A Note from Tracy Schott, founder of Voices4Change and the director and producer of the documentary Finding Jenn''s Voice and Hope Katz Gibbs, publisher, Inkandescent Women magazine ? It is a privilege to introduce you to a powerful teacher in the fight to end domestic violence: Lisette Johnson. In October 2009, she was shot several times by her husband at close range. As her then 12 and 9-year-old children played nearby, he then turned the gun on himself and took his own life. Lisette has made it her mission to share her story so other women won''t suffer the same trauma. She''s raised her voice and touched thousands at conferences and universities around the country, including Homeland Security, TSA, and the US Navy. Lisette also has a powerful blog, ShamelessSurvivors.com, where she reaches and teaches people around the world. She has been featured in The Huffington Post, Washington Post, USA Today, Time, NBC, NPR The Takeaway, BBC, and the documentary Finding Jenn'?s Voice. She has also testified before Congress and the Virginia General Assembly and has been instrumental in championing legislation protecting women.