WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

Tayo Rockson is an engaging and dynamic speaker and we felt so lucky to have him join us for our National Summit. Tayo’s knowledge on harnessing data revolution for sustainable change resonated with our members and allowed them to embrace the sustainable development goals. He shared some key strategies that allowed our members to embrace our core values and by sharing that with their chapters at home, effectively engage and motivate others. I would highly recommend him to any organization!
— Chrystal Ramsay-Dyess Director of Member Services United States Junior Chamber
Tayo is an incredible entrepreneur who has an ability to not only ask the right questions, but take what people say around him and tweak his daily routine to become a better person. He is willing to listen, and is someone driven to change this world.
— Chirag Kulkarni Co-founder and CEO at C&M Group
As an activist and cross-cultural expert, Tayo educated World Bank Group President, Dr. Jim Kim, thought-leaders in the international development industry and more than 150 global mobile World Bank Group staff members and their dependents on cross-cultural communication techniques and best practices. Through his motivational speaking style, he offered incentivized and tangible examples on how best foster cultural transparency.
— Claudia Koerbler: Policy Development and Outreach Specialist, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
I worked with Tayo on two roundtables of Facebook Live for NowThis, a socially distributed company. He is very knowledgeable on topics pertaining to diversity, inclusion and social justice. He is great on camera, articulate and he handled live interviews well. He brought in valuable guests on important topics. He is passionate about his work and a pleasure to be around.
— Shako Liu: Producer at NowThis News
Tayo has a remarkable ability to help managers and individuals navigate cross-cultural relationships. Tayo’s work is rooted in helping individuals and businesses build cultural competencies needed to keep up with the opportunities and challenges that come with globalization. This is critical to successful inclusive workplaces in today’s world.
— Andy Molinsky: Author of Global Dexterity & Professor at Brandeis University's International Business School
My organization was looking for a spokesperson who could help us deliver a universal message with eloquence and conviction. Tayo was the only person we considered for the job. His passion for global citizenship mixed with his dynamic delivery was exactly what our international organization needed. Simply put—when Tayo speaks, people listen.
— Taylor Cruz, Innovation Specialist, Pact