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Piper Dellums

Life is but a poem. Write it with your soul. Compassion is the healing balm for all of humanities ills.

Piper Dellums is a drama, writing and arts therapist- specializing in issues of aging, child/domestic/sexual violence, abuse, addiction and trauma. She is the International Ambassador to Stop the Silence, AAA Area Agency on Aging, Save the children of Belarus, ETCOG East Texas Counsel of Governments, American Samoan Alliance to End Domestic and Sexual Violence, National Partnership to end Interpersonal Abuse and Advocate for Puyllup Tribe of Indians. She is the CEO/President of Piper Dellums Productions. Piper was the Senior Vice President of EGTVN Television network, and producer of 8 original content shows. She is CEO/founder of Essential Artist Group Talent Agency.Piper Dellums is a powerful inspirational speaker with 14 years of experience; speaking at social and political activists' conferences and events, women's prisons, juvenile correctional facilities, International women's rights and empowerment conferences, myriad synagogues, churches, schools, and human rights forums all over the world.She was the keynote speaker at Nelson Mandela's 95th birthday celebration, Nelson Mandela's LA vigil, International Day of Peace Celebration of Vietnam Vet and Peace Activist, Ron Kovic for the MYHERO FOUNDATION, United Nations USA San Diego Annual Conference, and was chosen to be one of the United Nations USA Delegates at the CSW58. In addition she is the keynote for the Institute of Violence, Abuse & Trauma in Honolulu and San Diego. She has given motivational speeches at women's and juvenile correctional facilities and has created a forum and curriculum for prison outreach and victims advocacy called, "A VICTIMS VOICE"- Writing/poetry/monologue and film platform. An educator for almost 20 years in dramatic and creative writing arts; she opened Amandla exhibit to benefit the Nelson Mandela Children's Foundation; built homes in South Africa; and joined a delegation to build hospitals, administer medical and missionary needs after the bombing of the American Embassy in Kenya. Piper would travel with this same delegation to Nkamba in Congo and minister to the Kimbaquist nation. This period of African missionary work was on the heels of a life transition and birthed the Grandma Leola & Lyrics series dedicated to the lives, journeys, trials and triumphs…

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