Mark Scharenbroich’s career as a motivational speaker began with the Jostens award-winning film, “The Greatest Days of your Life…(so far)” which featured Mark speaking to high school students about engagement. It was viewed by millions of high school students worldwide in the 1980s.
His ability to connect with students, and keep them engaged with humor and life-changing messages, earned him the reputation for being the most in-demand speaker for high school students.
Mark is often times invited to speak at conferences by business leaders who heard him speak years ago in their high schools . . . and still remembering the powerful impact of his presentation.
He is an award-winning keynote speaker, winner of an Emmy Award® as writer/producer for an ABC-TV special, and recipient of several international film awards.
In 2003, Mark was inducted into the National Speaker’s Association prestigious Hall of Fame — an honor bestowed upon less than 5% of professional speakers worldwide. Fellow inductees include President Ronald Reagan, General Colin Powell, Zig Zigler and Ken Blanchard.