RESILIENCE SERIES – Using Your Voice For Good w/Ryan Hampton

RISE TOGETHER is offering this series for FREE in coordination with their #RiseTogetherStrong Fundraiser. *Learn more here*


In support of our #RiseTogetherStrong fundraiser, every Monday, join TEDx speaker Nadine Machkovech for a live conversation exploring how thought leaders and changemakers from around the world have faced adversity over this past year. This series will offer practical tips on how we can all grow this strength in our day-to-day lives.

PRESENTER: RYAN HAMPTON, AUTHOR & ACTIVIST

 

A prominent advocate, speaker, author, and media commentator, Ryan Hampton travels coast-to-coast to add solutions to our national addiction crisis. In recovery from a decade-long opioid addiction, Hampton has rocketed to the center of America’s rising addiction recovery advocacy movement. An alumnus of the Clinton White House, he’s worked with multiple non-profits and national recovery advocacy campaigns. He is now a prominent, leading face and voice of recovery advocacy and is changing the national conversation about addiction.

With content that reaches millions each month, Ryan breaks down cultural barriers that have kept people suffering in silence and is inspiring a new generation of people recovering out loud through his Voices Project.

He was part of the core team that released the first-ever U.S. Surgeon General’s report on addiction in 2016 and was singled out by Forbes as a top social entrepreneur in the recovery movement. Ryan connects a vast network of people who are passionate about ending the overdose crisis in America. He has been featured by—and is a contributor to—media outlets such as USA Today, MSNBC, Fox and Friends, the New York Times, NPR, HLN, Vice, Forbes, Slate, HuffPost, The Hill, the Wall Street Journal, and others.

He lives in Nevada with his fiancé, Sean, and their dog, Dollar.

To learn more go to: www.RyanHampton.com

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