Safar was grateful to be recognized as one of the world’s most influential Jews in the Forward’s annual “Forward 50” list.
His companies have graced Billboard magazine and he has been featured in publications such as NPR and the NY Times to USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.
Safar is also the Founder/CEO of Bancs Media, an award winning production & Marketing company, along with Highku, digital marketing in the Cannabis space, Slay Sonics, a powerhouse indie resource and music marketing platform, The Elemental Life, and Guru and You, a telemedicine treatment platform, and the co-founder of Gallery 38, a creative art space and art gallery in Los Angeles.
Safar has also launched a new project, titled Don’t Block Your Blessings, to honor his mom’s memory, the goal is to collect and present an online living library of stories, performances, light and love to a world in need of healing.
The DBYB Festival boasts three interactive rooms on an exclusive virtual platform allowing festival goers to jump from room to room attending talks and sessions, accessing musical performances, and viewing live art as its created. The last festival featured cast members from Broadway’s Hamilton joining The-Piano-Art-Project. People all over the world have been sharing videos of positivity and perspective as part of it, including Justin Long (Waiting, Accepted, Dodgeball), David Sacks (writer of The Simpsons), Autumn Reeser (Entourage, The OC), Mayim Byalik (Blossom, Big Bang Theory), and Wayne Coyne (The Flaming Lips).
Safar is dedicated to bringing diverse people together through education workshops and public appearances with his artists and creating safe spaces for dialog and healing. Safar’s eclectic skill set, varied experience, and passion to help others gives him a unique perspective and insight into a broad variety of critical topics that affect us all.
Session Topic: Speech & the Redemptive Mindset