Dr. Wendy Walsh Named Celebrity Spokesperson of The National Domestic Violence Hotline

ndvh_bubbleFor Immediate Release: Celebrities Gather to End Domestic Violence

OJ Simpson Prosecutor Marcia Clark, Academy Award Winner Marcia Gay Harden and The National Domestic Violence Hotline CEO, Katie Ray Jones, among women speaking at the “Women of Influence, Cocktail and Conversation” event in Santa Monica this Thursday, Nov.6th. At the event Dr. Wendy Walsh will be named celebrity spokesperson for The Hotline. A panel discussion will look at DV from OJ Simpson, to Chris Brown, to Ray Rice and the NFL’s recent donation to The Hotline.

Tickets and Media Inquires: Cameka Crawford, NDVH CCO, ccrawford@ndvh.org 

WHAT: Los Angeles, Women of Influence Cocktails and Conversation, (Party and panel discussion)

WHEN: Thursday, November 6th, 7:00 pm

WHERE: KidsInTheHouse.com, 1453 14th Street, Santa Monica, CA, 90404

WHO:   Dr. Wendy Walsh, America’s Relationship Expert, Katie Ray-Jones, CEO, The National Domestic Violence Hotline, Marcia Clark, Author and former OJ Simpson Prosecutor, Shannon Humphrey, President, LA Black Women’s Lawyer Association, Marcia Gay Harden, Activist and Academy Award Winning Actress, Kandee Lewis, Executive Director of the Positive Results Corporation, Leanna Greene, CEO, KidsInTheHouse.com and many more.

SPONSORS: Retrouvé Luxury Skin Care, Lorimar Vineyard and Winery, Adam Corolla’s Mangria, KidsInTheHouse.com, and Lawrence Adamo, Summit Financial.

TICKETS AND MEDIA INQUIRIES: Cameka Crawford, CCO, The National Domestic Violence Hotline ccrawford@ndvh.org




One thought on “Dr. Wendy Walsh Named Celebrity Spokesperson of The National Domestic Violence Hotline

  1. Congratulations on taking on the spokeperson for a life line for those involved in Domestic Abuse, via the recent sad cases that have mared the image of the NFL! The dicotomy that is your challenge is that U. S. society will choose to embrace such a spokesperson for supporting people in need of help involved in domestic violence with the expectation that the person looking for is an adult that has the right to advocate for themselves regarless if they can. For those abused within the confines of private home life who are minors, who experience occasional corporal punishment, not socially viewed as abuse, will have no ability, by legal right, to reach out to a hotline. This is your challenge, and I commend you in your skill to answer this dilema! Wish you the best sucess!

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