Meet jerry leggett
Jerry is the founder of the 21st Century Peace Literacy Foundation (21CPLF). 21CPLF develops and delivers peace literacy educational resources that draw upon the best science and best practice to offer a common language for peaceful co-existence.
Jerry is an active member of the Rotary Club of Dayton, a 50/50 club* that in 1914 named Orville Wright its first honorary member. The term 50/50 club signifies that the Rotary Club of Dayton was the 47th club formed and is the 50th largest club in Rotary International.
Jerry Leggett: Musician and Peacebuilder
Leggett's acoustic musical roots stretch back to the late 1960's when he bought a $13 folk guitar and learned his first Bob Dylan song. Through the years he has maintained that essential quality of a guitar strumming, street-singing balladeer even as his musical presentation has become a more eclectic mix of pulsating rock and jazz formats.
Leggett has consistently supported efforts to link music entertainment with raising funds and awareness for a more just and healthy planet. As a motivational speaker and peace educator, he has appeared widely across the U.S.
As Executive Director of the Dayton International Peace Museum from 2014 to December 31. 2016, Jerry curated two major exhibits, "Quilting the Golden Rule," and "The Peace Corps: 54 Years of Global Service." He also oversaw the development of a major new exhibit on Peace Heroes and four Peace Hero Walk Around the World events in 3 states that raised more than $200,000 to promote local peace literacy initiatives.
Daily rates to schedule Jerry for your event are $750 plus direct expenses (such as travel, meals, lodging, event registration, etc.)
There is not a charge for Jerry to speak at your local Rotary or service club in conjunction with other events when he is in the area.