Nicole Braddock Bromley is the founder of OneVOICE (www.iamonevoice.org) and OneVOICE4freedom (www.onevoice4freedom.org), a sexual abuse survivor and an international spokesperson on child sexual abuse, rape and exploitation. Nicole is the author of Hush: Moving From Silence to Healing After Childhood Sexual Abuse, Breathe: Finding Freedom to Thrive in Relationships After Childhood Sexual Abuse and SOAR: A Film Series and Study Companion to Hush. She was the first person to ever hold a public forum on sexual abuse and trafficking in East Africa, speaking alongside the First Lady, unveiling her book Hush as an official resource to the country to Uganda on the issue of child abuse. She was the on camera talent for a TV series shedding light on child abuse and sex slavery in Southeast Asia and is currently building a safehouse school for girls rescued from child sex slavery in Cambodia. Nicole has traveled extensively as a voice of awareness and prevention to some of the most at-risk populations around the world as well as to the most prestigious colleges and universities. She is a member of the RAINN speaker bureau, the NCAA Health and Safety speaker bureau and is a frequent guest expert to the media.