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Victoria has a passion for bringing awareness to the effects
of Child Abuse and Domestic Violence and the recovery process.  
She has aligned herself with BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse),
as well as CASA (Child Advocate Services Association).
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Our Team
Victoria Lee
TV Host, Author,
Professional Speaker
Don Kaufman
Production
Sound Engineer
Camera Operator
Kimberlee Clark
Assistant to Host
Social Media
Deborah Woodard
Make-up Consultant
Candy Richey
Marketing Specialist
Andrew Rohde
Set Production
How We've Progressed
The Near Future
Bringing Awareness
Across the Nation
The purpose of the show is two-fold.  To inspire people to reach their full
potential by highlighting the success of others. Secondly, to bring
awareness to the effects of child abuse and the recovery process.
Victoria is an author, professional speaker, ordained minister and television
host.  She has written several books which include Distinguished
Oklahomans, Movers and Shakers, Coweta, Oklahoma's First 100 Years,
Shattered Dreams and Broken Hearts, Unforgettable Grady, Amazing
Grace and The Letter Safari and her most recent "A Way Out".
She's a former owner of a Greeting Card Company called "A Touch of
Heart by Victoria" that distributed cards throughout the United States and
Canada for six years,
Her passion is to help individuals restore their self-image, which has been
damaged through recurring verbal, physical and sexual abuses.  Over
twenty years of preparation went into her latest book "A Way Out", which
deals with the effects of abuse and the path to restoration.  
Mission Statement
So often we settle for mediocrity in our lives and yet God has a plan that
far surpasses anything we can think or ask, if we will just believe we
deserve it.
Our guests include business professional, actors, authors, comedians,
singers, musician, entrepreneurs and others who are Making It Happen.
She was awarded the Merit Award from Unique Writing Publications out
of England.  She was also told by the late Hollywood Television
Producer, Jimmy Baker that her book "A Way Out" would be made into
a movie.
She was awarded the Merit Award from Unique Writing Publications out
of England.  She was also told by the late Hollywood Television
Producer, Jimmy Baker that her book "A Way Out" would be made into
a movie.
She was awarded the Merit Award from Unique Writing Publications out
of England.  She was also told by the late Hollywood Television Producer,
Jimmy Baker that her book "A Way Out" would be made into a movie
.