Team Fundraising Page of T.J. Sullivan-Diamond Honoree
T.J. Sullivan-Diamond Honoree
T.J. Sullivan is among the most successful college leadership speakers in the nation. After earning his undergraduate degree from Indiana University, he worked for Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, and for the BACCHUS Peer Education Network. In 1992, Sullivan and his friend, Joel Goldman, began touring with an educational keynote called “Friendship in the Age of AIDS.” The duo helped more than 2-million college students confront the realities of HIV/AIDS prevention at a time when the nation was struggling with the emerging pandemic and received the highest award from the Ryan White Foundation for their national advocacy. In 1999, Sullivan founded CAMPUSPEAK, which became the nation’s dominant agency providing educational speakers in the college market. He left that company in 2014 and is now a partner with ForCollegeForLife, a boutique college speakers agency based in Michigan. His 2012 book, “Motivating the Middle: Fighting Apathy in College Student Organizations,” is wildly popular in the college leadership realm. To date, Sullivan has spoken to more than 3-million students in all 50 states. Sullivan has been recognized with the top national awards from the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) and the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC). He and his family live in Portland, Oregon.
About This Campaign
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