The Elite Speakers Bureau, Inc. Launches!

April 30, 2010

The Elite Speaker’s Bureau, Inc. was founded by Denise Brown, sister of Nicole Brown Simpson and advocate against domestic violence. Nicole was a victim of domestic violence and was brutally murdered in 1994. Denise has traveled the world speaking out about the issue of domestic violence for over 15 years, which also exposed her to the harsh reality that many forms of violence occur in our neighborhoods, communities and society. Denise realized that more needs to be done, and more people need to know that issues of violence affect everyone.

Her vision has now become a reality, as she has brought together an elite group of speakers to spread the word and educate others. By her side is her sister Dominique, who is involved in the process of reaching out to corporations, organizations, foundations, shelters, schools, medical associations/professionals, law enforcement agencies and individuals who can benefit from the knowledge and inspiration of our expert speakers.

The  Elite Speakers Bureau Objective was formed to bring more awareness to domestic violence, child abuse, teen violence, elder abuse, stalking, net crimes, workplace violence, victims of crime, sexual assault, animal abuse and mental wellness.  The speakers are professionals with knowledge on these issues.  The team includes renowned authors, advocates, therapists, celebrities and more.  The Elite Speaker’s Bureau, Inc. is where clients can trust the knowledge and professionalism of their team of callers and their experienced speakers.

Callers will work with you from start to finish on your event, seminar, conference, etc. to make it the most successful it can be.  The speakers will promote your function through various media outlets, including newspaper, magazines, radio and television, to name a few.

In addition, The Elite Speaker’s Bureau, Inc. is an avenue for the media to come find experts on these topics of violence.

Expert Speakers Include:

Carolyn Cox, Denise Brown, Johnny Lee, Pamela Harding, Susan Murphy-Milano, Tony Porter, Erin Runnion, Dr. Jill Murray, Susie Kroll, Jacqueline Marcell, Angela Shelton, Kimleigh Smith, Jayne Hitchcock, Tanya Brown and Patricia Wenskunas.

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  1. Kathy
    May 3, 2010 at 3:05 PM

    I am glad to see that you found one of my videos helpful. It was neat to run into it on your site. You are doing wonderful work.
    -Kathy

    • May 3, 2010 at 5:34 PM

      Hey Kathy!
      Great to hear from you……….whatever I can do to assist just let me know. This is an extremely exciting journey for all involved and I thank each one from the bottom of my heart for all that they do in Advocacy. And…………THANK YOU! Keep sharing the positive message and awareness that all must hear. Please keep in touch. Take care and STAY SAFE! Anny

  2. Lisa
    September 30, 2010 at 10:49 PM

    Anny

    I am a physician and a domestic violence survivor. I was wondering how I could get involved, get trained to be a speaker and help educate about domestic violence. I learned the hard way it can happen to anyone, regardless of education or profession.

    Lisa

    • October 1, 2010 at 8:51 AM

      Hi Lisa,
      Thanks for posting. Will contact you directly via email.
      Take care and STAY SAFE!

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