Greg R. Baird is a lecturer, educator, writer, filmmaker and social advocate. An engaging speaker with heart and humorous insight, Greg has spoken to audiences on such topics as equal rights, diversity, acceptance, community, bullying and hate crimes. In his informative lecture, Greg delivers a powerful and unique perspective on what it means to be gay in the 21st Century. An important voice of the LGBTQ community, Greg's lecture is inclusive for all audiences. All of his audiences have commented that they don't feel talked at during his lecture, but rather engaged and motivated. Greg will have your audience laughing while tugging at their heartstrings, sharing stories from his childhood, parents, college, celebrity friends and traveling around the country. His message offers hope, compassion and understanding. Greg will leave you motivated to change your life and be the voice of change in your own community. Greg can speak on a combination of topics for your program or can focus on just one. His AfterMatt program includes the award-winning film “Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine,” and his anti-bullying program is going strong with multiple topics.          

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A Conversation of Equality

Greg Baird

This lecture is designed to discuss with the audience the road to equality and how that progress will affect everyone. Greg’s presentation will engage LGBTQ and straight allies to talk with friends, neighbors and relatives to discuss concerns in a direct, honest and engaging way for change. Understanding full equality doesn’t just include the freedom to marry, but housing, employment, health care, Trans issues, bullying and homeless gay youth. Your campus community will be learn how to embrace an inclusive student body to inspire success and acceptance through education and social activities.

This unique presentation will share heartfelt and humorous stories to leave you motivated and give all audiences the insight on how unconditional love and acceptance benefits everyone.

what you get

  • Last up to one hour
  • Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
  • Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support