National Memory Champion
Ron White is a two-time national memory champion. He won the USA Memory Championship in 2009 and 2010. Ron held the record for the fastest to memorize a deck of shuffled cards in only 1 minute and 27 seconds. He also set a USA record by memorizing a 167 digit number in 5 minutes.
He has been teaching memory seminars since 1991 and taught his Black Belt Memory program in countries around the world including: Singapore, Indonesia, Ireland, Kenya, South Africa, Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ghana, England, Italy, Germany, Spain, Australia, Thailand, Malaysia, Canada, The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Belgium, and even Nebraska.
Ron is a part of the History Channel show Stan Lee’s Super Humans as The Memory Expert. You also may have seen him on the National Geographic Channel show ‘Brain Games’ as their memory expert in season 1. He was also featured on season one of Fox television's Superhuman with Kal Penn and Mike Tyson.
Ron is a veteran of the US Navy and the war in Afghanistan. When he returned from Afghanistan he wanted to pay tribute to the fallen US military from this war and he memorized the fallen in the order of their death. He travels the USA with this memorial to honor the fallen.