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Mildred Muhammad, Ex-spouse of DC Sniper, To Deliver Keynote Speech; Her First in Charles County, MD
The Center for Abused Persons celebrates their 35th Anniversary benefiting the cause of domestic violence, domestic abuse and child sexual assault. Charles County resident and fallen officer Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin to be honored
Ms. Muhammad will be the keynote speaker for the Center For Abused Persons' (CAPS) 35th Anniversary Gala on Friday, October 26, 2018. It will be held at the Waldorf Jaycees Community Center, 3090 Crain Highway, Waldorf, Maryland from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. and include a buffet dinner. The cost is $50 per ticket and helps CAPS to continue its vital mission and expand its direct services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and aid others, in crisis, in Maryland. This is the first time that Ms. Muhammad will speak in Charles County, Maryland. When asked how her message will impact those in attendance, Ms. Muhammad responded.
"During this milestone event, I will bring awareness to 80% of victims who do not have physical scars and inform those in attendance of the direct services offered by the Center for Abused Persons that play a critical role in the lives of victims and survivors of abuse."
The event themed "From Victim to Victor" is sponsored in part by Waldorf Jaycees, the Charles County Sheriff Department, Sagepoint Senior Living, Waldorf Sakura and other local businesses. The Master of Ceremonies is Actor Lamont Easter. The Mistress of Ceremonies is Renee Allen.
Over the past 16 years, Ms. Muhammad has journeyed the globe revealing the details about the abuse and horrors that impacted her life and that of her three children at the helm of John Allen Muhammad. Ms. Muhummad was one of six authors chosen to participate in the 2018 Give Voice To Women Through The Arts program for the World Academy For The Future of Women earlier this year. She was to travel to The Sias International University, China, from March 20, 2018, until April 24, 2018, to educate women on how to use their voice through words. In an exclusive request by the World Academy, her experience was to include travel to Beijing to tell her story at the Embassy of Beijing and U.N. Beijing. To her impact, the Consulate of China denied her Visa.
To learn more about Mildred Muhammad, visit www.mildredmuhammad.com. For interviews, speaking inquiries and partnerships, contact Alecia Jones, publicist, at email@example.com and (240) 630-2691. For more information about the Center for Abused Persons and to attend their 35th Anniversary, please visit https://www.centerforabusedpersonscharlescounty.org/
ABOUT Mildred D. Muhammad - an Award-Winning Global Keynote Speaker, Speaker for the U.S. Department of State, Certified Consultant with The Office On Victims of Crime, CNN Contributor, Domestic Abuse Survivor, Humanitarian, five-time Author, Certified Domestic Violence Advocate Trainer and Educator. Mildred is an authority in advancing domestic violence and domestic abuse awareness conversations and education at military installations in the U.S. and abroad, at corporations, and audiences of women- and girl-serving organizations. Publications include I'm Still Standing: Crawling Out of the Darkness Into The Light (https://www.amazon.com/
ABOUT The Center for Abused Persons (CAP) - a private non-profit agency dedicated to reducing the prevalence and impact of interpersonal violence within Charles County. CAP offers a broad range of direct services that aim to support adults and adolescents affected by intimate partner violence, sexual assault, and/or childhood sexual abuse. Services include a 24-hour crisis hotline, individual counseling, victim advocacy, support groups, abuse intervention programming, and community education. Each year, it serves approximately 400 victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Annette Gilbert-Jackson, Executive Director.
Page Updated Last on: Oct 09, 2018