Survivor Of Christmas Day House Fire To Deliver Keynote At National Convention On Hope

Open to the public, national speakers aim to open the dialogue on grief, healing and hope
Madonna Badger to deliver national keynote open to public
Madonna Badger to deliver national keynote open to public
INDIANAPOLIS - Feb. 24, 2015 - PRLog -- Madonna Badger, a Connecticut advertising agency owner who lost three young daughters and both parents in a Christmas morning house fire in 2011, will give a keynote speech open to the public at the National Grief & Hope Convention 2015, on Friday, April 17, 2015, at the JW Marriott Grand Ballroom in Indianapolis.

In the early morning hours of December 25, 2011, the family home in Stamford, Connecticut caught fire.  Unable to save her family, Badger’s parents and her three young daughters, 9-year-old Lily, and 7-year-old twins Sarah and Grace, perished in the fire.  Badger and then boyfriend Mike Borcina were the only survivors.

Following her keynote in session two in which she’ll speak on loss and finding healing and hope in the aftermath, Badger will then take the stage in session three for an open conversation in which the audience is invited to ask questions.

Other notable speakers include Martin Luther King's daughter, Trayvon Martin's mother, and Heaven is for Real's Pastor Burpo.

Open to the public, tickets are $35 per session and available at


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