Shareene Rice, M.Ed., Ph.D. Candidate​​
Domestic Violence & Abuse Survivor
Author, Speaker, Advocate, Educator & Student
 Host:  Making A Difference About Domestic Violence and Abuse

Shareene has spent the last 19 years working with youth, in treatment facilities for troubled youth, in the public school system as a special education teacher to mild to moderate students, and she served as an advisor to the Youth City Council for two years.

She has an Associate's degree from Allen Hancock College in Santa Maria California, A Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix and is currently working on her Ph.D. from Grand Canyon University. Her dissertation topic is a qualitative study of; How frequently law enforcement and Judicial Agencies re-victimize abuse victims. Her goal is to do public speaking on abuse to help raise awareness of domestic violence and how others can help.

At this time she is more active in working with abused women. She has recently published a book titled “A shout out for women healing from abuse”, her book is not only for those healing from abuse, but also those who are affiliated in any way with those suffering from domestic violence; family, friends, law enforcement, judicial agencies and ecclesiastical leaders. She is in the process of currently writing a second book teaching strategies for women who are healing. Her own experience has led her to teach women recovery techniques from the abuse or other traumas in their life. Being a domestic abuse victim herself she understands the pain and the journey.

Shareene’s hobbies are writing family history books, because of her personal philosophy of “when you know your past you understand yourself.” She also enjoys hiking and spending time with family. She has three children that she adores, who are, as adults very busy in their own endeavors.


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