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Swen was an NCAA Champion and now works for one of the most successful Fortune 500 companies. 

He understands high-growth Enterprises and how they become Champion Teams. Swen was head coach of a National Champion College basketball team.

People relate to Swen.

Through levity, poetry, music, and vulnerability, Swen has a way of opening the hearts of people. He understands where people are and they quickly know that. And that is why they believe him when he says, “If I can do it, you can also.”

Swen achieved the highest level of his profession.

He didn’t make his high school basketball team and didn’t start one college game. How did Swen not only make it to the NBA, but how did he become an record setter, All-Star, and Naismith Hall of Fame nominee?

Seven feet of motivation!


Head and Shoulders Above Other Motivational Speakers.

  • Two NCAA championships with
    UCLA and John Wooden
  • Head coach, college basketball
    ​national championship
  • Only player to be NBA first round draft choice, yet not start a college game
  • 12-year professional basketball player (Lakers, Clippers, Bucks, Spurs, Nets)
  • ABA Rookie of the Year
  • Two-Time ABA All Star
  • NBA all-time rebound record holder
  • Only player to lead both NBA and ABA in rebounds
  • Member of exclusive NBA 30-30 club
  • 19th all-time NBA field goal percentage
  • 10th all-time NBA rebounds per minute
  • Milwaukee Bucks record for rebounds in one game
  • Inductee: Orange County Hall of Fame
  • Inductee: San Diego Hall of Championships
  • Officially named, “Mr. Clipper,” at 2004 NBA All-Star game
  • Executive of a Fortune 500 company

You can be confident when you book Swen. He knows success. Swen is extremely funny and entertaining but his messages are life-changing.

He works for one of the world’s largest and 

​most successful companies.

He is right in the thick of things, understands what employees think and what they dream about. He has heard and understands every concern and praise employees make. He knows how great organizations succeed; It’s through developing its people and involving them in the bottom line.