There was a time where saying the words, “I am a fatherless daughter” would have brought me to tears instantly. I lost my father twice. Once to divorce at the age of 3 and again at 13 when he died unexpectantly. His loss was the defining moment in my life. It was on the way home from his funeral that I felt a calling to become the Voice of Fatherless Daughters. It is not what I would have chosen as my life’s purpose, but the universe had other plans. To date, I have produced a documentary, co-written a book, and started a 501c3 to benefit fatherless daughters. In this next phase, The Fatherless Daughter Movement will offer coaching for both daughters and families alike, mentorship programs, courses, more books and an even bigger foot print to bring light to the very silent epidemic of fatherlessness around the world.
I hope you’ll join me in the Fatherless Daughter Movement. We still have so much great work to do.