Join us for an inspiring and informative one-hour interview with Gemma Serenity, Founder and CEO of the Global Network of Success, Domestic Violence Advocate, and Host of the Real Talk, Real Women: Breaking the Silence Around Abuse Podcast.
Gemma is a distinguished award-winning entrepreneur and a lifelong advocate for survivors of abuse.
About the Podcast
The Real Talk, Real Women: Breaking the Silence Around Abuse is on a mission to shatter the silence surrounding abusive and toxic relationships. Our goal is to empower individuals who may be hiding in plain sight, helping them recognize the signs of abuse, find their voice, and break free.
October marks the beginning of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, making this conversation with Gemma Serenity even more significant. This event will kick off a month of advocacy and education, providing valuable insights into the importance of breaking the silence on abuse.
What to Expect:
An engaging and empowering conversation with Gemma Serenity
Gemma's personal journey and her commitment to ending domestic violence
Insights on recognizing abuse, finding your voice, and seeking help
Real-life stories of resilience and transformation
Expert advice on personal development and empowerment
Join us at Podbean in raising awareness at the start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Gain valuable insights into recognizing and addressing abuse
Be inspired by Gemma Serenity's empowering journey and expertise
Connect with a supportive community dedicated to breaking the silence
Learn how to transform your life and step into the energy of success
About Gemma Serenity
Gemma Serenity is an accomplished entrepreneur with a stellar educational background from prestigious institutions such as MIT, NYU Mindfulness, and IMD Business School (ranked #1 for executive education by Financial Times for 12 consecutive years). With over 25 years of experience in leadership, negotiation, and personal development, Gemma has helped countless individuals discover their inner strength and achieve success. She is currently pursuing further studies at Kellogg Northwestern University, focusing on business and professional sales.
Don't miss this opportunity to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a transformative event. Secure your spot now and be part of this crucial conversation.
If you or a loved one is experiencing Domestic Violence, call the National Helpline (US) at 1−800−799−SAFE(7233) or TTY 1−800−787−3224, or Text "START" to 88788.