Powerful Drug Abuse Speakers Aid In the Drug Abuse Prevention Fight

FATE is fortunate to have a number of speakers who openly and honestly discuss the realities of drug abuse. Our speakers embody our mission and our passion for education and prevention. Our speakers visit schools, businesses, athletic programs, and individuals all over the state of Oklahoma in order to share our message in the hope that we can impact lives.

FATE’s speakers understand the realities of drug abuse. Founder Reggie Whitten saw the dangerous outcome of drug abuse firsthand in his son Brandon, and has dedicated his life to sharing Brandon’s story.

Reggie shares Brandon’s story so that those who hear it may be able to make a change – in themselves, in their loved ones, or in the lives of anyone they know who may be suffering from drug abuse.

If you would like more information about our speakers or our outreach programs, please

Reggie Whitten

Reggie Whitten is “on fire” about substance abuse prevention. That’s because he saw firsthand its effects on his son, Brandon.



FATE has spoken at the following schools and organizations:

  • Ada High School
  • ADSAC (Alcohol and Drug Substance Abuse Course)
  • Altus High School
  • Beta Theta Pi (University of Oklahoma)
  • Bethany High School
  • Boise City High School
  • Byng High School
  • Cameron University
  • Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes
  • Chickasaw Bar Association (Continuing Legal Education Course)
  • Chickasaw Nation
  • Chickasha High School
  • Citizen Potawatomi Nation (After school program)
  • Comanche Nation
  • Dewar High School
  • Dewar Middle School
  • Downtown Oklahoma City Rotary Club
  • Drummond High School
  • Duke High School
  • East Central University (All student athletes)
  • Edgemere Elementary School
  • Edmond Memorial High School
  • Edmond North High School
  • Edmond Santa Fe High School
  • Felt High School
  • Great Nations Bank – OU program
  • Harding Charter Prep
  • Harrah High Shool
  • Henryetta High School
  • Henryetta Middle School
  • Heritage Hall High School
  • Inter-Tribal Challenge Bowl
  • Keyes High School
  • McAlester High School
  • McAlester Lions Club
  • Muskogee High School
  • Norman North High School
  • Northwestern Oklahoma State University
  • Oak Dale Elementary
  • Okemah High School
  • Oklahoma Baptist University
  • Oklahoma Bar Association (Annual Conference)
  • Oklahoma City Public School Indian Education Summer Camp
  • Oklahoma City University
  • Oklahoma Juvenile Center
  • Oklahoma National Guard’s Annual Military Conference 2015
  • Oklahoma State Department of Education (“Vision 2020”, 2014 Summer Conference)
  • Oklahoma State University (All student athletes)
  • Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
  • Okmulgee High School
  • Pauls Valley Rotary Club
  • Petroleum Club (Oklahoma City)
  • Piedmont High School
  • Putnam City North High School
  • Rogers State University
  • Seminole Nation
  • Seminole State College
  • Shawnee High School
  • Southeastern University of Oklahoma
  • Teen Recovery Solutions
  • Tulsa County Bar Association (Continuing Legal Education Course)
  • United States Federal Court, Western District of Oklahoma (Hon. Valerie Couch)
  • University of Central Oklahoma
  • University of Oklahoma (All student athletes)
  • University of Oklahoma School of Law
  • University of Oklahoma’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee
  • White Field (non-profit for boys in state custody)
  • Whittier Middle School
  • Yukon Middle School