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Imagine a conference, in a world where people listen to important information from speaker after speaker after speaker. When it is all over, they find it difficult to remember it all. Just when it seems all too much, it suddenly becomes too much fun…
Now imagine ending your conference with a hilarious on-the-spot musical spoof about what just happened. Paul Huschilt, award winning speaker and storyteller attends your conference, takes tons of notes and converts it into a wickedly funny and respectfully irreverent satire that is virtually laugh-a-line and totally focused on you.
Meeting planners and clients call on award winning speaker and storyteller Paul Huschilt, the delegate-in-disguise who retells everything. Your conference is an astounding story waiting to make your people laugh as they remember what they did and celebrate what they do. Paul Huschilt provides The Ultimate Ending™.
Paul has been to grade 1 twice, but he has never been to grade 2. (At the age of 7, Paul moved to Switzerland (with his parents) where he repeated grade 1. The Swiss were so clever that back in Canada, he skipped grade 2.)
Although he believes in life-long learning Paul is no longer in grade school. If he were, he would be in grade 37.
Paul’s speaking and seminar work has taken him across the United States and Canada, as well as to the Netherlands, France, and Japan.
Paul Huschilt is an award winning speaker and storyteller.
The Canadian Association of Professional Speakers has asked Paul to present his closing conference weaving summary for 3 national conventions in a row.
Paul sang in the Canadian Opera Company chorus in 1997 and 1998.
Paul presents in French, English and Japanese. He plans to learn a new language every 5 years until he reaches grade 57.
Paul holds a Master of Arts Management Degree, a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, a Diploma in Career Counselling, and a Certificate in Adult Education - all of which he earned himself! (These he earned at Carnegie Mellon University, The University of Windsor, George Brown College, and St. Francis Xavier University respectively.)
At 24, Paul drove Debbie Reynolds to dinner when he was the Assistant Company Manager for the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera Company.
Since becoming a professional member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers, Paul has not missed a convention.