O’nae  Chatman

O’nae Chatman has burst onto the literary scene with two best-selling books currently being used in school districts across the nation: “Mr. Chatman’s No-Nonsense Guide To Decision Making for Teens” and “The No-Bully Zone” for students. Chatman is the author of 21 books. As a speaker and consultant, he motivates thousands of people each week through high-impact presentations and professional development trainings in schools, non-profit organizations, parental engagements seminars, community assemblies, and corporate level entities.

Chatman’s academic achievements include attending the University of Mississippi, and he holds a bachelor of science degree in criminal justice from the University of Phoenix. He also holds a master of Christian education degree from the historic Morehouse School of Religion in Atlanta, Georgia. Chatman was a dean’s list scholar during his entire three years at Morehouse. He holds several prestigious awards including the Gardner C. Taylor Award for Outstanding Leadership and Ministry as well as the Carson Best Academy Mentorship Award for Outstanding Community Service.

Chatman is the Founder and CEO of the Chatman Consulting Group, an educational consulting company specializing in educational training and professional development for K-12 schools and colleges and universities across the nation.  

This award-winning speaker and best-selling author is inspiring thousands across the nation. His writing, speaking, mentoring, and entrepreneurial skills blend harmoniously to distinguish this visionary powerhouse in each arena.