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EP. #3.4 – Human Trafficking

The women of Styling Social Justice sat down with Oil & Gas Executives and Human Trafficking advocates John Clark and Jennifer Hohman as well as Houston Police Department Commander Jim Dale to talk about Trauma Informed Care and what parents must do when a child goes missing to everything behind the scenes on the law enforcement side to what is needed for healing for victims. Such a powerful conversation with a very active panel. Thank you all for your time! Please share this one with parents everywhere.

Season 3, Episode 4    |    51min

Episode 3.15: Kirby Lindley Long

Meet Kirby, a 21 year old Texas Native, and Communications graduate from Texas A&M University. She recently got married this past December and now resides in New York City with her husband! Kirby started in acting and then made her way over to the modeling world at age 15. Kirby was Miss Texas Teen USA 2017 and made top 10 at Miss Teen USA. When you take all the glamour away, you can find Kirby making/editing YouTube videos, helping organize events on her husband’s ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, riding horses, hiking, reading Architectural Digest, working out, or simply soaking up the sunshine.

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Episode 3.10: Randi Rubenstein

Episode 3.10: Randi Rubenstein

We welcomed Randi Rubenstein this week, and she provided us with intuitive coaching life skills that can teach us how to better have productive conversations with our children. Anxiety looks different in kids as it does as in adults- and we have to find ways to let our kids feel safe without sugarcoating anything.
Knowledge is power when we’re not scared to discuss it.

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Episode 3.9: Jammy Kiggundu

Episode 3.9: Jammy Kiggundu

We had the pleasure of having Attorney Jammy Kiggundu as our guest and what a fountain of insight he was. From early on he knew he wanted to use his impactful voice to “help the little guy” – which he mentioned was the main reason he chose to go to law school!

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