Godfrey Harris (bio)
A leading expert on grandparenting and word of mouth advertising
|Contact:||Mr. Godfrey Harris|
|Mailing Address: ||9200 Sunset Blvd., Suite 404, Los Angeles, California, United States of America 90069|
|Phone:||(310) 278 8037|
|FAX:||(310) 271 3649|
|findCE GPA: ||3.00 (maximum = 4.0)|
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Harris/Ragan Management Group
Fields of Interest:
|Advertising/Public Relations, Government/Political, Business Development & Growth, Family, Global Intl Business, Politics/Public Affairs, Marketing and Communication, Fearless Aging|
Most Requested Topics/Programs:
- Responsibilities of grandparenting
- stimulating word of mouth comments
- Temple Mogen David November 5 2003
- Cerritos Rotarians November 3 2003
- Los Angeles Optimists November 6 2003
- Princess Cruises February 2003
- Valley Beth Shalom January 28 2003
|Length of presentation:||30 minutes to 8 hours|
|Travels From:||Los Angeles|
|Target Audience - Other:||Grandparents|
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Godfrey Harris is an experienced public speaker having taught at two universities, served as the US State Deparment's public briefing officer, given dozens of seminars, and made hundreds of speeches to civic, charitable, religious, and other groups since he began his career in 1960.
He has been observing political events and studying their impact on societies around the world for nearly all of his career.
Prior to founding his public policy consulting firm in 1968, Harris/Ragan Management Group, he was a U.S. Army Intelligence Officer; a U.S. Foreign Service Officer with diplomatic assignments in Washington, Bonn, and London; a Management Analyst in President Lyndon Johnsonís Executive Office; and a Special Assistant to the President of an international banking firm in Geneva. Mr. Harris has also taught political science at UCLA and Rutgers, conducted tourism seminars at Clemson University and the University of Hawaii, and given dozens of seminars for business people on how to generate word of mouth comments.
As a public policy specialist, Mr. Harris has served as a registered foreign agent for the Government of Panama and the Government of St. Kitts-Nevis, as a lobbyist for various interest groups, as the manager of several election campaigns, and as an advisor to private companies dealing with both Federal and local governments. He has written or co-authored more than 45 books on public policy and business themes. He holds degrees from Stanford University and the University of California, Los Angeles.