Since our foundation started as a public speaking campaign, our founder, Claire, has spoken to over 8,500 people ranging in age from elementary school students to senior citizens. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about having her speak at your event.
In addition to personal stories, presentations follow this copyrighted five-step outline:
IT COULD BE YOU - It could be you who has special needs or was born into a different race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic status, etc.
1) SEE - See people as people first.
2) STOP - Stop using derogatory terms to describe others.
3) START - Start having positive interactions with people who are different than yourself, or at least be neutral.
IT COULD BE YOU - It could be you that leads by example and changes the way people treat others.
Claire performs a song that shows how one act of kindness can change a person's perspective. Then, she reviews elements of the song with the audience to reinforce the "SEE, STOP, START" method. Claire received a national award for using music to teach a social concept. Her performance of the song can be found at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEupM58VOKY
Even though COVID-19 has had a large effect on daily life, Claire is still available to speak to any event or group either virtually or in person as long as CDC recommended precautions are being taken. Throughout the pandemic, election, and other events in 2020 and 2021, the national compassion crisis has grown and this message is more timely than ever.
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