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Founder, Rene Howitt
Rene Howitt is the founder and executive director of COPE24. As a former foster parent, child advocate, author and member of the Missouri Children’s Task Force, she has spent the past five years speaking to schools and organizations across the country to raise awareness about COPE24 and child abuse prevention.
Rene’s personal experience as a foster parent led to the founding of the organization. Her family’s true and riveting story of their fight to save two children from abuse and neglect is told in her book “Whose Best Interest? A Fight to Save Two American Kids.”
Rene is an active keynote speaker at conferences and events across the country. If you are interested in booking Rene as a keynote speaker for your next conference or event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking to reach students on the important topics of child abuse/neglect, and parental coping skills, but want a forum that can reach a bigger audience at one time COPE24 founder, Rene Howitt is available to speak. During the past five school years Rene Howitt has spoken to over 18,000 students from middle schools all the way up to universities. She has traveled to over 190 schools in Missouri, Illinois and Kansas.
COPE24’s Speaker Series covers all related abuse and neglect subjects as well as the family service and family courts system, and the foster care system. Our Speaker Series is perfect for schools, classrooms, student activities, clubs, churches, community centers, educator’s and school administrator conferences, universities, advocate seminars and advocacy groups.