"We recently had Patti Foster as a speaker with our Momís Touch group that I lead at Church. Her testimony and MAD Now topic was perfect for our moms and just what they needed to hear! We went from laughing to shedding tears and I know she spoke to the hearts of the women. I am truly thankful for Patti and her willingness to come and be a light for these ladies."
Minister to Preschool
North Richland Hills
On June 18, 2002, Patti was in a tragic car accident. Because of her closed-head injuries and her long, arduous road of learning to live again, she, now, as a head-trauma survivor, passionately encourages us to live life to the fullest!
Patti Foster, a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) Survivor, is an inspiring and entertaining inspirational speaker and voice-over talent. Patti would love to be with you. A former radio personality, Patti offers challenging, refreshing messages through word and song and is a Traumatic Brain Injury Speaker. Your group will love her in two minutes.
Patti Foster in one word? Passionate. Whether on the tennis court or on the fairway, in a crowd or at home with family, on stage or on the air—she gives all that she has to whatever she pursues. Click here to read more
Recent Coverage on Patti's Story...
Patti's Story On U2HaveHope Click here to listen to a new interview with Patti Foster.
Patti Foster - Traumatic Brain Injury
Watch an interview with Patti Foster talking about the care she received after her accident. "...they are the ones who taught me how to live again..."
Patti's Story Featured On Tour Of Giving Click here to enjoy a 3 1/2 minute visit! Tragedy to Triumph, Patti's story is now featured on Tour of Giving, a program about help, hope, and healing hosted by Janee' Harrell.
Patti's Story On 100 Huntley St!
Patti's Story Featured On The 700 Club! Patti Foster's story appeared on The 700 Club on December 14, 2007. You can watch the video below, or click here to view at CBN.com.
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Available Speaking Topics
M.A.D. Now! (Make A Difference Now!) After suffering TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) in a traffic wreck on June 18, 2002, Patti now puts her motto M.A.D. Now! into living color every day.
Leave A Legacy Why do you do what you do? Relationships play a major role in our leaving a legacy in the fabric of life.
Lean Into Life Patti encourages us to take a step toward life. Lean into life and learn the value of the things that matter.
Stay In The Balcony In life, there are two kinds of people: basement people and balcony people. You’ll discover that small things really do make a BIG difference!