Greg R. Baird
National Lecturer on LGBTQ Civil Rights & Equality, Anti Hate/Bullying, Inclusion & Acceptance
- Silvia Vasquez
Underwriter I| Risk Management
- ETHAN MILLER (HE, HIM, HIS)
Program Coordinator, Student Involvement Lindenwood University St. Charles, MO
- Sarah Biskup
Petoskey District Library
- Taylor Osmotherly
Chadron State College
- Elizabeth Honeycutt, M.A.
Administrative Associate, Counseling, and Psychology
Tennessee Tech University
- Steven Solomon
Senior Annual Giving Officer with the Rotary Foundation
- Orson Morrison, Owner/Psychologist
LifeSpan Counseling and Psychological Services, LLP, Oak Park, IL
- Michael Furstenberg, Vice Chair
Angle, Aetna’s Network for LGBT and Ally Employees
- Shawn M Williams, President
Lee County LGBTQA Democratic Caucus, Ft. Myers, FL
Greg is a very passionate, engaging speaker. This presentation was educational, interesting, and inspiring. I saw some things I wasn’t aware of—things that were eye-opening and have inspired me to do more. This was an excellent presentation and his short memorial film, "2:02 AM" about the Pulse Nightclub shooting was beautifully done. It teaches all of us to never forget and learn from our history so it never happens again.
- Student audience member
West Virginia University - Parkersburg, Parkersburg, WV
- Mandy R. Stewart, Ph.D.
Principal- Petoskey High School
- Nina Brennan
Equality Research Center
Eastern Michigan University
- Lillian Tourney
- Chesay Colson
Coordinator of Diversity & Inclusion
Minnesota State Community and Technical College
- Cheri Bogan Audience member Petoskey, MI
We attended Greg's lecture in our small, rural Northern Michigan town of Cadillac, Michigan. We were so grateful Greg came up to share his view on diversity, acceptance, and love for all. We found Greg's lecture to be deeply moving and conscious building. There were laughs, tears and thoughts provoking conversation after. Because it was the 15th anniversary of Matthew Shepard's passing and close to five years since we lost our son to peer abuse driven suicide, we are acutely aware of the need for compassion and kindness in this world. Greg's gifts include being able to share his experiences, relate well to others and facilitate meaningful dialogue for moving forward in this world. We are grateful and thankful to see Greg's lecture and to now call him a friend. We would recommend that you bring him to your community.
- Pk and Tom Harrison, parents of Alex C. Thomas Harrison (12/15/1992-2/7/2009)
See it, Hear it, STOP IT!
- Ryan McCarthy
Sports Information Director
- Scott Powell
Director of Student Activities and Campus Housing
Northern Central Michigan College, Petoskey, MI
- Jim Osborn
Assistant to the Associate VP for Diversity
University of Wyoming.
- Isaiah Collier
Multicultural Student Services