2014 Master of Ceremonies
He’s an author, speaker, international trainer, and life coach dedicated to helping individuals, business leaders and couples. Joe White, who was born and raised in Sharon Hill, Delaware County, has more than 14 years of experience helping people turn their lives around.
Following years of “real life” experience, Joe founded Get Life Coaching in 1999. His perseverance to survive a near-death overdose , beat drug addiction, and a lifetime of personal struggles have given him the skills and energy to help thousands of people change their lives for the better.
The story of how Joe White came into life coaching more resembles a VH1 Behind the Music episode than a traditional story. After dropping out of college, Joe left the Philadelphia area to pursue his dreams of becoming a model. He took a job as a VIP concierge in a New York City nightclub in the early 90’s to supplement his modeling income, but encountered a serious alcohol and cocaine addiction. Joe’s battle with addiction eventually cost him his success and nearly killed him. In an act of desperation to change his life, he purchased a set of Tony Robbins self-help cassette tapes and studied them relentlessly. Within a few short years, Joe had not only turned his life around, but was being courted by The Tony Robbins Organization to join his coaching team. Being the perennial entrepreneur, Joe decided to go out on his own and, thus, Get Life Coaching was born.
Joe White is the recipient of the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce 2012 Entrepreneur of the Year Award and the 2008 Entrepreneurial Advocate of the Year. As the founder and principle of Get Life Coaching, White had personally coached hundreds of individuals and led seminars for thousands including employees of Fortune 500 companies and top local businesses. He also conducts life coaching certification courses and has trained therapists and counselors in his coaching techniques.
Joe White has conducted a regular radio show on WDEL 1150 am in Delaware and has been a guest on the Jordan Rich Show on WBZ 1030 am in Boston. He has been featured on CN8, WDEL and is a regular featured writer for Living Well Magazine and The Women’s Journal. He is a sought after keynote speaker who brings depth, insights, and energy into his presentations.