Nationally known speaker, David Parnell, is a methamphetamine and suicide survivor from Tennessee. Parnell gives an average of 120 keynote addresses each year. His audiences include students (grades 6 and up), teachers, administrators, parents, law enforcement and emergency service personnel, social workers, church members, youth groups, and anyone else concerned about drug use.
Parnell is a powerful voice on the dangers of methamphetamine. He was a participant in the University of Kentucky's Drug Endangered Children's Community Education Program, addressed the Connecticut State Legislature in special session on the debate for restrictions of key ingredients used in methamphetamine manufacturing, testified on the mental state of methamphetamine psychosis during a murder trial, was a volunteer in a national public awareness campaign for The Partnership for a Drug Free America. Visit www.facingthedragon.com.