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- Award-Winning Keynote Speaker -

Earl Granville

A different mindset. Earl provides you with his ideas from his life experience of battling trauma, and the path to redefining your mind so that you can create the space necessary for important positive shifts in your life, stepping out of your comfort zone to be the leader we are all meant to be, and the importance of being a part of and building a healthy community.

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Meet Earl Granville

Keynote Speaker, Veteran and Advocate for Resilience

Earl Granville, was two weeks into basic training at Ft Benning, GA with his twin brother Joe, when 9/11 happened. He went on to serve nine years in the Army National Guard as an Infantryman, with deployments to Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. On his final tour, he lost his left leg through the knee to a roadside bomb while on patrol. He also lost his teammates Major Scott Hagerty of Stillwater Oklahoma and Specialist Derek Holland of Wind Gap Pennsylvania that day.

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The Three Ps

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Purpose

Every individual in society needs it. What do you wake up to give to the world? 

2

Passion

What do you wake up to do for yourself? It could be fitness, a musical instrument, your family, dog….whatever puts a smile on your face! 

3

Part of Something Bigger

In the big picture, we are just a small pebble in the ocean. Find your people, and your tribe, to make your community a better place for you and the rest of society.

Frequently
Asked Questions

What is your fee?

My fee depends on the specific needs of the event, location, and engagement type. The first step in every engagement is doing a needs assessment to see where I can add the most value.

What types of organizations do you work with?

I work with everyone, from non-for-profit organizations, corporations, schools and charities.

Do you do in person and virtual engagements?

Yes, I do both in person and virtual engagements.

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Earl Granville - U.S. Army National Guard 2000-10
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USA Warrior Stories

Earl Granville - U.S. Army National Guard 2000-10

Earl Granville, was two weeks into boot camp at Ft Benning with his twin brother Joe, when 9/11 happened. He went on to serve nine years in the Army National Guard as an Infantryman, with deployments to Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. On his final tour, he lost his left leg through the knee to a roadside bomb while on patrol. He also lost his teammates Major Scott Hagerty of Stillwater Oklahoma and Specialist Derek Holland of Wind Gap Pennsylvania that day. After becoming an amputee and the passing of his brother Joe, who took his own life while they were serving on active duty back in 2010, Earl now spends most of his time traveling the country as a public speaker. Discussing healthy ways to battle adversity, through the positivity in his messaging, real-life solutions from his own experiences, and participating as an inspiration and motivating force through psychical fitness challenges and marathons across the country. He is currently pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Counseling & Human Services at the University of Scranton and works with many non-profits such as Operation Enduring Warrior, the Oscar Mike Foundation, and Warrior Strong. These 501c3s help keep wounded and disabled veterans and law enforcement physically active after their injuries. Earl has received numerous awards for his volunteer work and his speaking, including the 2018 Attorney General Heart So Big Award, the Junior Chamber International (JCI USA) TOYA Award for Personal Improvement and/or Accomplishment under the Class of 2017 and the 2018 Daughters of the American Revolution Veterans Volunteer Award. Earl retired from the army as a Staff Sergeant with numerous awards such as the Combat Infantryman Badge and the Purple Heart. For more information on Earl visit his website www.earlgranville.org If you’re a Veteran or Veteran Service Organization that would like your story told please email us at info@usawarriorstories.org or call (631)819-0805. For more information on USA Warrior Stories visit our website https://usawarriorstories.org/

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