Wendy is one of the most real individuals that you will ever meet. Although her welcoming personality and desire to serve didn’t come naturally, it is certainly obvious and genuine.
Growing up in a broken home, as the oldest of 5, she learned how to survive, not only for herself, but for those around her. Her challenges did not stop there. Wendy is the face of the statistics on sexual abuse. However, when you see her, hear her, and meet her, you will realize that statistics and circumstances did not and do not define her.
Since the night she heard that her sister’s life was taken in a car accident in rural Mississippi, she and her husband Jody have been motivated to bring a message of hope and future to students.
Wendy is an organizer and production manager for Say Something School Assemblies and an active team leader and "141 Rig Mom" on operations.
Wendy and her husband Jody live in Brandon, Mississippi. They have two grown daughters (Alicia and Emily), a son-in-law (Micah), and 4 grandchildren (Asher, Silas, Naomi & Joseph) that they would love to tell you about.
Wendy will fight for her faith, she will fight for her family, and after meeting her for the first time you will find that she will fight for you.
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