Dan Quiggle

Dan Quiggle

Dan has been speaking to audiences throughout North America for over 12 years. He is a graduate of UCLA and currently serves as President and CEO of America’s Choice Title Company where he is one of the company’s founders and is on the Board of Directors. In 1989, Dan was granted the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of working in President Ronald Reagan’s post-election office. In a staff of just a dozen, he was able to gain the unique experience of working closely with one of the greatest men of the 20th century. Dan captivates audiences with his lessons of leadership learned personally from “The Gipper.” In the year 2000, Dan ran for U.S. Congress in Florida’s 4th district. Though he did not win he brought the same enthusiasm and commitment to principles that he approaches all endeavors with and was able to earn over 20,000 votes. Prior to moving to Florida, Dan was founder and president of Red, White and Blue Vending Company. Starting with two machines the business grew to sales valued in the millions and was acquired by one of the largest private vending companies on the East Coast. Dan has shared his messages of motivation with America’s top corporations and associations, including 400 top managers of Jacksonville Electric Authority and audiences at Strayer University, Precon Products, and Merrill Lynch. He has spoken for U.S. Congressional candidates, been featured on the Fox News Channel and has been covered by The Wall Street Journal. Dan serves as Dean of Faculty at the Leadership Institute, headquartered in Washington, DC, where he speaks in cities throughout the United States on public policy and leadership. Dan’s unique storytelling style goes beyond motivation by educating on a variety of topics. These include networking techniques, high performance sales and marketing, building and maintaining client relationships, and others. At the age of 42, Dan has started three successful businesses, worked for Ronald Reagan, worked on Capitol Hill, is a national speaker on Leadership, ran for Congress and still finds time for his top priority -- his family.