Brian M. Rabon, CST, PMP Just Got Accepted into the National Speakers Association

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Braintrust is proud to announce that we have another certification to add to our ever-growing list of professional credentials. In addition to being certified by the Scrum Alliance and Project Management Institute, this week Braintrust President, Brian M. Rabon, CST, PMP, was approved as a professional member of the National Speakers Association.

The National Speakers Association is the leading source for community, education and entrepreneurial business knowledge needed to be successful in the speaking profession. They have thousands of members including experts in a variety of industries and disciplines, who reach audiences as speakers, trainers, educators, humorists, motivators, consultants, authors and more. The National Speakers Association is also a member of the Global Speakers Federation (GSF), a global network dedicated to advancing the speaking profession worldwide.

As an already accomplished speaker who stands in front of classrooms full of professionals on a daily basis, you may wonder why Brian would go through the process and the effort to become approved by the National Speakers Association. Well, you may not know this, but in addition to being a charismatic Scrum instructor in the classroom environment, Brain Rabon is a world-class speaker. He has traveled the globe speaking about Agile and Scrum. He has spoken to groups including Agile 20XX, PMI Symposiums and Professional Development Days, and Scrum Alliance Scrum Gatherings. And, if you’ve met Brian, you probably know that from teaching Scrum to snow skiing, he is committed to continual improvement in all aspects of his life. He is a seeker of knowledge and is constantly looking for ways to learn and get better at everything that he does. And that’s why he went through the process of applying for the National Speakers Association.

Brian’s goal in joining the National Speakers Association is to continue to challenge himself and improve the service he delivers to Braintrust customers from classroom instruction to key note presentations.
Check back with us on this blog to hear more from Brian as he gets more involved in the Association and begins to learn from their vast resources.