Nancy is a gifted speaker who engages her audience with her devotion to advocating against domestic violence. Her presentations are compelling, meaningful and ultimately unforgettable. Nancy speaks on a wide range of domestic violence related topics. Some of her talks include …
Victory Over Violence…Nancy shares her story and talks about how her cultural background affected the choices she made which led to the abuse she endured. Nancy openly talks about the fears she lived with and describes the “reign of terror” that was inflicted upon her when she left her abuser. She describes in compelling detail how she narrowly escaped being murdered by her abuser. But her talk does not end there as Nancy goes on to describe how she went from victim to survivor and ultimately thrived… After this talk many women have told Nancy “Your story could be my story”.
Prince Charming Has Left The Building…Nancy is a staunch advocate that all women need to be financially literate. According to Nancy “Financial Literacy is as important as knowing how to use a fork and knife”. Nancy relates how she was financially abused and the steps she took to obtain financial independence and the importance financial literacy is for all women.
Networking to Create The Life You Deserve…Nancy talks about how her husband kept her isolated from friends and family and how she had to build a life herself. She left him when she was thirty-nine years old and had never lived an independent day in her life.Nancy describes the steps she took to create a circle of friends and what others can do to create a life for themselves after abuse.
Domestic Violence Goes To Work… It is reported that 21% of full-time employees report being victims of domestic violence. This does not take into account the percentage of employees who do not report their victimization. What’s worse is that 71% of employers do not have a reactionary policy set in place for such cases. Nancy shares factual stories of employers who have not had policies in place and the effects it had on their company. She also shares ways in which employers can create a safer workplace for all employees.