We Should Talk About Women's Safety Awareness and Why It's Not Just a Woman's Issue with Women's Safety Instructor, Meredith Moore
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April is Sexual Violence Awareness Month, and so The Two Jess(es) think it's time for a conversation about Women's safety and how it is absolutely NOT a woman's issue, it's a human right's issue, and Meredith Moore of Greylake Training Solutions is here to educate us all on this crucial issue. And her education approach is for EVERYONE.  She works to arm women with situational awareness and intuition skills that will empower them to protect themselves in a way that enables them detect subtle cues that help them assess behaviors and situations, ultimately trusting their intuition.

This is an episode every person should make time to listen to. And while the focus is on women's safety, this conversation is a deep dive into how we trust our intuition, how we get to really know it- and Jess B shares a very personal story about her experience of shutting off her intuition and how it changed her life.

To Register for Meredith's Awareness Training click here and use the code WESTAT2021 for  25% off:  https://academy.globalguardian.com/courses/womens-safety-awareness

Meet Meredith!
Meredith Moore, Founder and CEO of Greylake Training Solutions, has been teaching women's security awareness training for eight years. Meredith led women's security programs in her previous positions in the corporate security departments at the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and through her consulting firm, which she founded in 2018. She was also a member of the United Nation's working group on women's security awareness training and has personally taught over 1000 women safety skills
throughout her career, and she's just getting started. At the end of this month, Greylake is partnering with Global Guardian to launch an online women's security awareness training.

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