Domestic Sex Trafficking
& Abuse Prevention Educator

As parents of a Sex Trafficked Survivor, we are dedicated to Ensuring
that you never have to put your head on your pillow with
Naivety being the reason someone you know or love got trafficked or abused. 

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Educate yourself to help protect your loved ones.

  • The 3 reasons our young people are becoming victims
  • What Domestic Sex Trafficking Really Looks like
    (Hint, it doesn’t look like the movie “Taken)
  • How big of a problem is Domestic Trafficking Locally / Globally
  • What are the Red Flags to indicate that your loved one might be getting trafficked
  • How and why a Trafficker makes it look like a regular relationship
  • Understand and Learn how to Teach Age-Appropriate CONSENT

“Lynda is an incredible presenter. Her willingness to be open and honest about her story creates a safe space for others to open their minds and understand how human trafficking can touch any family.  Every time I have heard her speak, it has been heartfelt and heartwarming.”

Jasminder- Gender Based Violence Prevention Expert

Regular Parenting Topics

Children are not a distraction from more important work.
They are the more important work

–    C.S. Lewis

Protecting from Abuse and Traffickers

“I have known Lynda for only the last few years, but I feel like I known her since my childhood.  I have rarely seen such a personality who has so much consideration and love for others. Her experiences of life and her ability to learn from everyone is remarkable. She is not fake!”
Ash Khan

“Lynda, I always appreciate your approach as you share your topics. You provide sound reasoning toward why you do or did what you did, yet you equally release the reader to do what they believe they need to do in their given situation or circumstance.”

Bernice Paige

I am a mom of 3 sons…two of them teenagers.  I could relate to so many things you said. There is no better feeling than knowing you’re not alone as a parent in so many situations. Your words give me strength as a mother to stay strong.

Michelle Troy