WARREN MARTIN is a consultant, author, teacher, minister and speaker known for his unique teaching style. His passion is to inspire and invest in the next generation of leaders.
WARREN MARTIN is a philosophy graduate of Texas Tech University. He is an author, teacher, minister, artist, quasi-philosopher and speaker known for his unique teaching style. His passion is to inspire & invest in the next generation of leaders.
Warren currently serves as Executive Director of Kansas Strong for the promotion of the quality of life created by the oil & natural gas industry. He previously served as Executive Director of the General Tommy Franks Leadership Institute and Museum and was the primary presenter of all Inspired Leadership Experiences.
Warren has been leading leadership workshops, presenting keynote presentations and consulting with Fortune 500 corporations and non-profit organizations for 22 years.
He has been in ministry since 1994, when he served as a youth minister in Lubbock, TX. Since that time he has served in the mission field, and has worked with churches and ministries across America.
Most recently, Warren has been the subject of a feature article for the Wichita Business Journal, CPAFocus magazine, a leadership paper published in the Journal of Educational Leadership magazine, and was the recipient of the OKCTEEC Outstanding Community Partner Award and the OK Ethics Community Impact Award.
Warren has worked in 28 countries around the world (mostly in the Middle East and Latin America). The author of 5 books (books) and 3 articles published by AASLH (articles). He has also worked with teachers, organizations, and youth ministers to develop curriculum and need specific training. Warren has been listed among the top 400 speakers in America. His passion is to invest in the lives of others through servant leadership to assist them in reaching their full potential.
Warren and his wife of 26 years, Wendy, reside in El Dorado, KS. They are the proud parents of four daughters; Bailey and husband Art, Aisha, Chrysa and Kali. They spend most of their free time spoiling their granddaughters, Tessa and Marley.
“Your presentation yesterday was refreshing, inspiring and relevant. I felt like I was seeing a Ted Talk live!”
- Marty Hardell, PMP, TPM Small Cell/DAS Quality and Continuous Improvement Director