The Up Experience 2011
The UP Experience – Unique Perspectives from Unique People – is an engaging and intellectually stimulating event that brings together 16 of the world’s most extraordinary thought leaders, creators, and innovators for one exceptional day. These are the people behind the technologies, the trends, the ideas, and the global movements that shape our existence. The only event of its kind in Houston, UP is a learning opportunity, a creative conference, a think tank, and an entertainment event all in one. During 20-minute onstage presentations, each of our 16 guests discusses his or her work, passion, and ideas for the future; offstage, attendees experience up close and personal Q&A sessions. Designed for both personal and professional application, UP is an infusion of exceptional people, exceptional thinking and exceptional advances. One day a year, in Houston, Texas, we now have a way to learn "What’s UP".
About Bob Stutman
Bob Stutman, former DEA agent, speaks the truth about drugs in the community
Should drugs be legalized?
CNN's Kiran Chetry speaks to a former DEA agent and an economist on whether drugs should be legalized.
Bob Stutman at the Community Awareness Luncheon
Bob Stutman, guest speaker at "Drug Free Collier's" Community Awareness Luncheon at the Hilton Naples
If you are wondering what has happened to our heroes, this man is one–Dan Rather to 1,500 CBS Affiliates
The most famous narc in America.–New York Magazine
An S.O.B. on the side of the angels –Boston Herald Magazine
Those who heard you will never be the same on the drug issue again.–David Burke, President CBS News
Mr. Stutman has given a new voice and new visibility to the agency charged with spearheading the nation's battle against drugs.–The New York Times
He has astounding impact. He lives and breathes this. I think that is why he has such an effect.–Naples Daily News, FL
I have been to several drug prevention seminars, but have never been moved the way I was during your presentation. Your blunt, honest manner really drives home the gravity of this situation. I am convinced so many of our parents here are in the dark about how big this problem really is in our community. As you stated yourself, I think parents here think of drugs as an inner city problem and not one that continues to kill in our own backyard.–Senior Reporter ABC 7 News, Fort Myers, FL