Washington, District of Columbia – Mildred D. Muhammad is recognized as an influential global voice, educator and two-time author on the topic of violence against women, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and suicide. Mildred will travel to The United States Army Yongsan Military Installation in Yongsan, Korea to deliver the Keynote Address for the Inaugural Purple Gala. The Gala on October 6, 2017 is hosted by the Army’s Family Advocacy Program. Mildred will drive a much-needed discussion about domestic violence. This event is open to all ID card holders. This speaking engagement marks Mildred Muhammad’s first overseas speaking engagement on a military base.
The United States Army says “She [Mildred Muhammad] has been recognized throughout military communities for championship of the Family Advocacy Program and their mission to educate, promote and end Domestic Violence in Military Communities.”
Mildred Muhammad is the ex-spouse of John Allen Muhammad, the D.C. sniper. Since 2012, Mildred has advanced domestic violence awareness conversations and education at military installations across America. On October 11, 2017, she travels to the Marine Corps Logistics Base in Barstow, California to speak at The Domestic Violence Prevention Program for Marines and Families. And on October 17th & 18th, she’ll arrive at Ft Stewart, GA to speak and facilitate training to military personnel and the community regarding Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention.
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ABOUT Mildred D. Muhammad
An Award-Winning Global Keynote Speaker, Speaker for the U.S. Department of State, Certified Consultant with The Office On Victims of Crime, CNN Contributor, Domestic Abuse Survivor, Humanitarian, two-time Author, Certified Domestic Violence Advocate Trainer and Educator. Publications include I’m Still Standing: Crawling Out of the Darkness Into The Light (2017) and Scared Silent: A Memoir (2009) www.mildredmuhammad.com
ABOUT U.S. Army Garrison-Yongsan
Headquarters for United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command, United States Forces Korea and Eighth Army as well as the home to more than 21,000 Service Members, Families, Civilians, Contractors, Retirees, Korean Augmentees to the U.S. Army, Korean Military, Korean Service Corps and Korean National Employees. Army General Vincent Keith Brooks, an African-American, took command of the United Nations Command, Combined Force Command and U.S. Forces Korea in 2016: https://www.army.mil/yongsan#org-about