"Everything You Wanted to Know about the Opposite Sex" presented by Dr. Lori Hart
Relationships with the opposite sex…they are a part of our everyday life. Many of us question things about men and women: Why do men say they will call, and then don’t? Why do women go to the bathroom in pairs? Why doesn’t text messaging count as verbal communication? Why is the Facebook status “in a relationship” so important?
Lori explores biology, stereotypes and communication theory in an effort to help both men and women understand development and the opposite sex. Healthy relationships are essential throughout life and college is where you learn who you are and what you need from someone else in a relationship. This keynote is full of laughs as well as important messages about self-esteem.
Dr. Lori Hart has an undergraduate degree in Education from Auburn University, a master’s degree in Education from the University of Montevallo and a doctorate degree in Higher Education from Georgia State University.
An avid participant in the fraternity/sorority community, Lori has served as an active volunteer for Alpha Omicron Pi for almost two decades, and she currently serves as the Director of Alcohol Education for Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
Lori has served as a speaker for CAMPUSPEAK since 1999. In 2007, Lori was recognized by Campus Activities Magazine as both Speaker of the Year and Female Performer of the Year. She visits close to 100 campuses a year, bringing messages about relationships, alcohol education, and Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Lori currently resides in Atlanta, GA with her son and two Golden Retriever dogs.