Everyone just needs somebody to believe in them, especially people who are lost.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) October 13, 2014
Very few people are as involved in the abolition of sex trafficking as Jenny Williamson. Williamson is the founder and CEO of Courage Worldwide, an international, non-profit organization dedicated to building homes around the world to house children who have been the victims of sex trafficking. Williamson, a member of Abolition International Shelter Association's advisory board, is featured in 'In Plain Sight', a documentary about hope and freedom for survivors of sex trafficking. On October 15 the film, on which Natalie Grant is narrator and Executive Producer, will premiere at the Crest Theatre in California.
Jenny Williamson is also excited to announce that her new book, 'Do You Have the Courage to be You?' is set to launch in April of 2015 with Next Century Publishing. The book’s title was the question that radically altered the trajectory of her life, launching her forward into the discovery of an incredible destiny. As she approached her fortieth birthday, Williamson felt stuck in a mediocre, comfortable life. Finding the courage to break forth into the unknown was her aim; she hopes to inspire all her readers to do the same.
Williamson believes that before one is born, they are planned for and created with a specific, unique purpose. If a person never does the thing they were created to do, that thing will never be done. Her journey led her to the work of sex trafficking and slavery abolition, and creating a safe place and family for the survivors who bear the scars from their experiences in the illegal sex trade. As a professionally trained life coach, Williamson knows that she can help others find the courage to live their unique, important purpose.
'In Plain Sight' will also have premieres in Baltimore, Little Rock, Houston, Dallas, and Nashville before being released to the public in January. For full, official details visit http://www.inplainsightfilm.com/ and http://www.inplainsightfilm.com/ and http://www.inplainsightfilm.com/premieres/.
Jenny Williamson is the Founder and CEO of Courage Worldwide, an international, non-profit organization that builds homes for children rescued out of sex trafficking around the world. With Courage Houses successfully open in Northern California and Tanzania, Africa, Jenny works tirelessly to see rescued children fully restored so they can then hear the life altering truth that they too were created on purpose for a purpose. Courage Houses are a place where they can discover their true identity and fulfill their destiny.
For her efforts and impact in the community, Jenny was awarded the FBI Director's 2010 Community Leadership Award, the 2011 Community Spirit Award by Sacramento's District Attorney, Jan Scully, the 2012 William Jessup University's prestigious Community Impact Award and she was invited to be part of the California Attorney General's Working Group on human trafficking. She was also part of Shared Hope International's Practitioners Working Group for their 2012 National Colloquium meeting in Washington, D.C. and a member of Abolition International Shelter Association's advisory board.
As a professionally- trained life coach and results-driven business leader, Jenny is known for her contagious energy, her motivational speeches, and her passion to change the world. She is an international speaker and has a passion to courageously be and do all God created her to - nothing more - but absolutely refusing to settle for less and encourages everyone she meets to do the same. She and her family live in Northern California, where she also acts as Chief Financial Officer of their family business. To book Jenny to speak at your next event complete the speaker request form at jennytwilliamson.com. You can also follow Jenny on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
For more information on the organization Jenny founded or to be one of the million somebodies that are going to build a 1000 homes in 100 countries in 10 years so hundreds of thousands of children can be rescued from the evil of sex trafficking go to courageworldwide.org