“Once a victim, once a survivor now a liberator” by Hannah Terry
Click here to read how Hannah shares Shamere’s story on her blog -” Once Sheltered”.
Hannah Terry is a devout Catholic, the oldest of 6 kids, and an avid American history buff. A recent college graduate, from Morehead State University she struggled to figure out what she is being called to do. Instead of doing what society, said she should do: go to graduate school, spend thousands of dollars, and come out with a degree she wasn’t sure she wanted, she decided to take a year off. She had the privilege to work with incredible people at Shared Hope International, which only increased her passion to fight modern-day slavery and to make a difference in the world. She loves to hike, camp, horseback ride, pretty much anything that involves the outdoors. She values honesty, hard-work, family and service work. She believes that God put her here for a purpose greater than herself. She does not know what that purpose is but is beginning to understand it. She believes that we must be the voice for those who don’t have one and fight for those whom society has forgotten. Through her work and writing she hopes to reach one or two people who will pass on the knowledge and remember to fight for those once forgotten.