Featured Keynote Speakers
Spirit of the Road is proud to be offering seminars and discussion groups on a wide variety of subjects. This page will be updated with the most current information. Please check back as we add speakers to the agenda.
Though she began her professional life working for Members of Congress, Sue spent the bulk of her extensive career as the Executive Director for Good Sam Club for over 31 years. During her tenure, the Good Sam Club grew from 200,000 members to more than one million families. In 2009, Sue was the 9th woman to be inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame.
With an impressive YouTube following, Marc and Julie Bennett live, work and travel from their motorhome full-time and are best known as “RVLove”. Passionate about inspiring and educating others to help them learn how they too can live and love the RV lifestyle. Marc and Julie are known for their honesty, inspiration and positive attitudes about all things RVing and the ups and downs of life on the road.
Marc and Julie wrote the book “Living the RV Life - Your Ultimate Guide to Life on the Road”, published by Simon and Schuster, an Amazon best seller. If you have never met Marc and Julie in person, you are in for a treat.
Chris and Cherie started full time RVing in 2006, working remotely as software and technology consultants. They now split their time between their vintage bus conversation and a motor yacht cruising the east coast of the US. They share their travel life as Technomadia.com on their blog and YouTube. After years of answering the question ‘How do you get mobile internet to work remotely?’ too many times - they wrote a book and then launched the Mobile Internet Resource Center focusing on this one niche topic. It combines their passions of technology, mobility and helping others achieve their dreams.
Chris and Cherie are honored to have been part of the launch of RVillage and Xscapers, and are the Tech Host of the upcoming PBS TV Show ‘The RVers’ debuting later this year.
Mike Sokol is an RVers dream information resource when it comes to understanding RV electrical issues. In addition to writing thousands of technology articles for dozens of magazines over the last 30 years, he’s also taught hundreds of seminars around the country on a variety of technologies including RV electrical safety. All of Mike's RV electrical articles are published on RVTravel.com and RVElectricity.com and his seminars on the subject are world class. We are THRILLED to have Mike join us at Spirit of the Road
Geeks On Tour
If you feel like technology is passing you by, Jim and Chris of Geeks OnTour are here to help. They travel the country by RV and specialize in teaching technology for travelers. Chris wrote the book on Google Photos, Google Maps is their #1 smartphone app, and they can teach you how to make your own travelog website with Blogger. Nationally known, popular seminar presenters, Jim and Chris have presented seminars at all the major RV rallies since 2005. They have a wealth of information and know how to make it understandable to all levels. In addition to their featured seminar, they will also be hosting a "Tech Table" where you can get some 1-on-1 coaching on your smartphones. We love Chris and Jim and are super happy they are joining us.
For 20 years, Al led the growth and development of the museum and library at the RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Indiana. He is now retired living as a full time RVer in his 1978 Newell Coach based in Florida
He has appeared or worked as an RV historian in documentaries about RV history on Home and Garden, Travel, History and Discovery cable channels in the US, on History TV and CBC in Canada, and on National Public Radio. He has been a frequent visitor to RVTV on the Outdoor channel and now on R & R channel on Direct TV and to RVNewsNet. He has worked with Belgian National TV, Voice of America digital TV, the BBC and other international media.
Founder of More Than A Wheelin’ & Creator of Remote Work School.
Camille's grandparents taught her to "go to school, get a job, and buy a house" which is exactly what she did until she walked away from a twenty-plus year career in corporate America.
Since 2016, she and her husband, Bryce, have been traveling around the country while working from their RV. They’ve covered over 30,000 miles, and hit 30 states—all while learning how to find remote jobs, create income streams, and re-invent themselves professionally.
Camille combines her long experience in corporate training with her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology to offer Remote Work School, a successful online program where she teaches others how to work remotely so they can live life on their terms.
Cooking with Instant Pots (Yay!)
Working on the Road
Traveling to Alaska
Fulltiming Tips and Tricks
and MANY more!
(Schedule to be announced at a later date)