Guest, Lizzie Sider

Guest Name: 
Lizzie Sider
Lizzie Sider
Guest Occupation: 
American singer/songwriter, recording artist, actress, and anti-bullying activist.
Guest Biography: 


Seen as a guest performer on The Queen Latifah Show, Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family and Entertainment Tonight, Lizzie Sider is an American singer/songwriter, recording artist, actress, and anti-bullying activist. Lizzie’s tracks, “Butterfly” and “I Love You That Much,” landed in the Top 40 on the Nashville charts, and one of her most recent releases, “Summer Love Song,” opened the 2016 Hallmark Channel Original Movie, “A Time To Dance,” starring Jennie Garth. Whether it’s performing with Peter Yarrow (Peter, Paul and Mary), Aaron Tippin or Jamie O’Neal, or playing character roles in live musical theater productions such as Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Martha) or The Ballad of Cat Ballou (Cat), it seems that the stage is Lizzie’s second home.

However, Lizzie’s most important venture has been her anti-bullying advocacy. Bullied as a young girl for years, Lizzie would come home in tears, most of her school days. Through her parents’ love and her father’s words of “nobody has the power to ruin your day,” Lizzie grabbed ahold of her inner strength and let it lead her through the bullying. She became stronger because of it, and has made it a mission in her life to help others harness their own inner strength and beauty, and spread their wings, like a Butterfly.

Lizzie is Founder of Nobody Has The Power To Ruin Your Day, a non-profit organization for anti-bullying. Her current reach is over 7,000 schools worldwide (representing over 5 million students).