Assault and Sexual Abuse – How to Know a Predator
America is riveted by new revelations about Bill Cosby. Most predators don’t look like predators, says Elaine Williams, a NJ assault expert and sexual abuse survivor. She’ll help your audience figure out who they can trust and who they cannot.
In her columns in the Huffington Post and in her speeches at college campuses and high schools across the country, the New Jersey resident uses her comedic talents to engage audiences, and discover that the way to your heart is NOT through your stomach; and that happiness is not found in a bottle. With humor, she addresses why so many students struggle and offers solutions for breaking bad habits now before it’s too late.
She will educate and entertain your readers/listeners/viewers with humorous anecdotes and biting zingers that inform and amuse as she addresses these important issues:
Sexual Abuse Expert Elaine Williams Offers Tips to Prevent Rape on Campus
BLOOMFIELD, N.J., /PRNewswire/ — As college students head back to school, they might put themselves in danger of being sexually assaulted by people they know, like and trust, said Elaine Williams, a popular speaker on the college circuit who helps protect women from sexual assaults.
“There’s an epidemic of sexual assault on college campuses. As freshmen get more comfortable with their college life and routines, they are distracted by so many new stresses and don’t pay attention to safety practices,” said Williams, a sexual abuse survivor whose inspiring and soul-baring story of food, drug, and alcohol addiction is as educational as it is entertaining.
She warns that rapists don’t look like monsters.
“Predators can look and seem like nice, sweet guys. Many are very charismatic and great actors. They target freshmen, and transfer students who are new, shy, and nervous,” said Williams, author of “Stop the Madness.” “But women need to think about how to protect themselves because the rapists don’t act the way women think they would.”