WIND 2020 Keynote Speaker

Award-Winning Hall of Fame Athlete

Roger Crawford


Tuesday, January 28, 2020 8:30AM

From Center Court To Center Stage

How to Navigate Change, Build a Winning Mindset, and Improve Performance

Roger Crawford is one of America’s most highly regarded speakers and a shining example of the power of resilience to hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world.

Physically challenged from birth, he has learned from experience that resilience--our ability to thrive under stress and bounce back from hardship--is a skill that we can all develop and maintain. As an award-winning, Hall of Fame Athlete Roger Crawford, who is the first and only person in American history to be a United States Professional Tennis Association athlete and play a Division I college sport with a severe disability, is a testament to making setbacks become comebacks.

Sports Illustrated has recognized Roger as “one of the most accomplished, physically challenged athletes in history” He’s also the recipient of the ITA Achievement Award, presented by the International Tennis Hall of Fame.  He has been interviewed on Larry King Live, Good Morning America, CNBC, and many other prominent television programs. An Emmy Award-winning NBC-TV movie entitled In a New Light was based upon Roger’s incredible life story. The print media has profiled Roger in publications such as USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Men’s Fitness, Fast Company, and Tennis Magazine.

Roger is also a bestselling author whose books have been translated into seventeen different languages. His most recent book, How High Can You Bounce? Turn Setbacks into Comebacksempowers you can to make resilience the springboard to your own success.

Be prepared to be inspired and motivated as this presentation will help you build a winning mindset, turn change into opportunity and transform results.


Thanks to our WIND 20​20 VIP Conference and Keynote Speaker Sponsor




Don't miss the "meet and greet" with ​Roger Crawford in the WIND Discovery Exhibit Hall 

following his keynote presentation at 10AM.