Jeanette M. Towne

AF_AuthorBesides being a domestic abuse survivor and author of Lifted from Darkness (Previously titled “From Prisoner to President”), Jeanette Towne is the President and CEO of a U. S.-based communications corporation. Mrs. Towne is a Certified Gold Technology Partner, member of WBENC – Women Business Enterprise, and one of 12 members represented on a Global Manufacturers Business Partner Advisory Council. She has been happily married to her husband and best friend for more than 20 years. They share raising four teenagers and enjoy life in the western United States.

Jeanette welcomes inspirational speaking engagements to corporate groups, associations, non-profits, schools, churches, and more. Her dynamic and heartfelt presentations interweave her own story of abuse and survival against all odds, and can be customized to your group to include topics of overcoming, perseverance, and reinvention. Please fill out the contact form on our website to let us know about your group and speaking needs, and we will respond promptly to answer any questions.  Jeanette Towne Speaking Brochure


Lifted from Darkness

eagleJeanette’s keynote based upon her book title covers the unbelievable but true story of her battle to escape a 10-year sentence as a domestic prisoner. Live the horror and celebrate the harrowing escape as Jeanette rebuilds her life and rises through the corporate world, achieving national recognition as the president and CEO of a multi-million dollar corporation. Jeanette will share stories from her life in captivity, as well as inspire audiences with her true, tear-inspiring story of rescue from the hands of her abuser. Jeanette shares not only about the effects of abusive relationships—but also how she was able to continue her education even while in her destructive marriage, thrive professionally, and eventually escape into a life of joy and success.

This message can be tailored to corporate groups, non profits, schools, churches, and more, delivering a poignant, inspirational lesson on overcoming.

Visit Jeanette’s media page for sample video clips of her story.