2019 Keynoters

Vickroy-for-site Joey Feith (Canada) is the founder of ThePhysicalEducator.com and has presented his ideas at the local, provincial, national, and international levels through various speaking and training events. He is a recipient of Physical and Health Education Canada’s Dr. Andy Anderson Young Professional Award for the province of Quebec. Joey also was an Education finalist in the 6th Annual Shorty Awards, an awards ceremony honoring the best in social media.  twitter: @phys_educator


joeyMel Hamada (China) Originally from Canberra, Australia, has taught in Japan, UK, Tanzania, Vietnam and Australia for the last 15 years and currently teaches PE in Beijing, China at the International School of Beijing (ISB). We have had her on our “radar screen” for several years and are glad she is able to attend this summer!  twitter: @mjhamada



Kirkpatrick-for-siteMichelle Hillier (Canada) is an industry expert, thought leader, resource author, passionate consultant and presenter in the Physical Education community across Canada and the United States. Michelle is an engaging and upbeat keynote speaker. We are fortunate to have her share her energy and passion with us!  twitter: @michgroove




Andy Milne (England/US) serves as the Health Representative for IAHPERD and has been recognized for his innovative use of technology in the classroom, sharing his passion and engaging teaching ideas via social media (slowchathealth.com). He uses these tools to give an authentic voice to his students, extend the life of their creations and bridge the gap between the classroom and the community. Andy is the SHAPE America National Health TOY in 2017.  twitter:@carmelhealth



Andy Horne (United States) was recognized as SHAPE America’s National Health Education TOY in 2015. Andy is known for helping students develop feelings of self-confidence and self-worth, and to empowering them to believe they can accomplish their goals. Andy is popular on YouTube and twitter for his “Scholarly Raps”.  twitter: @MrHorne101



Andy Hair’s (Australia) goal in Physical Education is to leave a legacy for students and teachers that is considered unique and inspiring. Students deserve to be challenged each and every time they are involved in Physical Activity. Andy currently coordinates 28 sporting carnivals and trains for Ironman Triathlons throughout the year. Andy’s Australian and International Physical Education awards are too numerous to list.  twitter: @MrHairPhysEd