Dave teaches churches how to be safer for children, provides guidance for fellow survivors, and educates the community through
Linda’s professional background incorporates Education, Insurance, and is currently a Chemical Dependency Technician. Her experience with children and assisting clients with their future has more than prepared her for the work she does with Together We Heal.
A native of Tucker, Georgia and graduate of Georgia State University. Stephen and his wife, Margaret, live in Dacula, Georgia. They have 4 children, Andy, Ty, Jessica and Issac. Stephen serves as an usher at 12Stone church.
Michelle is the owner of Lens & Lines Studio, as well as, Lighthouse Business & Risk Solutions. She is a child of a sexual abuse survivor and can personally attest to the effects abuse has on others in your life. Her desire is to see those who have been abused receive help to begin the healing process.
Jeff volunteered to help create an identity for the group with its logo design. The vision for the logo Jeff conveys is evidence of his passion for details.
Rachel is the owner and founder of Rachel Grant Coaching and is a Sexual Abuse Recovery Coach. She works with survivors of childhood sexual abuse who are beyond sick and tired of feeling broken, unfixable, and burdened by the past.
Rachel holds an M.A. in Counseling Psychology. She provides a compassionate and challenging approach for her clients while using coaching as opposed to therapeutic models. She is a member of the International Coach Federation & San Francisco Coaches.
Yvonne is an entrepreneur and has created Talk of the Town PR not only to offer online marketing and public relations but also as a platform to share her own and others stories of hope. She writes articles pertaining to networking, social media, inspiration and the importance of learning from and sharing others stories as well as her own.
Yvonne was born in Philadelphia, spent most of her childhood in Las Vegas, NV and then returned to the east coast after the passing of her mother. She went into the foster care system as a result of her father’s sexual abuse. After getting herself emancipated, she attended York College of York, PA and is a staunch advocate for suicide prevention, child sexual abuse and human trafficking.
Peppy attended St. Thomas University School of Law and Nova Southeastern Masters in Criminal Justice Administration. She is employed with The State of Florida. At current, she advocates for adjudicated dependent minors in court and specifically those who are victims of domestic sex trafficking. Her post-graduate degrees include a Masters of Laws and a Masters of Human Services, Child Protective Services, she holds several certifications including being a certified Guardian ad Litem, Family Mediator and a certified Legal Professional in Human Trafficking. Assisting survivors of CSA is very important to Peppy because as a professional who, for more than five years, has worked and advocated for victims of abuse and maltreatment, she has watched the systemic breakdown in life and development in many children and their families when they find themselves victims of sexual abuse and because she see the results, she feels she must be part of the healing process.