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- Overcoming Adversity
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Lovern J. Gordon Founder and President of Love Life Now Foundation, Inc.
Lovern is an engaging and charismatic presenter and educator. She provided an awareness workshop for our Court Appointed Special Advocates and was able to quickly create a safe and welcoming environment. It was powerful to witness a diverse group of individuals put down their guard and reflect on the fact that Domestic Violence has no racial or class boundaries. Lovern is a dynamic, authentic and inspiring woman. Boston CASA is grateful for her contribution and commitment to address social justice issues affecting our communities.
Thank you for bringing a higher level of Domestic Violence Awareness to our WIC staff today through your professional knowledge and personal experience! Staff was truly moved through your presentation surrounding the issue of domestic violence and learned important information that will help them reach participants that could be facing domestic violence.
Our collective THANKS for your wonderful presentation yesterday!!! I had people coming by my office all afternoon and again this morning talking about the program and how powerful they felt it was! You are an amazing speaker. We were so pleased by the full day of awareness.
Lovern: It was such a pleasure to have you in class as a presenter. The students learned a lot from you. Looking forward to furthering projects surrounding the issue of domestic violence awareness.
Thank you so much again for coming and for all your help to prepare for D.V. Awareness Week! Everyone is still talking about how remarkable you are and how much we valued your presentation and transparency.
We were honored to have you speak Lovern, you are a star!
Lovern: Thank you very much for coming and speaking with our International Chinese Exchange Students today. Your story is one that is very moving and needs to be told. I know it made an impact on our students. Knowing there are people who can help them is important, whether they are victims themselves or they witness an abusive situation. We will debrief in our classes and also remind students that by listening, learning and becoming more aware, they can also be agents of change.
Lovern, I just wanted to say thank you for all the amazing resources and presentation you shared with our attendees on domestic violence awareness. I am incredibly grateful that you were available to connect with the Suffolk University audience to talk about your experiences, to see your passion and to learn more about your amazing work!