Dignity Revolution educates and empowers youth to stand up for the value of every person.
A K-12 customizable, bullying prevention program. This curriculum deals with mental health and wellness. When you guide students to understand that each person deserves respect, a culture change occurs.
Stand up for the worth, value, and dignity of every person, and commit to be a part of the Dignity Revolution.
Bob Lenz, international speaker and author, explores serious issues like bullying, self-harm, suicide, and substance use, while using his unique gift of humor. Somewhere between laughing at one of his embarrassing moments and getting choked up over a true story, students realize their hearts and minds have been changed.
Led by Deborah Tackmann, National Teacher Hall of Fame Inductee, her professional development training makes the audience think and laugh. She also energizes and empowers teachers to be the best professionals they can be.
Dignity Revolution Challenge, materials, books, clothing, accessories, and more!
So far, 65,087 have taken The Pledge. Will you?
What do people say about Dignity Revolution?
Bob Lenz, founder of the Dignity Revolution, speaks to half a million people each year. Since 1982, Bob has spoken in all 50 states to more than 6 million people and is a member of the National Speakers Association. His public school assembly programs have been consistently rated among the best in the nation by school administrators, teachers, parents, and most importantly, students.
DEBORAH L. TACKMANN
Deborah L. Tackmann is an exemplary teacher with more than 40 years of experience as a health and physical education instructor. She has received six national awards for her work in health education and is the only health educator that has ever been inducted into the National Teacher Hall of Fame. Her professional development training makes her audience think and laugh. She also energizes and empowers teachers to be the best professionals they can be.
Joyel Vandenboogart is the Director of the Dignity Revolution. Prior to joining the Dignity Revolution, Joyel was a second grade teacher. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Elementary Education with a minor in pre-primary education. Her education background gave her the insight to partner with Deborah Tackman and other educators to create the Dignity Revolution Challenge. Additionally, Joyel teaches classes to help people discover their gifts and strengths. She enjoys volunteering with youth and staying relevant to the issues they face. Joyel and her husband, Levi, have two beautiful children.