Tony Hoffman to Speak to Parents on Drug and Alcohol Awareness
Tony Hoffman, former world-ranked BMX athlete, recovering addict, and highly sought-after substance abuse speaker, will speak to parents on Tuesday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. on “Choices.”
Tony’s story began with promises of a bright future, graduating from high school a top-ranked BMX amateur with multiple endorsements. But his dreams melted away in a haze of drug addiction, eventually landing him in prison for two years. A desire to turn his life around led him to start a clean and sober life, speaking on addiction and continuing his career as a BMX racer, ultimately placing 2nd at the 2016 World Championships in Medellin Colombia in the Masters Pro class. He has become one of the most requested speakers on his topic and was a coach in the Rio Olympics.
The Ensworth Parent Association invites you to join us virtually on Tuesday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. for this gripping presentation. He will take attendees on a journey through addiction, homelessness, and prison...to the Olympics, covering the importance of drug and alcohol awareness, grit, and the power of believing in yourself.
Please note: This event is exclusively for the Ensworth community and will not be recorded for future viewing. It is recommended for middle and high school parents and students to watch together. Click here for the Zoom link.