Sean O’Hare is an entrepreneur in both the private sector and the nonprofit space. After having created several successful businesses in restaurants, real estate and technology he has gone on to found his own nonprofit, 100 Million Strong, which supports those with Special Needs and serves as Chairman of Students for Life. He works often with Tim Tebow and his foundation in support of special needs. He's spoken at over 150+ venues including Duke University, the March for Life and the World Congress of Families
Sean O’Hare is an entrepreneur in both the private sector and the nonprofit space. After having created several successful businesses in restaurants, real estate and technology he has gone on to found his own nonprofit, 100 Million Strong, which supports those with Special Needs.
After working with Tim Tebow and his foundation for the past 5 years, Sean saw an opportunity to expand outreach to the special needs community. In addition, he serves as Chairman of Students for Life of America, the 3rd largest pro-life organization in the country!
He continues to advise philanthropists and private sector ventures. He recently worked as an advisor to the Vatican Library in Rome and has assisted the Council of Higher Education under Secretary Margaret Spellings.
O’Hare graduated magna cum laude from Rider University in 2003, where he played Division One Soccer and received the President’s Award. Upon graduation, O’Hare also was selected to deliver the commencement address.
Sean has spoken at over 150 venues. This includes 50+ universities such as University of Chicago, Duke University, UCLA and Baylor University as well as the March for Life and the World Congress of Families. He is also a fantastic option as an emcee for any event and is very comfortable providing the stewardship pitch at any fundraiser!
Endorsements & Testimonials:
"Your story was touching, but at the same time motivational. Thanks for the genuine interest you showed in what we are doing here." - Richard P.
The most compelling pro-life narrative
Sean shares how he providence led him to work with Tim Tebow and ultimately to found his own special needs nonprofit. This experience has helped shape a pro-life narrative that articulates the dignity of each human life by serving the disabled.
The financial bottom-line drives activity in the workplace. How to maximize profits for the good of the company, its employees and shareholders. But what about our spiritual bottom-line? What inputs do we provide for the ultimate return on investment - heaven? Sean will discuss this balance of work and spiritual formation.
A Call to Masculinity
All men fall short from time to time, but failure is a topic that is rarely discussed. These experiences can lead to times of loneliness, depression and feelings of not living up to your role as a man. Sean will discuss the taboo topic of failure and how it's essential in the formation of Godly men. And how men need to step up and lead by example!
Can beauty save our culture?
Each month Sean hosts multiple artistic-related events in NYC, he's a former advisor to the Vatican Library and has even been a producer for music albums! In this talk he discusses the role arts can play for evangelization in the 21st century.