Engage. Develop. Inspire.

These are the things Rick Lozano does best in his own, unique way
– sometimes with a guitar in hand!

Rick has spoken to, coached, trained and mentored tens of thousands of people across the globe. People hire him because audiences rave about him. People remember him because he helped them produce positive results and impactful change.

Rick is:

  • A recognized thought leader in talent and leadership development with almost twenty years of expertise in award-winning learning organizations.
  • Author of the forthcoming book, “Acoustic Leadership – Developing A Leadership Culture That Resonates”
  • A proud member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), sharing the stage with some of the most in-demand keynote speakers out there such as Simon T. Bailey, J.R. Martinez, Britt Andreatta, and Brad Montgomery.
  • One of the best facilitators and speakers you’ll ever see, engaging audiences with his unique, interactive, energetic approach. (and a touch of rock and roll)
  • A talented singer/songwriter/musician who has produced six albums and was a finalist in a national NPR songwriting competition.
  • A father, husband, cat lover, and San Antonio Spurs fan.

(…and if you are curious about his music, check out the samples below or visit Spotify/iTunes)

                                                    Meet Rick
                                                    Why music?

The Music

“Because music inspires. Music connects. Music builds community. And music rocks! I use music to open up the ears and the soul, as a gateway to learning so that we can put these concepts into action.”


“Just who I am. I taught myself how to play and just continued cranking out songs. In college, I was asked to score background music for live theatre productions, that was cool! I had no idea what I was doing but they kept hiring me! From there I just studied songwriters that I loved and wrote songs that were right for that time of my life. I’m working on my seventh album at the moment. People can connect to ideas differently when they hear them in song.”

Professional Background

Financial Services

Playing guitar and harmonica at the same time