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Melissa Moore  

Emmy-nominated Crime Correspondent with the Dr. Oz Show, Executive Producer and host of Lifetime network’s “Monster In My Family," Best-Selling Author of "WHOLE: A Guide to Self-Repair", Domestic Abuse Prevention Advocate

Melissa G. Moore is the daughter of Keith Hunter Jesperson, a man infamously known as the Happy Face serial killer. Melissa's intuition and courage forged a drive within her to create a new way of life-one rich with contribution and full of meaning. As a national best selling author and international speaker, she shares a dynamic message of having the courage to shine through adversity and the unlimited power of choice in our lives.

Melissa Moore has developed an expertise on domestic and dating abuse through her personal experiences of living in a home with domestic violence as well as being a victim of dating abuse. By using tact and compelling stories of real life examples Moore provides insight, strength and encouragement as well as hope to women who blame themselves.

Moore has been sought out as a positive example of how we do not have to be products of our circumstances. Melissa is a firm believer that we have the power within ourselves to rise above our past and create the life we choose.

Melissa Moore has been featured on Oprah, Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, Fox News, People, In Touch Magazine, Woman Magazine (UK), Marie Claire (South Africa) and Unusual Suspects (Discovery Network). Additionally, there will be a book film and a made for TV movie and additional 2010 television commitments.

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The Courage to Change: Defining your Personal Value and Life Purpose

Leave Your Legacy: Healthy Families Start With You

When Love Hurts: Understanding Dating Violence and Domestic Abuse

Shattered Silence: Breaking Free from Domestic Abuse

Through her fascinating story, inspirational speaker Melissa Moore shares her personal journey of surviving a childhood of domestic violence and child abuse. She recounts the defining moments that built resiliency within her as well as provided the courage she needed to create a way out. Audiences will discover the destructive grip domestic violence inflicts and the strength required to break free.

When Love Hurts: Recognizing Relationship Abuse

This keynote places focus on the warning signs and symptoms of relationship abuse. Keynote speaker Melissa Moore shares her story of recovering from partner violence and what empowered bystanders can do to support at-risk women and teens.

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