always been the pulse and lifeline of his grass-roots messaging. Your event is sure to enjoy his talk.
Great sessions for your next employee retreat or professional development day. Plenty of group interaction and feedback to provide quality frontline services. Topics range from balancing personal and professional responsibilities to differences in the workplace. Be ready for a Informative training in the efforts to bring out the best employee you can be.
Spirituality, Family Preservation, and Education is a priority in the Rush household. Chance teams up with wife Tyler to bring communities a fresh perspective on NATIVE family wellness. Tyler and Chance bring knowledge of their backgrounds and outreach along with some pretty crazy parenting stories to share and learn from in a fun, upbeat way. Healthy Relationships Build Healthy Families!
As a Licensed Preacher, Chance has had the opportunity to share his testimony as an invited guest, a panelist, and for interviews. Spirituality, Leadership, Outreach, and Culture are the anchors and foundation to his Walk in Faith. Chance is an active member of Indian Community Church in Oklahoma City with the guidance of Pastor Eddie Lindsey.
“What sets Chance apart from others is his diverse and extensive experience, blended with his cultural and spiritual background. His energy and dynamic presence makes him an ideal emcee, keynote speaker or trainer for both large and small venues, whether in person or virtual. For several years, Tribal Tech’s employees have been fortunate to be energized and inspired by Chance!”
~ Vicki Vasques, Owner & Chairwoman, Tribal Tech LLC
“Not only has Chance been a dynamic emcee for The NTCSA Conference for the past 10 years, but he has also been an engaging speaker for workshops and training. . His humor and grace make him very much in demand at our conferences. Our attendees look forward to hearing him.”
Sandy Cloer, President, National Tribal Child Support Association.