Found: Triumph Over Fear with Grace and Gratitude: The Michelle Corrao Story


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5.0 X 7.99 X 0.41 inches | 0.44 pounds

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About the Author

Michelle Corrao is a keynote speaker and compassionate advocate for victims of violent crimes. For eighteen years she served at Prevail, a victim awareness and support program, where she led the charge to create Central Indiana's first Sexual Assault Response Team (SART, ) focused on victim-centered, trauma-informed care. She is the recipient of the Special Courage Award, presented by the U.S. Attorney General (2010), and became first-ever recipient of the Distinguished Hoosier Award presented by Indiana Attorney General. Through Michelle's current role as Executive Director at The O'Connor House in Carmel, Indiana, she leads programs that provide women who are single, pregnant, and homeless with safe housing and opportunities to improve life for themselves and their children. Michelle speaks to audiences of influencers, first responders, medical professionals, military and law enforcement personnel, faith communities, and a broad scope of conferences and events aimed at creating stronger, safer communities.
Always evolving as a creative communicator, Emily is first and foremost a storyteller. Bringing a full spectrum of experiences to each new opportunity after twenty years as an executive writer in the music industry, she is now a business owner, bestselling author, podcaster, ghostwriter, and mentor to people seeking the skills and confidence to write their own stories. From business communication, books, and documentaries, Emily has a unique gift for blending both facts and more subjective truths across various mediums with clarity and warmth. Her words engage readers' minds as well as their souls. A scriptwriter for dozens of gold, platinum, and Billboard chart-topping videos, she is adept at building bridges and connecting people through well-crafted narratives. As a ghostwriter, she helps individuals find words to tell the stories they may otherwise not have the confidence or language to express. She has lent her voice to countless published works on the subjects of leadership, creativity, spirituality, relationships, hospitality, and personal growth. Emily and her husband, Scott, are cofounders of the Love Better movement and The Love Better Podcast ( Together they engage in conversations focused on the small daily decisions we each can make to create a safer, more loving world for every human being.