Wayne Soares, the 6’4 anti-bullying behemoth plans to tell it like it is. With compassion and first-hand experiences, Wayne Soares is a nationally renowned an incomparable advocate and inspiration for children, teens and families.
His intention: to touch on the critical components of America’s school violence epidemic – which is striking schools across this great country, sending shockwaves throughout community and harming our most precious commodities – our children, and their futures.
“We need to be in the trenches with our kids – parenting, educating and informing. Every school, every parent and every student across this nation needs to step it up to break the cycle. No more innocent lives should be lost or damaged due to our inaction. I can show you how to act – no problem is insurmountable, especially when tender young lives are at stake” – Wayne Soares
As a father of three, and the former victim of bullies, Mr. Sores has made it his life’s mission to eradicate bullying in schools – and violence against children everywhere. He has traveled the country speaking to students, parents and administrators about not only the cause and effects of bullying and school violence – but helping all to identify and report these horrific situations.
“We all have a voice in this – we must act calmly and swiftly if we have any hope of saving lives,” Soares said.
Wayne Soares is a motivational speaker, actor and author. He has penned The Power of Your Actions & Words, Are you a Good Sport and The Big Game. As a sports broadcaster, he covered professional football and baseball for ESPN and The New York METS. His work as a comedian has seen him entertain private citizens and our nation’s troops - he has worked with the USO, The US Air Force and The US Army. His nationwide tour, Bullying is NOT Cool has allowed him to speak to more than 10,000 students, and he has been a featured “MVP in Character” for The Basketball Hall of Fame for 8 years. As a corporate trainer, he has worked with executives from Ocean Spray, The United States Air Force and the American Cancer Society.
For further information, or to bring Wayne Soares to YOUR school – visit him online at www.waynesoares.com.