Bullying experts speaking on such an important and emotive topic often have first hand experience of their chosen subject. They are vital to the success of stamping out bullying and being able to identify the signs before it is too late.
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Milly Johnson is a Sunday Times top ten bestselling and international author of women’s fiction. She is also a columnist, copywriter, joke-writer, poet and popular after-dinner speaker.
Lady Marie Stubbs
Former Head Mistress of the infamous St Georges School and author Lady Stubbs is a motivating speaker on transformational leadership and education. Portrayed by Julie Walters in the screen adaptation of her book Ahead of the Class
Regular ‘Loose Woman’, theatre’s lead ‘Calendar Girl’ and OXO mum Lynda is a highly respected stage and screen actress. She has the most amazing voice, is an excellent facilitator/host and a very funny speaker.
Wendy Turner Webster
TV Presenter, event host and facilitator, author, writer and speaker Wendy is best known for fronting seven years of Channel 4s Pet Rescue. She is also an expert in Domestic Violence, Bullying Issues and coping positively with financial difficulties.
Lord John Stevens QPM
International Security Advisor to the Prime Minister, Lord John Stevens is highly regarded as the most successful Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, who provides a thought provoking and astute after dinner speech.
Writer, humanitarian campaigner and motivational speaker, Louise Burfitt-Dons is the founder of ‘Act Against Bullying’, Campaigning Director of the Global Warming Alliance and spearheads the ‘Hot Women Campaign’.
The remarkable Katie Piper is a beautiful, young woman who is in the very public process of rebuilding her life after surviving a brutal attack in March 2008 when her ex boyfriend arranged for someone to throw sulphuric acid in her face. She is so brave and determined not only for her own survival but she spends much time helping others who have been disfigured in some way. Her speeches are simply inspirational.
Baroness Helen Newlove of Warrington
When a gang of drunken teenagers kicked Helen Newlove’s husband Garry to death in front of their young daughters, she led the ‘Broken Britain’ debate on anti-social behaviour which earned her a peerage.
Helen is a moving and inspiring speaker and is writing a book on her experiences so she can continue to campaign to improve our streets and make UK communities safer places to live in.
Mark Williams-Thomas MA
One of the countrys leading police advisors to the media Mark Williams-Thomas features regularly as an expert on the BBC, ITV and Sky News. He is also the leading authority in child protection as well as a script advisor to TV programmes such as Waking the Dead and Inspector Lynley.