Ask Stephanie Olson To Speak At Your Event
Stephanie Olson is an inspiring, engaging speaker that will captivate your audience no matter your event. Whether you are looking for a speaker to inspire your workforce, nonprofit team, or a women’s event, Stephanie won’t disappoint.
As a speaker for your professional events, you can engage your team with both knowledge and humor by a gifted speaker who has “been there.” In her conversational and humorous style, Stephanie will inspire and empower.
Her heart for women led her to work in the area of fighting human trafficking. After learning about the horrors of human trafficking, Stephanie joined the fight. As she was made aware of the lack of education and awareness in the United States on the subject of trafficking, she became determined to fill that need. She learned very quickly that when we raise awareness on the subject of human trafficking, traffickers lose their power.
After starting, and running, two nonprofits, Stephanie has learned the importance of collaboration, not competition in the nonprofit sector. Gaining an understanding of “what not to do,” she desires to help others in the nonprofit sector be successful and make a difference.
Stephanie now speaks all over the United States, educates the masses (men, women, and youth) on the dangers of human trafficking and social media safety, and shares the mission of the importance of collaboration.
In her straightforward yet humorous manner, Stephanie inspires, educates, and brings hope every where she speaks.
Would you like Stephanie Olson to speak at your event?
She can speak on topics such as: (See below for descriptions)
- Compassion begins when you cross the street
- Sex Trafficking in our community
- Collaboration or Conflict?
- Nonprofit management
- Parenting in today’s social media society
Stephanie Olson is a speaker, author, and the CEO/President of Set Me Free Project.
Stephanie has spent years speaking to, and encouraging, women on how to move from lives of defeat to lives of triumph. She had also been speaking to youth for several years on healthy relationships.
Her heart for women then led her to work in the area of fighting human trafficking. After learning about the horrors of human trafficking, Stephanie joined the fight. As she was made aware of the lack of education and awareness in the United States on the subject of trafficking, she became determined to fill that need.
Stephanie now runs the Set Me Free Project to help prevent youth and young adults from ever seeing the “dark” of trafficking. She speaks to women, youth, and families all over the United States on life issues and the dangers of human trafficking.
Stephanie is available to speak at schools, and parents, all over the country along with offering offer training to industries (ie: medical communities, truck stops, hotels/motels, pregnancy centers, educators, security personnel, and more) and leaders in the community that are interested in becoming educated on the subject of trafficking and on how to spot victims of human trafficking.
Parenting and Social Media
As parents, our number-one concern is our children. But in today’s world of social media and technology, do you know if your kids are truly safe? Did you know that there is a big problem with human trafficking in Nebraska? Did you know that our kids are vulnerable? Did you know that one of the biggest ways that traffickers and predators find their victims is through social media?
Stephanie Olson will discuss the real dangers surrounding human trafficking and share how we can keep our children safe on social media.
You will learn:
What human trafficking is.
How human trafficking puts your child at risk.
What the grooming process is.
What dangers are present on social-media sites and gaming platforms.
What apps are safe and what apps pose a threat.
What social-media acronyms parents must know.
You will be equipped with the information you need to keep your kids safe and help them understand their unique value.
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Contact Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (402) 521-3080.