Greg Baird has a valuable message with practical advice on how to interact on social media in a positive manner and to become an active participant in improving climate as opposed to being a passive bystander. The Pulse Nightclub film had a tangible effect on the audience; parents, staff, and students alike. You could see everyone put themselves in the shoes of a mother, victim, witness, or friend connected with that tragedy, and the true resonance in the audience that something has to be done to prevent similar actions from ever repeating.
- Mandy R. Stewart, Ph.D.
Principal- Petoskey High School
Greg is a national lecturer, civil rights activist, writer and filmmaker. An engaging speaker with heart and a humorous insight on life. He has gained fame by speaking at colleges, universities, corporations and community groups. Find out more about him here!
This is the list of programs for the 2019-2020 lecture tour. I can speak on a combination of these topics for a program or I can focus on just one. I will always customize my lecture for any of your programming needs
I am so fortunate and grateful for the work I continue to do to follow my legacy. Enjoy the pictures in this section from lecture, keynote events and community appearances with celebrity friends, fans and followers.
Greg R. Baird
National Lecturer on LGBTQ Civil Rights & Equality
Outspoken LGBTQ storytelling event at Sidetrack, Chicago, IL
Greg’s presentation on “Disarming Hate & Bigotry” was filled with stories that educate, inform and inspire. His talk was personal and heartwarming. We all laughed, some cried but we were all inspired. I was personally moved by his short memorial film titled “2:02 am,” about the horrific Pulse Night Club shootings. His film captures some of the news coverage from the shooting along with images from his visit to the site. Beautifully done. Greg’s messages of hope and positivity will lead to a better world. Thank you, Greg.
-Steven Solomon, Senior Annual Giving Officer with the Rotary Foundation
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