Aug. 10, 2022

That Thing About The Set Me Free Project, Sex Trafficking, Domestic Violence - a Way Out


In his episode: How do you overcome parent abandonment, eating disorders, alcoholism, domestic and sexual violence? We have a conversation with a woman that experienced all of that and through determination, faith, and resilience she was able to create an environment dedicated to helping those individuals that are victims of sex trafficking and domestic violence, and we’re going to give you the tools to escape those circumstances. I’m your host Michael Herst welcome to One More Thing Before You Go

My guest in this episode is Stephanie Olson  she is a speaker, an author, and the Chief Executive Officer of The Set Me Free Project, a prevention education organization on human trafficking, social media safety, and healthy relationships. She is on a mission to share that each person has an intrinsic value that cannot be changed. Living with years of parent abandonment, eating disorders, alcoholism, domestic and sexual violence, she overcame through determination, faith, and resilience and she turned her trauma into triumph. As the co-founder of The Set Me Free Project, Stephanie has been able to grow a nonprofit from nothing to bringing prevention to thousands of youths teaching them that they have an intrinsic value that no one can change and is the host of the Being Resilient Podcast. ( disclaimer; this discussion deals with sex and human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual violence, alcoholism, drug addiction, and rape. Viewer and or listener discretion is advised for anyone under the age of 18 years old.)

Find out more and how to contact Stephanie visit: https://www.setmefreeproject.net/
https://www.stephanieolson.com/

 

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Stephanie Olson

Speaker/CEO

Stephanie Olson is a speaker, an author, and the Chief Executive Officer of The Set Me Free Project, a prevention education organization on human trafficking, social media safety, and healthy relationships.

Stephanie has a mission to share that each person has an intrinsic value that can not be changed. Her work on teaching resilience in life and leadership has inspired people across the United States. In her conversational and humorous style, Stephanie will inspire and empower.

Living with years of parent abandonment, eating disorders, alcoholism, and domestic and sexual violence, she overcame through determination, faith, and resilience. She turned her trauma into triumph.

Now, a sought after speaker, Stephanie runs a successful nonprofit organization and loves to speak to audiences of all kinds (faith-based and non) inspiring, encouraging, and bringing hope everywhere she speaks.