Frank King, Suicide Prenvention Speaker

Frank King, Suicide Prenvention Speaker

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Right person, right time, right information, can save a life

Writer for The Tonight Show and TED Talker who uses his lifetime battle with depression, thoughts of ending his life, and skills as a speaker-comedian to teach Suicide Prevention/Postvention. Programs for Associations, Corporations, Colleges, HR Pros

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Eugene, OR (US)

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Frank King, Suicide Prenvention Speaker
Frank King - Motivational Speaker

The Mental Health Comedian

Right person, right time, right information, can save a life

Writer for The Tonight Show and TED Talker who uses his lifetime battle with depression, thoughts of ending his life, and skills as a speaker-comedian to teach Suicide Prevention/Postvention. Programs for Associations, Corporations, Colleges, HR Pros

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Eugene, OR

Frank King, Suicide Prenvention Speaker - Motivational Speaker

Frank King, Suicide Prenvention Speaker

The Mental Health Comedian

Right person, right time, right information, can save a life

Writer for The Tonight Show and TED Talker who uses his lifetime battle with depression, thoughts of ending his life, and skills as a speaker-comedian to teach Suicide Prevention/Postvention. Programs for Associations, Corporations, Colleges, HR Pros

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from: Eugene, OR

For more information about booking Frank King, Suicide Prenvention Speaker,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/theMHcomedian/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

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