Jessica Nicely is a passionate advocate for child abuse prevention, awareness and treatment. A survivor herself, Jessica founded her own non-profit 501c3, Winged Hope Family Advocacy Foundation in January 2013.
Dedicated to serving victims of family violence and trauma, since it’s inception Winged Hope has provided direct services or training to over 55,000 people around the state of Arizona. Winged Hope was the Recipient of the Arizona Attorney General's 2018 Arizona Crime Victims' Rights Week Award for their work with victims of violence.
A graduate of Arizona State University, Jessica's memoir All My Friends Are Zeros: My Secret to Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences is available at all online booksellers.
Jessica is the recipient of the Beth McDonald Woman of the Year Award for 2019 and the Positive Paths East Valley Woman of the Year Award for 2020.
For 26 years, listeners in schools, conferences, law enforcement and more have been inspired by Jessica’s journey of resiliency and hope, shared with the goal of impacting survivors of family violence and trauma worldwide.