Bob Goff is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of Love Does, as well as an attorney who founded Restore International, a nonprofit human rights organization operating in Uganda, India and Somalia. Bob is a sought after speaker for leadership, church and university events, inspiring current and future influencers to get to the ”do” part of life. Choosing to live audaciously, Bob to connects to audiences in a powerfully inspirational, yet down to earth manner.
Bob has pioneered the vision of Restore International to fight for freedom and human rights, working to improve educational opportunities and to be helpful to those in need of a voice and a friend. Restore has worked with Uganda’s judiciary in bringing over 200 cases to trial, as well as pursuing justice, intervention and education for at risk women and children in Uganda, India and Somalia. Restore Leadership Academy in Northern Uganda educates over 300 students with a focus on character and leadership development. Because of Bob’s vision and the work of Restore International, he serves as the Hon. Consul for the Republic of Uganda to the United States.
Bob continues to be inspired by friendships he’s developed with others around the world who live their lives pursuing strategic ways to help others. As an attorney, Bob shares leadership in a Washington law firm, Goff & DeWalt. He is also an adjunct professor at Pepperdine Law School where he teaches Nonprofit Law, and Point Loma Nazarene University, where he teaches Business Law.
To inquire about Bob Goff speaking at your campus, conference or event please fill out the form below. Please include as much information as possible about your event. If your date is not yet set or you are flexible in when you would like Bob to come speak, please give a few possible dates for our consideration. To receive information by phone, call (619) 523-3300.
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Restore International's goal is to try to change a few lives for the better. We fight for freedom and human rights, work to improve educational opportunities, and try to be helpful to those in need of a voice and a friend. Restore is a 501(c)3, non-profit organization, and works in Uganda and India.To visit the restore website, click here
In 2012, The New York Times bestseller Love Does encouraged readers to live a lifestyle that fiercely seeks out ways of showing love. And in 2013, the Love Does Conference taught people exactly how. Through moving presentations, musical performances, and break-out sessions, the two-day summit leaves attendees with a new perspective on life.To visit the love does website, click here