October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and while bullying continues to be a serious problem, the steps taken to combat bullying help all of us on this social and emotional learning curve. As various organizations continue to push back against bullying, American Program Bureau has worked with a number of speakers who address bullying, its effects, and provide solutions. Here are some speakers who are all more reasons of #50ReasonsWhyAPB.
Many of the speakers American Program Bureau works with have published books on their stories and experiences, providing enriching insights to readers like they do to audiences during their keynotes. October is National Book Month, and as APB continues to answer #50ReasonsWhyAPB, the company would like to recognize the literary talents that have truly made a difference in our lives.
American Program Bureau continues to remember the many people whose diverse stories and backgrounds have been shared over the past 50 years. September is National Hispanic Heritage Month; here are speakers who share their heritage and their journeys.
As June ushers in the beginning of summer, it also ushers in LGBT Pride month. American Program Bureau supports the voices of those who might go unheard, which has always been a mission of APB. Here are some voices that speak on LGBT topics, creating important conversations for today’s world.
As American Program Bureau continues celebrating the company’s 50th anniversary, it’s time for the company to give back and thank the inspirational, motivational and thought-provoking speakers who give voice to the past, present, and future.
May is Mental Health Awareness month, and mental health is an area of research and discussion that American Program Bureau has always taken seriously. As APB determines #50ReasonsWhyAPB this year, the company recognizes the following speakers that lead discussions in spreading this important topic.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention, Welfare, and Advocacy Month. As we determine #50ReasonsWhyAPB has been at the forefront of engaging and important discussion, APB looks to the many speakers who have helped address the challenging social issue of violence. We recognize the courageous speakers APB has worked with over the years.
“We have worked with some of our speakers since we first went into business and because of their loyalty and dedication, we would like to show our appreciation and support by giving back to some of their charities as well as others we feel have made an impact over the last 50 years.” – Robert Walker
To kick off our #APB50 celebration, this month is Autism Awareness Month! APB has always been at the forefront of representing speakers who address and speak on autism.
BIG NEWS: It is American Program Bureau’s 50th Anniversary! We are celebrating all year long with #50ReasonsWhyAPB, brand new videos, gift card/book giveaways, charity donations & much more!