On this special episode of the podcast Theo and Paul have an in-depth conversation about human trafficking. They discuss Paul's connection to this very serious issue and hope to bring awareness and support to #NotInMyCity, a movement to generate awareness, engage communities and create action against human trafficking.
Paul Brandt is a Canadian Country Music Hall of Famer. Musician, songwriter and performer. He’s also an entrepreneur, humanitarian and philanthropist. Paul Brandt draws on his vast musical experiences and abilities, his creative mindset as well as his former role as a Registered Nurse at Alberta’s Children’s Hospital to engage his audiences and challenge them to be more outward looking, and to create “stuff the world needs”.
When not on tour, Paul has served as Calgary’s Mount Royal University’s “Storyteller in Residence” at the Bissett School of Business. Through an entrepreneurial process, Paul collaborated with Branding & Marketing students to develop new business and social enterprises, including the successful Anti-Human Trafficking movement #NotInMyCity.
Through storytelling and song, Paul draws on his varied experiences of success, resiliency and advocacy to help people understand that every person has a unique purpose full of potential, leaving them inspired and motivated to do more than they had ever dreamed possible.
Paul lives with his wife Liz and their two children on The Buckspring Ranch in the foothills of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains.
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