Officer Involved Domestic Violence and Domestic Violence are topics that Nanette brings out of the darkness and into the light. It is through speaking publicly and educating communities that an understanding of the complexities about this epidemic is achieved.
In addition to victims needing resources and assistance, often family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers are not sure where to turn, what to ask and how to support someone experiencing abuse. In addition to reaching out to Nanette, a variety of resources are available on this site.
Born in Detroit, MI, and raised in Des Moines, IA, Nanette moved to Denver, CO in 1996 for a change of scenery and new life experiences. In 2015, she met a man and her life changed. A survivor of a verbally and psychologically abusive relationship with a law enforcement officer, Nanette’s passion is educating the public about domestic abuse via her personal story.
What is the Courage Corner?
Nanette’s programming is designed to educate communities about the complexities of domestic abuse and various forms of violence.
The platforms are designed to educate about:
Early warning signs that a relationship is toxic and abusive
Resources for victims, friends, family, and co-workers.
The prevalence of domestic abuse inflicted in our society
Officer Involved Domestic Violence
The various types of abuse under the umbrella of domestic abuse
Why abusive personalities inflict harm