Susan Faith (Broude)
Founder, Book Author, Inspirational Speaker, Coach, Spiritual Intuitive/Visionary, Filmmaker, Producer, Writer
Susan Broude developed the concept of Purple People and its message of positive energy through her own healing journey which began years ago with meditation, yoga and playing the African Djembe drum.
As an award-winning writer, inspirational speaker and founder of Purple People Inc., Susan also trained as an attorney and has 30+ years of business experience. She is also the Executive Producer and Producer/Writer of several documentary films including the feature length award-winning BULLIED TO SILENCE and the 2010 award-winning short film "Let It Begin! A Filmmaker's Journey" which received numerous accolades including Audience Choice and Best Director, acceptance at many film festivals nationally and was nominated for the 2011 Academy Award in Documentary. Susan's education includes: J.D., New England School of Law; B.A., Brandeis University; Elementary Ed. Certification, Brandeis University.
Susan serves to spread the message of Purple People throughout the world. Her Award-Winning Books, including PURPLE LOVE and PURPLE PUPPY, have enabled her to meet people worldwide who embrace her insight of the MAGNIFICENCE in each of us. Adults and children resonate with the ease and grace of Susan's presence and message that, "You are perfect just the way you are. Within you, there is the innate ability to heal."
Contact us to schedule Keynote Speeches, Seminars and individual sessions:
- Healing through Self-Love
- Living Life with an Open Heart
- Embrace Your Positivity
- Let Go of Limitations and Meet Your Authentic Self
- Intuitive Counseling
- Anti-Bullying Education & Events
- Group Book Readings/Signings
VP and Creative Director, Filmmaker, Director, Editor, Graphic Designer
Tami has been involved with broadcast, film and print media for over 30 years. At CNN-Atlanta, she was on-air Graphic Designer, after moving to Los Angeles, she directed trailers, music videos, and motion graphics for John Denver's Windstar Foundation. She worked at WFAA-TV in Dallas as a Broadcast Designer and as Art Director for WSB-TV in Atlanta where she covered the Columbine tragedy. In the past 15 years, Tami has been VP of Production and the Creative Director for Purple People Inc. The newly released, award-winning BULLIED TO SILENCE is her most recent large scale film. Numerous non-profit organizations, equal rights organizations, and educational institutions have shown two of her films "Purple" and "Are You Listening?" Tami has been instrumental with Susan in establishing a film production company, Dog Eats Hat Productions. The documentary "Let It Begin! A Filmmaker's Journey" directed by Tami and produced by Susan won Audience Choice and Best Director Awards and was nominated for a 2011 Academy Award in Documentary.
Over the span of her twenty year artistic career, one of her proudest accomplishments is that of producing, directing, and editing a video documentary for Westside Special Olympics in Los Angeles.
Tami specializes in:
- Documentary Filmmaking
- Film Direction
- Post-Production Film Editing
- Art/Creative Direction
- Digital Storytelling