Speaker's Bureau

The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Speakers Bureau offers presentations on a variety of topics related to the American West, in addition to other business related topics. Speakers of the NCWHM bureau provide lectures and talks to community groups and organizations. Oftentimes, speakers can tailor presentations to meet the needs of a particular group. For questions or to schedule a speaker, please click on the name of the speaker.

An Overview of One of America’s Treasures-The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum!
Speaker: Jan Taylor
Length: 15-60 minutes

This colorful presentation will deliver the rich history of how the Cowboy Hall of Fame has been transformed into a national treasure/top tourist attraction in the area and why 11 million visitors have entered the doors for a dramatic impression of Cowboy/Western art, collections, artifacts, galleries and experiences.  A modest charitable donation to the Museum’s Educational fund is appreciated.

Seven Figure Capital Campaign
Speaker: Jan Taylor
Length: 1-2 hours

This fact-based presentation will help audiences understand how to design, develop, launch and execute campaigns ranging from $1M to $300M. Mission critical topics include communications, committees, budgets, timelines, marketing/outreach, gift tables and the identification/qualification/cultivation/solicitation/stewardship cycle.  A modest charitable donation to the Museum’s Educational fund is appreciated.

Marketing to the Millennial!
Speaker: Jan Taylor
Length: 20-60 minutes

This compelling presentation will help audiences understand how to market to age 11-34 consumers (34% of the workforce in 2014!) and understand how they use new and different ways to access information, make purchase decisions, connect socially, approach careers, balance work/leisure and experience life.  A modest charitable donation to the Museum’s Educational fund is appreciated.

 

Other available speakers on General Museum Information, art shows and events

Don Reeves, McCasland Chair of Cowboy Culture