Aaron is an actor, author, singer, and motivational speaker who loves helping people come out of their comfort zone and challenges them to embrace their true passion.

Having experience as a teacher in the Massachusetts public school system, Aaron saw a need for addressing the lack of confidence and leadership within the youth. He is a former President of Toastmasters, an educational organization that helps members improve their communication, public speaking, and leadership skills.

Aaron appeared on the NBC show “Urban Update”, starred in New Tv’s show “The Folklorist”, and had a featured role in the new movie “S.E.L.L.A’S Kitchen.” He released his first book called “The Point Guard: The 15 Principles of Leadership to Unleash Your Dream”. Aaron is a graduate of Bryant University, with a degree in business administration with a focus in management and minor in communication.

  • Aaron Wilson is an outstanding public speaker. His keynote address to the Gateway to College graduating class of 2016 was powerful and inspiring for students and audience members alike. I recommend him with the highest enthusiasm

    Christina M. Alves, Director, Gateway to College, Massasoit Community College
  • Aaron Wilson of Lead the Baseline presented a highly engaging workshop as part of our Entrepreneurship Seminar at Roxbury Community College. Aaron brought humor and levity to what can be a nerve-wracking experience for most when approaching topics like public speaking and elevator pitches. He was able to bring out the best in our students and ignite their confidence through his interactive presentation, knowledge, skills, and through sharing his first-hand experience as an entrepreneur read more

    Lise Hagen Snow Community Program Manager at Roxbury Community College
  • Students were actively engaged in discussions surrounding the importance of having self-confidence and self-assurance to achieve one’s dreams. The speech also gave the students the opportunity to see that their peers have similar emotions regarding self-awareness. Students can be inspired by Aaron’s journey to his own self-confidence read more

    Desiree Singleton, Program Assistant at Gateway to College Program, Massasoit Community College
  • Aaron helped our interns to see that everyone is a leader in one or more areas of their lives. It is up to them how they respond to that call of leadership. Making small conscious choices of leadership, combined with a healthy dose of self worth is a great start. Thank you, Aaron.” read more

    Michael Owens, Supervisor of the Summer of Work and Learning Program, Brockton High School
  • Aaron is a dynamic and energetic speaker who within minutes had our students hooked on his positive message and thought-provoking questions. He spoke to the students about believing in themselves and challenges them all to visualize their great qualities. read more

    Janet Doyle, Director of Student Support, Resiliency Preparatory School