Possessing the gift-of-gab and a servant’s heart, Jameo (JAY-me-oh) believes that learning can be fun and that life is too short to be miserable.
He provides educational, inspirational, and entertaining speaker and training series in the areas of leadership, communication, decision-making, career planning, life skills development, and diversity. Regarded as an enthusiastic and encouraging speaker, he is a lifelong learner, omnivorous and voracious reader, and teacher at heart.
He has appeared on several Richmond radio stations and magazines. He has presented to Virginia businesses and community colleges.
Jameo holds a BBA in Business & Finance, a Master's Degree in Adult Education & Development, and is a Doctorate of Education Candidate in Global Training & Development with a focus in human performance, consulting, and organizational development.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
"Mr. Pollock has proven himself to be a consummate professional in every area of training and organizational development, with a specialized talent in motivational speaking. His genuine passion is helping others succeed and overcome those doubts and dilemmas we all face when moving through life's journey. He is an excellent communicator and dedicated to the field of adult development. I have profound respect for Mr. Pollock and his multitude of talents, and look forward to working with him for many years to come."
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PURCHASE LATEST BOOK
"Pollock shows good promise in his first publication, a fast-paced novella thriller with a twist in the end sure to entertain readers."
-- Anthony R. (Amazon Purchaser)
"Attention grabbing and easy to read. The story line pulls you in, and the lead characters are well developed. Can't wait for more! "
- M. O'Toole (Amazon Purchaser)
"For someone who's not normally a fan of this genre, this book may be the catalyst that converts me. Thoroughly enjoyed reading it and was very entertained from beginning to end. Was hooked from the start and kept my attention throughout, never a lull. Felt like I knew the characters personally.
Length wasn't too short, yet not too long either. Storyline/mystery level wasn't too simple, yet neither was it overly-complex. Was "just right" in many ways... like "Baby Bear's porridge".
- Mark B. (Amazon Purchaser)