With dozens of slides, video clips, interviews, and music, the Brett Ullman seminar is a well-balanced presentation that has impacted the lives of teens and parents from all walks of life, challenging them to evaluate modern media and its impact on their lives. Brett has spoken at many national and regional conferences and has spoken to groups from almost every evangelical denomination. Brett presents his seminar from Coast to Coast in Canada and is willing to travel outside Canada (especially anywhere hot during the Canadian winter months).
Brett Ullman is a division of Worlds Apart, a non-profit organization committed to educate and inspire youth to critically reflect on how we interact and are impacted by media culture in our daily lives, habits, relationships and intrapersonal experiences.
With a speaking history spanning more than 16 years, Worlds Apart has reached hundreds of thousands of young people, youth workers and parents across North America; challenging individuals to carefully examine the ways each of us respond and interact with modern media. Worlds Apart speaks with courage and conviction on sensitive, current issues affecting youth including self-injury, suicide, substance abuse, sexuality, music and faith in our modern age.
Brett was a teacher with the Toronto Disctrict School Board for 10 years before leaving teaching to pursue a speaking career full-time back in 2006. He is a graduate of the Arrow Leadership Program (arrowleadership.org) and in 2012 completed a Masters Degree in Leadership and Evangelism from Wheaton Graduate School in Chicago.
Brett Ullman presently speaks across North America delivering 6 main Talks: