Ronan Farrow engaged over 1,000 attendees recently at The Family Place's 2016 Texas Trailblazer Awards Luncheon and received fantastic feedback: "That was the best speech we’ve had at our luncheon. Everyone was enthralled, you could have heard a pin drop."
Given his active role in humanitarian efforts across the globe, Blackbaud invited Ronan to speak at their annual conference, bbcon, where technology and social good meet. Interested in hearing his ideas and insights on innovative ways to develop and leverage relationships and outreach to millennials, corporations, and nonprofit organizations, Blackbaud was effusive in their praise: "He sure did knock it out of the park... My goal with our meeting was that every attendee leave feeling hopeful, energized and inspired, and his keynote truly made that impact." Two weeks ago, Ronan spoke at the Elon University School of Law's Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series. Read more about this event and watch clips of his remarks >>
Described by The New York Times as "the youngest old guy in the room" for his ability to help traditional institutions speak to a new generation, NBC News anchor and Human Rights Attorney Ronan Farrow has appeared twice in Forbes Magazine's “30 Under 30” most influential people in law and policy. NPR and The Huffington Post have hailed his speeches on the struggles of young people he’s worked with around the world. He is the author of the forthcoming Pandora’s Box: How America Creates Its Own Enemies from Penguin Press.