Jessica Green Brown

Jessica Green Brown is a licensed social worker with a pre apprenticeship certification in manufacturing and apprenticeship certifications in energy auditing.

Before you became the business titan you are today, enlighten us about the thrilling adventures of your pre-business life.

I am an extreme adversity and abuse survivor and overcomer with a legal disability and everything I have accomplished has been despite it.

Could you elaborate on the nature of your initiative/ business/current role, highlighting its purpose and the ways it benefits people?

i share my story overview to encourage and empower others who experience sexual abuse and assault to share their experiences and address the bias and stigma surrounding the subject matter of sexual violence and domestic abuse. 

What has been the response of the users/consumers towards your venture?

I have been a featured guest speaker in podcasts, videos, blog series, and radio shows shared and broadcasted publicly.

Having a strong support system is essential for your well-being. We would love to know who your biggest supporter is. Share with us and let’s celebrate the amazing people in our lives who make a positive impact.

I have many from throughout my life past and current who have contributed substantially to my ability to be resilient, overcome and rise above the adversities I have.

As a young woman entrepreneur, what changes do you hope to see in the world and what opportunities are you seeking?

while im not sure im an entrepreneur i want my story to inspire and encourage sharing and healing decrease bias and stigma in regard to sexual abuse and empower people to share their experiences and stop the silence that shields the abuse and allows it to perpetuate. i also want to recognize those beautiful kind hearted souls who helped me and shared their heart when they owed me nothing. i just want to help others. if my story helps even just one other person for me everything i went through is worth it to me. that’s what i chose for my closure to thank everyone who helped me by paying it forward through sharing my story.

Women now stand shoulder-to-shoulder with men in the workplace, breaking through glass ceilings to reach the top. What are your thoughts on women’s leadership today?

There are many advances that need to be made in regard to women being in leadership positions. more progress needs to be made.

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