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Would you be keen to be listed as part of “Speaker for The Unheard by PGR”
A community of people from diverse backgrounds, coming together to share their personal life struggles that no one wants to talk about. The story you wish to share can be based of various topics such as Mental Health, Parenting Struggles, Life as a Founder/CEO or even as a regular individual who aspires to be a speaker is welcomed. NO story is insignificant and everyone has a unique story to share.
We strongly believe sharing stories can be a part of a healing process, and stories can impact and empower the lives of many.
You may contact us here. Please include the topic @The Unheard Speaker@
Event organizers, Corporate Companies, and Schools may reach out to us if they would like to invite any of the speakers listed for their own functions. The speakers are community partners with Project Green Ribbon. All discussions and arrangements at a later stage will be between the willing parties.
The Unheard by Project Green Ribbon is merely a platform for the community.
You may contact us here. Please include the topic @The Unheard Engagement@
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