Bryant Harrison McGill is an American author, speaker and activist in the fields of self-development, personal freedom and human rights. His writings and small aphorisms have been published in over 100 books. He is a recognized Goodwill Ambassador and the founder of the Goodwill Treaty for World Peace, which has among its signers Matt Damon, Arun Gandhi, Don Cheadle, Ben Affleck, Ray Ramano and Montel Williams. For his Goodwill Treaty project the United States Congress officially recognized McGill's, “highly commendable life’s work as a Goodwill Ambassador for World Peace.”
McGill is a poet and the editor and author of the McGill English Dictionary of Rhyme, and other books in the McGill Reference Series, which are used by over one hundred thousand writers, educators, students, aspiring-poets and songwriters from over one hundred countries.
On 21 August 2006, McGill was the subject of a front-page article in the Wall Street Journal concerning a celebrity verification group he created to protect people from identity theft and cyber-bulling. McGill and his experiences were later described in the Random House Book, Stealing MySpace. McGill runs a consulting firm serving a number of celebrity entertainers, actors, models, singers and corporate accounts.