David has presented and performed on stages across five continents as a motivational speaker, trainer, entertainer, and coach inspiring nearly a quarter of a million people.
David is CEO of David Ellzey Companies, LLC and an international lead trainer for the life-changing personal growth technique, The Sedona Method. David is a guest faculty member and has performed and taught at the renowned Omega Institute and for Harv Eker’s Peak Potentials Training. He is a co-contributor with Deepak Chopra and Jack Canfield to the upcoming book, Stepping Stones to Success.
Recently, David was requested to run a strategic planning retreat for the United Nations Bureau for Development Policy (BDP). BDP is a unit of the United Nations Development Programme which operates in 166 countries and is the United Nations global development network.
His private coaching clients range from executives in leadership roles of global companies to parents and everyday people who are ready to finally discover a calm and peace within themselves which can guide them to success and well being. His corporate clients include small businesses to large companies such as Discovery Communications and Fortune 500 company, Novartis Pharmacueticals.
David shared in receiving the prestigious Raoul Wallenburg Humanitarian Award as a member of the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Program for his work as a clown doctor in the innovative field of humor and healing in hospitals nationwide. With over two hundred TV and film credits, he is most honored to have performed at The United Nations, Mother Theresa’s Orphanage in India, and the World Youth Festival in Moscow where he received a standing ovation from an audience representing 160 nations for his performance supporting world peace.
David says, “Of the many honors I have received as a performer, one of my greatest thrills was portraying Harpo Marx for Bob Hope’s 90th Birthday celebration and achieving the ultimate feat: Cracking up the veterans of comedy who had seen it all.”
David lives in Manhattan, New York, and can often be found near the edge of the reservoir lake, his favorite spot in Central Park, enjoying the quiet reflection of the water’s play.
“David is an accomplished court jester to humanity”
Norman Cousins, best selling author of Anatomy of an Illness