Recovery Revolution Live

Martha Duke of Recover outloud is a single mother and entrepreneur who found freedom, pride and peace through sobriety. After a lifetime of abuse at the hands of those who were supposed to love her; she changed the narrative and chose to shed the shame and stigma to become a sober mom and activist. Surviving childhood abuse, sexual assault, and domestic violence she leads by example in the fact we can recover. “I recover outloud so others know it is possible no matter what cards you’ve been dealt”.
Speaker, Author, and Coach. Nicole is a tenacious woman geared to helping high-achieving women claim their God-given power and destroy their self-destructive thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. Nicole has over 12 years of combined experiences in personal growth, and self-leadership development which helped her overcome childhood sexual abuse, binge eating, and break free from toxic relationships. She founded Kapow Media LLC in 2018 and recently became COO of She Rises Studios. Being a survivor of childhood trauma and escaping a fixed mindset, Nicole empowers and encourages women to become unstoppable, live unshakeable, and be unbreakable in life and business.
David Barnes is the owner of Broken Chains Apparel. The mission is to create inspirational designs to make you proud to have made it through addiction into recovery.
Our Inspiration:
Our products are inspired by our Friends, Family and Customers testimonies of Recovery. They are creative, high quality products that are designed especially for you. Discover our story and meet the people that make our brand what it is.
Giving Back:
Not only does Broken Chains Apparel want to be a retailer of custom recovery shirts, we want to help be an
advocate for addiction recovery. This is why we are giving 15% of sales back to a local Ministry, Tristan’s Haven. You can learn more about them on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TristansHaven2016
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Anna David is the New York Times bestselling author of two novels and six non- fiction books. She’s been published in the New York Times, Time, LA Times, Vanity Fair, Playboy, Vice, Cosmo, The Huffington Post, Buzzfeed and Salon, among many others, written about in Forbes, Martha Stewart Living, Entrepreneur, Allure and Women’s Health and has appeared repeatedly on Today, The Talk, Good Morning America and numerous other programs. She’s been a featured speaker at three different TedX events and her company, Legacy Launch Pad, writes and publishes books for thought leaders. Legacy Launch Pad recently re-launched David’s first book, Party Girl, which is being developed into a movie by an Oscar winning producing team.
JoAnna Vance, Advocate and Organizer, is a person in long term Recovery from SUD. WV State Organizer for the Recovery Advocacy Project and Recovery Fellow for the American Friends Service Committee.
Recovery Advocacy Project

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