Girls Night Out
Ed Smart is the father of Elizabeth Smart, who was abducted on June 5th, 2002, and miraculously rescued nine months later. Smart said, “Her captors got Elizabeth to this mind set that she believed that if she did anything they didn’t want her to do that they would come and kill her family. We want all of theses people that have been victimized to be survivors. We want them to find their dreams and find that new hope in life. Manipulation is what controls them.” Ed Smart has become a national safety advocate for young women and children.
Stephanie May Wilson is a blogger, speaker and best friend writing about friendship, faith, relationships, and self-confidence. She believes in the healing power of a great cup of coffee, real-talk with best friends, and that even a random Tuesday is perfect for a champagne toast. Check out her first book, The Lipstick Gospel, which is the story of finding God in heartbreak, the Sistine Chapel, and the perfect cappuccino.
Dr. Teresa Baker has a passion for women’s health and is an expert in the sexual health and safety of young women. She has a combined private and academic OB/GYN practice with the University Physicians at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in Amarillo.
Catie Wiedenhofer is a National R.A.D. Women Instructor. She is very active in creating and implementing partnerships to promote safety on college campuses.
The event is free and open to all college students, faculty, and staff at Angelo State University and Howard College, as well as women stationed at Goodfellow Air Force Base.