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In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month, CACC was honored to host 
A Conversation with Jenna Quinn of Jenna's Law: A Survivor's Perspective.

In this intimate event, Jenna Quinn shared her own personal survivor story, the dynamics that led to abuse, and what she believes could have prevented it. One of the best ways for adults to protect children and youth from sexual abuse is to learn about the grooming involved in this type of abuse. If you have children in your life, this event is a can't miss opportunity to learn ways to make our communities safer for all children and youth. CACC hopes that you will share this information with the adults in your life.  

In the discussion, Jenna Quinn references It's Not Just Jenna, the documentary about her experience. We encourage you to view the short, 30-minute film before watching the recording of Jenna Quinn's discussion. You can find the video here:

This video is available through June 2022. 

About Jenna Quinn: 

Jenna Quinn is a triumphant survivor of child sexual abuse and has become a valiant warrior against the sexual abuse of children and youth.

She has pioneered the national child sexual abuse prevention movement since 2004. She is also the author of Pure In Heart, a TED speaker, and the namesake of Jenna’s Law.

With a Master’s Degree in Communications, Jenna has reached international audiences, educating and sharing her inspiring story with legislatures, law enforcement, abuse prevention groups, schools, communities of faith, nonprofit organizations, and the general public delivering over 500 speeches.

Her story has been featured in both local and international radio, television, and news programs including Glamour Magazine, CBN, FOX News, CNN, and our United States Senate. She is a wife and a mother and lives with her family in the Dallas, Texas area.

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