Speakers

2016 Speaker

The 2016 Bowling Green Prayer Breakfast is Wednesday, May 11. Doors open and breakfast begins at 6:30 am. Program begins at 7:00 am. The program will be held at the National Corvette Museum Conference Center.

Advanced reservations are requested by May 6, 2016 for the Prayer Breakfast.

Jeff Brohm

Jeff Brohm

Jeff Brohm

Jeff Brohm, a native Kentuckian and one of the state’s most notable football products, enters his third season as the head football coach at WKU.

In just his second year at the helm, Brohm led WKU to arguably its greatest season in school history and certainly its greatest at the FBS level. The Hilltoppers finished No. 24 nationally after they earned their first national ranking, first FBS conference title, and first double-digit win total since moving to the FBS seven years ago. Under Brohm, the Hilltoppers have won consecutive bowl games, coming away with championships in the 2015 Miami Beach Bowl and 2014 Popeyes Bahamas Bowl. He is the first head coach in program history to win 20 games in his first two years.

2016 Music

Brandy Neelly is a country music singer from Louisville, Kentucky. She began singing at the age of 9 and has performed on many stages across Kentucky and Indiana. Neelly made it to the top 15 on American Idol Season 13 (2014). She’s currently a student at Western Kentucky University where she is majoring in Music Industry. She loves dogs. She loves cookies. And she loves good ‘ole country music.

Past Speakers

2015 Brandon Doughty (WKU Football, Quarterback) and Shea Lunsford Mahoney (Former Lady Topper)
2012 Colonel Paul Longgrear
2011 Cameron Mills, former UK basketball standout
2010 (held Jan. 2011) Gayle Erwin
2009 Lt. Col. (Ret.) Brian Birdwell
2008 Barbara Cameron, Image Development
2007 Joe Hurston, Air Mobile Ministries
2006 David Grizzle, Continental Airlines
2005 Tim Philpot, former Kentucky State Senator
2004 Tim Riley, Basketball coach at Warren Central High School
2003 Keith Wheeler, World-Wide Evangelist
2002 Cecil Flowe, Head Football Coach, Parkview H.S., Georgia
2001 Mike Rogers, Businessman and Author
2000 Russell O’Quinn, World-renown test fighter pilot
1999 Mac McNair, Decorated War Hero
1998 Dave Frost, Former Major League Baseball Pitcher
1997 Joe Foss, Featured in The Greatest Generation, book
1996 Don Hodel, Secretary of the Interior, Reagan Administration
1995 Doug Mazza, CFO, Hyundai Corporation
1994 Bill Armstrong, US Senator, Colorado
1993 Adolph Coors IV, Great Grandson to founder of Coors Brewery