Hard topics made simple with actionable ideas.

When Elizabeth steps on stage, she often surprises the audience by talking about challenging topics in an inspiring , empowered way. She speaks on a range of topics related to how past abuse affects women's health and wellness including:

  • "When Breast Isn't Best: Challenges in Breastfeeding for Sexual Abuse Survivors"
  • "Beyond Intimacy Issues: How Sexual Abuse Affects Women Across a Lifetime"
  • Helping Professionals Use A Trauma-Informed Lens to More Effectively Reach Abuse Survivors

Audiences gain fresh perspectives, new information and actionable ideas that they can immediately use in their own work.

I had previously heard Elizabeth discuss the topic of rape and survivorship, and was so impressed that I invited her to be a faculty member for our Labor & Birth conference. Elizabeth eloquently examines the role of nurses and other professionals when caring for women in this vulnerable state of life. In addition, she is a fluid presenter and able to field questions from participants. I can recommend her as a speaker due to both her subject knowledge and her passion.
— Mona Brown Ketner MSN, RN, C-EFM Nurse Educator Wake Forest School of Medicine

Recent Talks:

  • Granville Vance District Health Department, Oxford, NC November 2016
  • ICEA Annual Conference Denver, CO October 2016
  • North Carolina Sexual Health Conference Cary, NC August 21016
  • Labor and Birth Conference Hickory, NC June 2016
  • Women's Health Awareness Day Durham, NC April 2016
  • The Art of Breastfeeding Conference Chapel Hill, NC October 2015
  • The NC/SC Perinatal Conference Charlotte, NC September 2015