Mr. Nadra Enzi is a nationally published poet, op-ed/discrimination complaint security writer and public safety advocate who, if invited, promises a high yield/LOW COST speech rich with technique, dialogue and his customary wry wit.
He has recited work at the following ocassions: the 1992-1993 Black Image Awards Banquets at Georgia Southern University, the 1992 Pan African Congress awards luncheon, the 1993 Model Arab League awards luncheon, the Savannah, GA., Malcolm X Festival series, the Savannah, GA., Kwanzaa series, the First Annual Black History Showcase and dinner Theater, and the 1994 Gullah Festival in Beaufort, SC.
His speech inventory includes performances at: Lincoln University (PA), Miami University (OH), Savannah State University, the Keynote Address at the Georgia Department of Human Resources (Savannah Office) Martin Luther King Observance, the US Army 260th Quartermaster Battalion Black History Month event at Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah GA and the US Army Directorate of Logistics Black History Month Luncheon at Fort Stewart, GA.
Mr. Enzi has been a guest on the G. Gordon Liddy and Barry Farber syndicated talk radio shows.
Responses to his efforts have been recieved from US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and several articles were inserted into the US Congressional Record on September 27, 1996, by Represenative Jack Kingston of Georgia, including one that documented a hate crime scene he discovered in a Savannah, GA., public park in a Black neighborhood.
He also writes poems and jingles dedicated to specific individuals and institutions, along with spear heading client's public relations campaigns.
He is always interested in new public service opportunities.
You can contact Mr. Enzi via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.