As an artist, author, educator, yoga instructor, community organizer, and non-profit leader, Hawah has dedicated his life to teaching about solutions to violence and ways to peace. Having traveled to over 35 countries to facilitate interactive workshops, host dialogues, perform poetry, teach yoga, he speaks with those interested in creating a caring, compassionate, sustainable and equitable world.
Hawah has been regularly featured as a speaker, performer and workshop presenter for People to People International, the Congressional Youth Leadership Council and the Children’s Defense Fund’s Freedom Schools. He has made appearances on XM National Satellite Radio, BBC, Fox News, CNN, Al Jazerra, and the Pacifica Radio Network. He has also been a guest speaker at Yale University, George Washington University, U.C.L.A., University of Colorado, Rollins College, University of Maryland, Georgetown University, and Brown University.
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Please complete the form below so that we can start getting to know each other. We understand that you are still nailing down details of your event, but because Hawah is in demand, we like to lock in potential dates early. Fill out what you can, and we’ll discuss the rest.
Hawah’s speaking fees for keynotes and in-person engagements range from $1,000 to $5,000, depending on the location, duration, and level of customization you need.
Included in Hawah’s fee:
- One pre-event planning call with event organizers
- A 60-90 minute keynote presentation
- Attendance at one event-related promotional activity
Half of the fee is expected when the date is locked in and the contract is signed; the other half is expected upon completion of the talk. Travel is charged as one flat fee, to be remitted with the initial payment. Travel fees will vary on distance of travel.
Are there special discounts for nonprofits? Hawah gets this question a lot, given that he has spent the past 15+ years in service to nonprofits, social justice, and nonviolent solutions. The simple answer is this: yes, but depends on the circumstance. It is worth an ask.