Your Voice speaks with Dr. Sara Metz, a public safety psychologist. Dr. Metz discusses post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and the effects on women and children. Your Voice dives into childhood trauma and the measures...
About Your Voice
Melissa Moore is a radio veteran having been on stations in Denver, Orlando, Minneapolis and a syndicated show in over a hundred cities and 7 countries. Melissa has won Colorado Broadcaster Awards and is currently hosting Middays on KOSI 101.1 and Mile High Magazine for Bonneville. Melissa is also a well-known blogger with Single Mom Sass and Moore 4 Love where she writes about relationships and her life as a single mother. Melissa is passionate about empowering women to live their best life. Melissa is also the owner of Melissa Moore Media.
Melissa Faith Hart is an overcomer by nature! She believes in a life philosophy whereby one becomes a victor over victimization, which can ultimately lead to becoming a visionary. Melissa overcame child molestation and two occurrences of rape. Rather than being embittered, she became impassioned to create change and disrupt the cycles of domestic violence and sexual assaults. During a successful 17-year corporate career, Melissa focused on integrating technological innovations within the Criminal Justice system. She helped create the first fully automated eDiscovery system in the state of Colorado. Along with her current executive team, she brought to market eBodyGuard – the first FBI Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS), voice enabled personal safety and wellness app. eBodyGuard provides evidence in court for victims of domestic violence and sex assault at the origination of the crime. With the expertise of her team, justice enhancement can be experienced for victims and to the defense, thus truly addressing the “he said/she said” conflict throughout the Court Process. Melissa’s personal journey was anything but simple. In this podcast, she bravely speaks about life’s twists and turns without the shadow of shame from former traumas. By sharing her truth, Melissa hopes to empower others so they can be FREE to find their own “brave” and go from victim to victor to visionary.
Domestic Violence Resources
The National Domestic Violence Hotline number is 1-800-799-7233, or visit https://www.thehotline.org/