New York, NY–April 19, 2012–Lee Hirsch, the creator of The Bully Project, a social action campaign designed to raise awareness about bullying, and director of the documentary film Bully has signed with elite speakers bureau, Greater Talent Network (GTN), to help bring his anti-bullying message to audiences around the country.
“Lee has a powerful, undeniable message about the devastating effects of bullying in schools,” says Greater Talent Network CEO Don Epstein. “It’s a message that people all over the country need to hear.”
In his series of talks, Hirsch will focus on bullying and creating social change to end this damaging phenomenon, as well as offering insights into the process of making a film and building a movement that address the crisis of bullying in America. Hirsch will be speaking to a wide range of audiences around the country, from schools and colleges to corporations say representatives at GTN.
As a GTN-represented speaker, Hirsch will be among a number of influential social and cultural figures represented by the agency. GTN currently represents Michael Lewis, the bestselling author of Moneyball and The Blind Side, as well as the real life Billy Beane and Tuohy family; General Wes Clark; former FBI Director Louis Freeh; Peggy Noonan; Lesley Stahl; Carson Kressley; Fox News’ Judge Andrew Napolitano; as well as Apolo Ohno, Tina Brown, Harold Ford Jr., and Ali Velshi, among many others.