"Great motivational speaker! Thank you Redmond Ramos" - DCIS Coyote student news
Motivational Speaker and combat veteran Redmond Ramos accepts the 2017 "If Not Me Then Who Award" from Travis Manion Foundation in The Union League in Philidelphia.
Travis Manion Foundation names motivational speaker and veteran Redmond Ramos the winner of the 2017 "If Not Me Then Who" Award.
U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Redmond Ramos warms up before competing in the athletics portion of the Invictus Games at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre in London Sept. 11, 2014. (DoD photo by Senior Airman Tiffany DeNault, U.S. Air Force/Released)
" I know we are thankful for Mr. Ramos and his strong determination to overcome and succeed in living his life." -Ron Verini Special to the Argus Observer
Time magazine online featured Redmond Ramos during The Warrior Games Olympic-style competition.
"I found happiness in helping others. I cannot tell you where I’d be right now without adaptive athletics, but it surely wouldn’t be here."
I had the pleasure to be able to speak to the great people at IBM. The MCPON was there and I was honored to be introduced by the former leader of The Navy
Motivational speaker Redmond Ramos arrives at the premiere of National Geographic's 'The Long Road Home
The pleasure was all mine! Thank you so much for letting me be apart of your educational program this year. ACIL is a great company and a perfect audience for a keynote speaker.
Cantor Fitzgerald is an amazing company that let me help them raise money for the families of those effected by 9/11 as well as post 9/11 charities.
Inside the Hearts of Reality PEOPLE Magazine Party, Where 100 Stars Raised Money for Charity
"Ladley chose Ramos on the first day of the race, and together, the pair completed 11 legs of the race, falling just one short of the show's finale and $1,000,000 prize."
"One of our speakers, Redmond Ramos, will be there share his story of success with us. Ramos’ story of success through struggle can help bring just the inspiration and confidence that each of us needs to push forward, and win our next victories one by one." - PhotoLynx
"'The Amazing Race' racer Redmond Ramos talks: We never complained but Matt Ladley and I were in intense pain!
"Matt and Redmond dominated the leg getting to all but one destinations before anyone else and winning the leg. Coupled with their previous performance throughout the race, this brings them back to the top of the rankings"
"Former X-gamer and professional snowboarder Matt Ladley from Steamboat Springs, Colorado has Navy veteran with one leg Redmond Ramos from Fremont, California as his race partner. As the only two guys who teamed up together, Matt and Redmond are an early favorite touted to win the race.
In second place is Matt, a pro snowboarder with an Olympic gold medal. Matt chooses Redmond, the former Navy Corpsman with a prosthetic leg, as his partner. Matt says Redmond seems like the kind of guy who won’t give up when the going gets tough. Good guess.