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Meet the Founder

Emily Randall


As a survivor of sexual assault, Emily Randall was determined to create a safe space for fellow survivors to heal through sharing their story. She found liberation and power by sharing her own story to the masses. By simply using her voice to support and touch others, Emily became clear that this was her calling.


After going through the various ups and downs years following her assault, Emily developed a unique, personal approach to the support she extends to survivors. Coming from a place of love, understanding and experience, Emily appreciates the process of growing out of the victim mindset and owning that she is a triumphant survivor.

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Emily was featured on ELLE.com as part of the #SurvivorLoveLetter Project where she read a love letter she wrote to survivors around the world. She was also a guest speaker at the Crisis Text Line to discuss various ways to support survivors that text the hotline. Additionally, she was a guest speaker survivor at the Mount Sinai Sexual Assault & Violence Intervention Program (SAVI) Advocates Training Program. These are just a few opportunities that became the beaming light through a dark,
traumatic occurrence.


Expect compassionate and inspiring, yet bold words to be said by Emily to allow others to freely be themselves around her. She’s not afraid to share her truth regardless of what others may think. Emily is a risk-taking, powerful,
urgent leader ready to heal and liberate sexual violence survivors. 

You are not alone.


Turn your pain into power and beauty. Thrive with The Power of Your Voice.

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