Some Local Love for Your Girrrll

Courtesy 17th South Magazine/Nathan Bolster

Sharing here three posts about my ‘cool, fun job’ and my volunteer work in the Atlanta community and beyond. That last part being the only reason I agree to do these sorts of things. First and foremost, I want other victims to see me and feel anything is possible, even being public about your assault while managing a professional career. And, as mentioned in my previous post, I am super motivated to raise awareness about Pathways to Safety International; securing press is the start. These are the very first two interviews where I got to talk about Pathways. So, they are particularly close to my heart. I thank both Lia Picard of 17th South and Phil Hudson and Tug Cowart, hosts of the 680 The Fan podcast Mind Your Business.

 

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