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.
Learn about the most fascinating people in the world. From business leaders, celebrities, and political minds to thought leaders and science and technology speakers, The American Program Bureau can meet your programming and event needs.
Today is Earth Day and throughout APB’s 50 years, the company has stood by speakers who have brought important environmental issues to the public eye. After all, this is the only planet we have, and we need to take care of it. Highlighted are some of our speakers dedicated to protecting what we have.
“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.
Here are the Official Rules and Regulations to participate in our #APB50 contest! We will be having great book and gift card giveaways all year long, so look out for your first chance to win.
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!
Offering inspirational messages to the NSBA Conference audience, Michael Eric Dyson, Salome Thomas-El, Azure Antoinette, David Pogue and Roland Martin all presented unique content that fostered growth and supported public school boards, their staff and most importantly, students.
APB speaker and Academy Award winner Michael Douglas recently penned an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times about the hot topic of anti-Semitism in today’s society.
This will make your day. APB speaker Ron Suskind’s inspiring son, Owen Suskind, shines on stage with Gilbert Gottfried at Night of Too Many Stars on Comedy Central!
March is Women’s History Month, a time to reflect on the struggles women have faced throughout history and – more importantly – to celebrate their triumphs and successes.