Chris Waddell

Founder, Lead Presenter & Trainer

One Revolution Founder Chris Waddell turned perception of disability upside down as a Paralympic athlete, with his climb of Mt Kilimanjaro and continues to do so today. The lead presenter of the Nametags program, he speaks about resilience, developing your unique voice and creating the labels that you want. Additionally, Chris helps establish the overall objectives of One Revolution and is the primary trainer for Nametags presenters.

A 13X Paralympic medalist and the first "nearly unassisted" paraplegic to handcycle to the summit of Mt. Kilimarajo, Chris is a world-renowned motivational speaker and the author of Things I Want to Remember Not to Forget and Is It Lonely Being a Four Leaf Clover?

He and his wife Jean reside in Park City, UT with their dog Ruby. Chris is an avid cyclist, marathoner, skier and reader.

Chris’s Nametags include: Fit, Creative, and Productive

Jennifer Thomas

Nametags Coordinator

Jennifer Thomas joined the One Revolution Foundation team in January 2015.  Jennifer is passionate about bringing Nametags to more students throughout the country and sharing the message “It’s not what happens to you. It’s what you do with what happens to you”.

Jennifer joins the team after developing growth plans and successfully executing marketing strategies as a Representative for Rodan and Fields, her family owned children’s shoe stores, PiggyToes, and as a shoe buyer for Nordstrom.

Jennifer and her husband Michael live in Park City, UT with their three children Olivia, Ian, and Roan.  Jennifer enjoys living life to its fullest by spending time with her family (dogs included), practicing yoga, volunteering in the community and a few minutes of quite time reading.

Jennifer’s Nametags include: Mother, Wife, Entrepreneur, and On-Going Learner

Lisa Stewart

Education Program Coordinator

Lisa Stewart joined One Revolution with the goal of empowering people to achieve their greatness. She has a track record of dedication to service through programs like Ability Awareness within schools and great organizations like Girl Scouts of America.

Her 10 years of experience in service and sales have put her in a great position to coordinate powerful events for communities throughout Southern California. Lisa is known for her determination, hard work, and positive attitude.

Lisa lives in Newbury Park, CA with her husband, two kids, and loveable rescue dog Sadie. When she isn't traveling or sipping great wine, you can usually find her running on a nearby trail or beating the guys at her local gym.

 

Lisa's Nametags Include: Mother, Wife, Friend, Advocate, and Fitness Fanatic