Meet Emily-Anne

Entrepreneur, writer, mom & 

Teen Dating and Domestic Violence speaker.

Emily-Anne Buck is a Knoxville, TN native and wife to husband Jason. She is a proud mom of her two precious boys, Sullivan and Harrison and her Aussiedoodle Ozzie.

Emily-Anne recognizes the struggles, the heartache, and the desire to feel worthy and loved by so many broken teenagers today.

One out of every 3 teens will experience a domestic violence relationship. She shares her personal story from when she was 15 with pure passion, raw reality, and loss of hope-yet a driven perseverance of overcoming, courage and belief in bigger things yet to come.

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“Emily-Anne Buck brings a fresh voice and relevant message to audiences. Her compelling personal story connects and leaves a lasting impression. We were grateful to have Emily-Anne speak with our high school students, and the feedback was tremendous. If you’re in need of a timely word, Emily-Anne is your answer. I offer my strong recommendation.”

 

Tim Holland

Upper School P

Grace Christian Academy

Tim Holland

Upper School Principal 

Grace    Christian    Academy

"I have had the pleasure of training alongside Emily-Anne for 10 years now. I highly recommend you hear her story.

Emily-Anne has spoken about her situation to a variety of groups from police academy recruits to high school students. Emily-Anne opens up and shares from her heart.

Every time we train at a school, students invariably seek Emily-Anne out and share their stories with her. She is so compassionate and reassuring to the students. She really connects with the students. Listening to Emily-Anne, people will gain the knowledge of how to avoid unhealthy relationships."

David Kitts

Supervisor Special Crimes Unit

Knoxville Police Department

"Emily-Anne totally captivated an audience filled with seniors in our high school. Her direct, no-holds-barred message describing what happened in her life is as riveting as it is educational: bad stuff happens to good people. Rarely, if ever, can the vast majority of us wrap our heads around how intelligent youth can be drawn into unhealthy relationships and not figure out how to search for keys that will help them escape. Hearing it from someone who was caught in that trap is powerful."

John Tatgenhorst

Webb School Counselor

 

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