A powerful voice for hope, international speaker and activist Susan Norris helps teens and women find freedom from strongholds. When she learned of girls as young as nine years old being trafficked for sex in her own city (Atlanta), Susan set out on a quest to free and protect them.
Known to many as Miss Susan, this woman of boldness has spent countless hours listening to, comforting, and helping survivors, their families, detectives, and even a former pimp. She is a voice for victims and a catalyst for action among her peers. Her book, Rescuing Hope, provides a realistic portrayal of how a child becomes a victim of sex trafficking and serves as a source of hope and insight to those who read it.
A CLASS certified speaker, Susan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Master’s of Education. She taught in public and private schools and served as a leader for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes before being called to full time ministry. She lives in Atlanta with her husband and children and considers them to be her highest calling.
She has spoken at over a dozen events, including at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and Atlanta’s “Dolls in the City” event. She has been featured in electronic and traditional media, including the “Marietta Daily Journal” and Cornerstone Media Television. Learn more about Susan and the movement at http://susannorris.org.