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Bruce Freeman’s life, his message, and his commitment are a gift to all who are fortunate to meet him.  Through perseverance, humor and focus he serves as a guide to us all.

Lisa Capone-Steiger, Assistant Superintendent, Livingston, NJ Public Schools

Bruce has such a big impact on our students. He is a teacher, a mentor and an outstanding example of what can be accomplished with perseverance and determination. We are proud to have him among the ranks of our teaching faculty.

-Dr. Steven Lorenzet, Associate Dean, Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University

Bruce Freeman inspires people. I have heard him speak and he delivers a powerful message. Through his efforts, he is a model for people trying to turn adversity into opportunity.

-Bob Gebroe, Chairman, Livingston, NJ Advisory Committee for Disabilities


I have had the pleasure of hearing Bruce Freeman speak several times. He is an effective communicator, always bringing audiences together with his engaging manner and humorous anecdotes. He inspires people and informs with a deft touch.

-Diana Wilcox Layman, President, Waterview Associates

It is rare to find a professor who teaches (Seton Hall University) you a much as they make you laugh. Bruce is that one professor you come across that you will never forget. He has changed my life inside and out the classroom and I am proud to call him my friend.

-Jordan Panella, Junior Sales Associate, New York Yankees

I heard Bruce Freeman speak at the recent Abilities Expo. What impressed me most is that he never lets his disability define him. Bruce makes a great speaker for educational groups. He has a powerful positive message to share

-Charles “Buddy “ August, Member, Livingston Board of Education

Bruce Freeman is one of the most committed professionals I have ever met. He has turned his adversity into an opportunity and through his lectures shows people how to do the same.

-Al Turrisi, Turrisi and Associates

I’ve worked with Bruce Freeman for more than 20 years. When I first met him, there was no indication of Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and he was trotting around NYC promoting a Proline Public Relations client. I’ve seen him adopt a “glass is half full” philosophy, refusing to let MS keep him down. Continuing to promote tech products, teaching at Kean and Seton Hall Universities and addressing groups on how to overcome adversity by adopting the right mindset and can-do attitude.

-Michael Berman, Contributing Writer, The Huffington Post