Dr. Tyra Manning will engage and inspire your audience and community to come forward and work together to break the stigma of mental illness.
If you are interested in hosting Tyra Manning, please email email@example.com or call Sarah Corbin at 708-434-5006.
Wednesday, May 17, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Private Book Club
Thursday, May 18, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
NAMI Reads, An Evening with Tyra Manning
Mt Prospect Public Library - Sponsored by NAMI Cook County North Suburban
Saturday, June 24, 2:30 p.m.
American Library Association Annual Chicago Conference and Exhibition, Book Signing
McCormick Place, Chicago
Friday, July 29, 7:00 p.m..
Texas Authors Association, Authors Marketing Event and Award Dinner, Award Recipient
Marriot Houston, Houston
October 10, 2017 7:00pm
Celebration of Hope Annual Gala, Keynote
NAMI, Brazos Valley, TX
WHAT TYRA HAS TO SAY
In an interview on Dear Texas Radio, Tyra talks about her mission to break the stigma of mental illness.
WHAT PEOPLE HAVE TO SAY
“I highly recommend Dr. Tyra L. Manning as a presenter for any organization. She has the ability to share important information and messages in a manner that challenges people to think, and in many cases, move into action when needed. Dr. Manning understands how systems work, but also how much better they work when coupled with understanding and respect for basic human needs. Her honesty, personal stories, and humor deeply engage her audiences and should propel her to the top of anyone’s presenters list.”
- Joanne Trahanas, Educational Consultant
"Dr. Tyra L. Manning, author and speaker, is an engaging, focused, clear-thinking, straight-talking, action-oriented dynamo with a remarkable range of expertise and experience in education that spans the wide spectrum of human experience from early childhood to adolescents to mature and aging adults. She understands the power of education in making our lives better. She brings her life experiences and expertise to bear on important issues pertaining to the importance of mental health resources for all of us regardless of our age and circumstances. She has good ideas, savvy insights, and keen interpersonal skills. In short, she is deserving of your full attention because she will enhance your understandings of the needs for substantive and timely mental health resources. She will enliven your passion for doing something to make life better for others."
- David A. Carter, Ph.D. & President of David Carter Accreditation Services, LLC