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Kendall found her voice after childhood sexual abuse. And shares her experience from grooming to finding hope and healing. Author of “Brave Girl, Speak,” a blog dedicated to educating readers about childhood sexual abuse and its impacts on victims, the sex offender registries and how to navigate the legal system, and a personal look at the healing journey from trauma.
Ms. Wolz is currently working with legislators in NC to ensure that victims’ voices are honored within the legal system, especially in sex offender petition hearings. Ms. Wolz has provided presentations for local, state, and national groups on topics such as childhood trauma, sexual abuse, and human trafficking.
Ms. Kendall Wolz is a Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor and serves as Assistant Director of Baptist Friendship House, a transitional housing program for homeless women and children in New Orleans. She graduated from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in May 2018 with a MA Counseling specialization in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Ms. Wolz is a current Ph.D. student in the Counselor Education and Supervision Program at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.