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Former Nike Exec Kevin Carroll to Speak on the Importance of Play & Creativity
High Meadows Center for Progressive Learning Will Host the Free Event on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m.
By: High Meadows School
This event will take place Tuesday, Nov. 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Center of High Meadows School located at 1055 Willeo Road, Roswell 30075. A Q&A session and book signing will follow Mr. Carroll’s presentation.This event is a feature program of the High Meadows Center for Progressive Learning, a non-profit organization offering community programming and training that further its mission to be a beacon for best progressive education practices in teaching, learning and parenting in this region and beyond.
Kevin Carroll is the founder of Kevin Carroll Katalyst/LLC and the author of three highly successful books: Rules of the Red Rubber Ball, What's Your Red Rubber Ball?! and The Red Rubber Ball at Work, published by ESPN, Disney Press and McGraw-Hill. After serving in the Air Force for 10 years, Mr. Carroll became an athletic trainer at the high school and collegiate levels in Philadelphia. His expertise in sport performance led to his job as head athletic trainer for the Philadelphia 76ers. While at the 76ers, Nike tapped Mr. Carroll to bring his unique experiences to the sneaker giant. With his consulting endeavors, he has helped turn creative ideas into reality for organizations such as ESPN, Nike, Starbucks, the NBA, Walt Disney Company, Mattel, Hasbro, Procter & Gamble, Discovery Channel and many others.
To register for the Kevin Carroll event, please visit: https://highmeadows.org/
About High Meadows School:
Established in 1973 and located on more than 40 wooded acres in Roswell, Ga., High Meadows School is an independent, International Baccalaureate®
About High Meadows Center for Progressive Learning:
The High Meadows Institute aims to share knowledge and understanding about progressive education by promoting progressive practices in teaching, parenting and living. The Institute provides speakers, workshops, informational sessions and professional development opportunities to the Atlanta community, its educators and parents, and anyone wanting to make a positive difference in a child’s life.