Casey gives inspirational and informative keynotes about what heartfelt lessons she's learned through adventure as a solo female traveler. Casey inspires, empowers, and motives audiences of all ages, races, gender and stature. You don’t have to live in a van or travel the world to change your insight and out look on life. A professional public speaker since 2015, Casey has spoken at Universities, Schools, Professional Conferences, Corporations, Art Centers, Clubs and more.  Please contact us about availability and rates.

Casey Sheppard speaking at the Adventurers' Club of Los Angeles

Casey sharing her

tales of adventure with

The Adventurers’ Club of Los Angeles

Keynotes

'Set Aside to Grow Wild' 

Casey left a thriving 'successful' life as a jewelry artist in the rock and roll industry in LA for the unexpected world of van life. She lived in a van for over 2 years, which taught Casey how to face her life-long fears, crippling anxiety and panic attacks. She spent time in the desert healing and learning to set herself aside to grow wild. This is where Casey found her 'true self' and her newfound philosophies on money, success, gender and happiness.

'Running Past Empty' 

Casey spent 31 days riding solo across both islands of New Zealand. Carrying only her essentials (food/water/tent), Casey faced obstacles beyond her abilities yet completed over 3000km on the bike. Learn how she found the tenacity to keep going, even when she was running past empty.

Testimonies

Casey has an engaging, personal story to tell and she delivers it with energy, wit and charm. You will be moved and inspired.
— Brigitte Martin, President, Society of North American Goldsmiths
Journey, adventure, creativity, vulnerability, risk-taking. Casey embraces all of these and has a gift for bringing people along with her as she travels the un-navigated pathways toward greater good; and, a gift for giving those who hear her speak the confidence to embrace their own journey.
— Ruth Pszwaro, Program Director, Grand Marais Art Colony
One student said that Casey’s talk had made that student feel less fearful of making career choices in her own life, as she saw that changing what you do is possible and things will work out.
— Catherine Butler, Visual Art Teacher, Laurel School for Girls
I think any entrepreneur can gain insight and useful information for their life or business by attending Casey’s lecture. Her lesson from the road inspires us all.
— Steve Bors, Director, Entrepreneurship Center SCC