Dr. Stuart Robertshaw received his Bachelors degree in Education from MacMurray College in 1965, his Masters degree in Psychology from Illinois State University in 1968, his Doctorate in Special Education from the University of Kansas in 1971 and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1978. From 1971 until 1998, he was a professor of Psychology and Special Education at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. In June of 1998, Dr. Stuart Robertshaw retired from the University to assume full time responsibilities as President and CEO of the National Association for the Humor Impaired.
Your presentation to the 19th Annual CME conference of the Physician Assistant Academy of Vermont was the perfect addition for the 2001 Keynote Address. With over 200 professionals from around the country, the quality level must be "world-class" and you easily exceeded our expectations. Having never hear your message, my entire audience now recognizes that the greatest humor is in real-life anecdotes and adventures, rather than manufactured comedy. Your storytelling abilities coupled with a wealth of rapid fire humor had many audience members gasping to regain composure. You tailored the material into an extremely relevant fabric to match the interest level of my sophisticated audience. I was also amazed at the number of participants who requested your business cards and brochures after the address. I had not seen that much interest in a speaker's availability in or 10 years of conference planning. Thank you for making our quality event a classic.
Cary J. Stratford, PA-C, Physician Assisant Academy of Vermont
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