Happy week to all our readers! Its that time again where we come to you with another weekly blog. Pour some ice cold out lemonade and find some shade, its time for a good read.
This week we are showcasing Gunter Swoboda, who will be hosting an aspiring conference in the sunny town of Santa Monica which takes place august 4th and 5th. The Conference is making headway and gaining a lot of popularity.
SANTA MONICA, CA – 13 Jun, 2017 – Making Good Men Great is a project that aims to help men rethink masculinity and provide a way to help them shape their lives such that they are aligned to thrive and can become an inspiration to others. The Conference will be held on August 4-5, 2017 from 8am-4pm at Metropolis Santa Monica. 603 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401. To register, click here or straight to the registration portal.
The conference will help men better their lives and thin about their masculinity and how other men in their community benefit their lives. Making Good Men Great will serve as an inspiration for men who want to better themselves and better benefit the lives of their families. Along with inspiration those who attend the conference will be able to better themselves with networking with other attendees and learn more about those who are within the community. People Magazine’s 2015 Sexiest Men Alive and Tinder’s Most Swiped Right filmmaker/comedian Andy Mizrahi will be the Master of Ceremonies. The conference has chosen Emmy Nominated Singer/Songwriter, Star of Jersey Boys on Broadway and Philanthropist Drew Seeley as our first honoree. Keynote Speakers during the 2-Day Conference are the critically acclaimed:
Shaun Tomson started, managed and sold two multi-million-dollar clothing brands- Instinct and Solitude. He is the author of the best-selling “Surfer’s Code,” and the writer and producer of the award-winning documentary film Busting Down the Door. He is a World Surfing Champion, an inductee in the Jewish and South African Sports Hall of Fame, the US Surfing Hall of fame. He currently lives with his wife and son in Santa Barbara, California and still finds time to chase the perfect wave. Michael Kaufman, the Co-Founder of the White Ribbon Campaign, Kaufman is also a senior fellow at Instituto Promuto and co-writer of the States Worlds Father Report. He has worked in the UN System and has worked alongside NGO’s. Kaufman is also the author of The Afghan Vampires Book Club. Currently he lives in Toronto, Canada with his wife and kids. Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre from Missouri who is a two-time slam champion and educator. he has been featured in Unworthy, Welcome to Night Vale, everyday feminism, BBC Radio, the Huffington Post and more. Guante has performed in at the United Nations, Soundset Hip- Hop Festival and many collages. Guante has a teaching job as an artist and regular facilitates workshops and classes on many subjects. His debut book, a mixtape-style exploration of the intersections of art and social justice. Rick Newell, executive Director/Founder of MUST (Mentoring Urban Students and Teens). Must was founded from Ricks seven years working at the Rotary Boys& Girls Club in Seattle, Washington. Happily married, Rick is a father of four.
Gunter has also guest starred on The Most Dangerous Dance, an international documentary that explores problem of domestic violence in Australia.
Gunter Swoboda, author/TEDx Speaker and Psychologist has over 30 years of counseling an organizational development. He has completed several short pieces of fiction, a feature screenplay and novel. Gunter has been married for thirty years and is a keen surfer. He lives in Australia with his wife Lorin.
Check out Gunter’s EPK here:
Till next time folks!