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Michelle Jewsbury

Michelle Jewsbury

The David Chow Humanitarian 2019 Award

Michelle Jewsbury was born in Sandpoint Idaho. She is an American Actress, Author, and Humanitarian. She is known for her acclaimed one-person show “But I Love Him”, which is now being turned into a memoir about her personal experience in an abusive relationship. She is a crusader against Domestic Violence and is a spokesperson and advocate for Domestic Violence survivors. She is CEO/Founder of Unsilenced Voices, a non-profit organization focused on eradicating domestic abuse and sexual gender-based violence worldwide. She has been interviewed on major networks and was recently seen on TradioV, interviewed on CalCoast news, and featured in The Collaborative Post. She wrote, produced and performed a critically acclaimed play to a nearly sold out audience based on her experience with domestic violence in 2016. She has traveled to over ten countries encouraging individuals to overcome their past to achieve success in their future. She has been speaking and coaching internationally for over three years. Michelle has partnered with Young Vision Africa as head of public relations, and is helping YVA grow in strength and influence. Michelle has been to five continents as an advocate for the less fortunate. She does all of because she is passionate about using her natural talents to make the world a better place.

Michelle is a trusted, essential asset to millions worldwide, coaching and empowering people who have experienced extreme difficulties and unforeseen circumstances. Her passion is to empower, encourage, and enlighten individuals to create massive success in business and personal relationships and to develop essential lifelong skills to overcome obstacles so they can impact the world. She has a very successful background in sales and marketing and has spent over ten years collaborating with successful business owners increasing sales, productivity, and overall success. She in an innovator with a remarkable ability to use her story to help others navigate through life.