Sisters Speaking Out
These sisters are survivors of a youth filled with secrets, abuse, and betrayal. With courage and determination they have faced
their past, and gone on to successfully challenge and change our world for the better. Today, they share their story with insightful humor and honest candor
has received numerous awards as a marketing and sales leader for several Fortune 500 Companies. She was named to membership of ELfun, General Electric's International Honorary for outstanding community service. The "Joy of Giving,"founded by K.P., received awards for Outstanding Volunteer Effort in Atlanta for three years, and earned her a place on the list of Outstanding Women of Achievement in Atlanta. Her "Joy of Giving" ministry has:
helped more than 500 homeless and transitioning families since its inception 13 years ago n garnered recognition from the JC Penney Golden Rule Award n
been recognized under former President Bush's "Thousand Points of Light" program. On a personal level, KP has been challenged physically, emotionally, and spiritually with the debilitating disease of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Her tenacity, resilience, and faith have led her to share her message of change and activism with the world. She brings 16 years of public speaking experience to her audiences, and will quickly fill a room with humor,
inspiration, and motivation...and a belief that we can make a difference.
Flo Keaton has worked as an educator for more than 40 years. She holds a Masters Degree in Learning
Disabilities and Behavior Disorders, and has taught all age levels, from preschoolers to adults. As a speaker, Flo has addressed educational and parenting issues throughout her career, but the most important speech of her lifetime was before the Ohio Senate Judicial Committee in 1999. This talk changed the law in the state of Ohio -- no longer is it merely manslaughter when a child is killed by abuse -- it's murder. After her granddaughter was killed, she banded with a group of Columbus
doctors, nurses, and child advocates to change the law. She has raised four children, and is now raising one grandson. Flo's courage and faith are the voice of inspiration. She reminds each of us, that everything is up to us!