This Year Has Great Featured Speakers!

2024 Details

Day 1

Wylie Davidson, Leaving a Safety Legacy  

Presentation description

Leaving a Safety Legacy is a refreshing look at a presentation designed for attendees to put a stronger value on what matters most; their own personal safety as well as the people around them, both on the job and at home.

Through a lecture style format this presentation is delivered with the perfect mix of high energy, humor, and thought-provoking anecdotes that attendees enjoy and take away from.

One of the best benefits of this presentation is that every attendee can relate to it at some point on a personal level. By challenging the “What’s in it for me” mentality, which is just part of our human nature, attendees discover what and who those pieces represent and as a result close the gap between having to be safe and wanting to be.

If you’re looking for an informative, creative, and energetic session to keep your attendee’s leaning in and making the connection, then this presentation is for you!

Speaker bio

Wylie Davidson is a motivational speaker and safety culture specialist from Buffalo NY. His ability to energize audiences while getting them to rethink their own personal safety values has been an effective resource with hundreds of companies at facilities all over the US, Canada and Mexico. His unique ability to add fun and humor to a safety message have made him a desired speaker with companies looking to reset their own safety culture or to give a charge to an existing one.


Monique Parker, Safety leadership and its impact on the workforce


Day 2

Lauren Sisler, Bringing Joy to the Job, Reigniting Purpose and Passion at Work. 

Lauren Sisler is a two-time Emmy award-winning sports broadcaster who joined ESPN and SEC Network in 2016 as a sideline reporter for both college football and gymnastics.
As a sportscaster and former collegiate gymnast, Lauren is passionate about sports, but even more passionate about telling the stories of the coaches, athletes, and fans who make it more than a game.
Her life was not always defined by victories. In 2003 as a freshman at Rutgers University, tragedy struck her world when she unexpectedly lost both parents within hours of each other to their concealed battle with prescription drug addiction. On her journey through grief, Lauren bravely emerged from the shadows of shame, embraced her story, and found hope again.
“I carried that shame until I finally realized I wouldn't let the pain I harbored define me, just like it didn't define my parents.”
Lauren realized that embracing her story and making peace with it had the power to heal, and she could inspire others to do the same.
Through her authenticity and vivid storytelling, Lauren’s presentations take listeners on an emotional passage that ignites gratitude and a reimagined purpose in their lives.
“Your story is significant. Learn to love it, then do something with it.”

Kristin Scroggin Generation "Them": Navigating a multi-generational workforce

Meet Kristin Scroggin – A huge fan of Generational Diversity armed with a Communication Studies master's degree from the University of Alabama and a bachelor's from Montevallo. Kristin embarked on her research endeavors during her almost 20-year tenure as a professor at the University of Alabama in Huntsville before launching her company, genWHY Communications in 2017.

Kristin has a passion for decoding the generational enigma and is known for her straight-talk speaking style and wicked twist of humor. Kristin has been on stages in 42 states, left her mark in 3 countries, and sprinkled her wisdom across more than 160 conferences for 350+ diverse organizations. From Fortune 500 giants to pint-sized non-profits, she's been there, done that, and left an indelible impression.

But wait, there's more! Fueled by an unrelenting wanderlust, Kristin and her husband are on a quest to explore every nook and cranny of the globe. Amidst their jet-setting adventures, they somehow manage to keep their sanity while raising four humans who never stop eating.

William “Billy P” Parker, Safety, It's in Your Hands