Episode 155: Surviving Childhood Abuse and Trauma, Working in Law Enforcement, and Empowering Other Survivors to Find Healing and Hope

Shannon Miller-Cox is a survivor, former law enforcement officer, and founder and Executive Director of Journey of Hope, Shannon joins the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to share her own incredible story of survival and how she founder her voice and her purpose, and to talk about the amazing work she does with Journey of Hope to help other survivors. 

Journey of Hope is a nonprofit that supports and empowers previously harmed women and girls. Journey of Hope works with woman and girls experiencing homelessness, others struggling with addiction, incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women, survivors of sexual abuse and trauma, survivors of human trafficking, and so many others. Shannon uses her own experiences in life and work in law enforcement to build a strong, supportive community for these women and girls – to help them find hope, healing, and purpose. 

In this episode, you’ll hear: 

  • Shannon’s powerful and inspiring life story;
  • Why Shannon decided to get into law enforcement and how her work (and her own personal life) led her to what she’s doing now;
  • How Shannon decided to start Journey of Hope and how they have been helping survivors of human trafficking, abuse, and trauma
  • And so much more. 

For more information on Journey of Hope, please visit the Journey of Hope website.

The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, YouTube, iHeartRadio, and everywhere you listen to podcasts. 

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Episode 216: St. Francis Ministries and St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf in Uganda – Rannah

This week on The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast we welcome our friend Rannah to the show, founder of St. Francis Ministries + the St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf in Uganda. You may be familiar with Rannah and her work because we’ve covered her through the years, but this is a powerful, inspiring, and in-depth look into how Rannah decided to go to Uganda and how St. Francis Ministries and the St. Francis de Sales School for the Deaf in Uganda came to be. 

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