The Kairos Movement is a global platform from which co-founders, Dr. Glenn Toby and Ed Tseng inspire, motivate, and educate people through live conferences, customized mentoring and organizational training to empower individuals, groups and communities to reach their potential. These programs benefit individuals from all walks of life including underprivileged youth, students, elite athletes, and business leaders.

Kairos, in ancient Greek means ideal moment of decision or action. Oftentimes a moment of decision to make a change, or take action is the difference between success and failure. Using their experiences as well as other peak performers, Dr. Toby and Mr. Tseng, have a unique ability to engage audiences while being thought and change-provoking.

Join us on May 5, 2017 for Kairos Myrtle Beach in South Carolina.

Friday, May 5, 2017 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at HCPR South Strand Recreation Center, 9650 Scipio Lane, Myrtle Beach, SC 29588

Confirmed speakers:

Dr. Glenn Toby, Hip Hop pioneer and manager (LL Cool J), sports agent (Josh Evans, Asante Samuel), author, philanthopist. Co-founder of The Kairos Movement

Ed Tseng, Olympic coach, best-selling author, Pro of the Year, TEDx speaker. Co-founder of The Kairos Movement

Denny Larabee, Former PepsiCo VP

Chad Porter, Athlete, Business Trainer, Motivational Speaker

Jenny King, Coach, Mentor, Speaker

PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE BOOK BANK FOUNDATION, a 501 (c) (3) organization that promotes literacy in underprivileged children and adults, and advocates to combat abuse, hunger and homelessness.

Tickets are limited, so register here today!




Past Events:



 The Kairos Movement Women’s Conference was held on April 8th in Princeton and hosted by Miss New Jersey USA 2017, Chhavi Verg, featuring a lineup of inspiring women speakers!

The Arts Council of Princeton

Princeton, NJ 08542


Patricia Teffenhart, Executive Director of New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault


Danielle Gletow, Founder of One Simple Wish, an organization granting wishes for foster children and impoverished families

Sheryl Chen, CEO started GALS (Girls Advocating Leadership & Strength) at age 14

Taneishia Nash Laird, Executive Director of the Arts Council of Princeton

Annie Isaacson, owner, Rise Power Yoga

Emma Wo, fashion blogger, and former Miss Hawaii USA



Nassau Inn, 10 Palmer Square

Princeton NJ

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Coming soon…

Kairos New York City

Kairos Chicago

Kairos Los Angeles

Samyr Laine to Speak at Kairos Princeton

Samyr Laine (born July 17, 1984 in Nyack, New York) is a Haitian-American triple jumper who competed for Haiti at the 2012 Summer Olympics and other international competitions since the 2007 Pan American Games.

It was in 2007 that he first competed under the Haitian flag. Although he was born in the United States, both of his parents and the majority of his extended family had emigrated from Haiti which allowed him to represent the nation at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and beyond.

Bob Ryland to Speak at Kairos Princeton

Ryland was born in Chicago in 1920 and was an outstanding junior tennis player. In 1939, he won the ATA junior championships and the Illinois High School championships. After graduation, he attended Wayne State University, where he became one of the first two black players to compete in the NCAA championships and made it to the semifinals.

Ryland became one of the world’s best tennis players despite the presence of segregation in the United States; until the final years of his career, he was prohibited from competing in the major tournaments.