WINFIELD, IL, May 26, 2019 — Rená Cooper is a survivor, domestic violence victim advocate, CEO of 4 My Voice Matters, NFP, and now an international best-selling author.
Her new memoir entitled Assassination Avoided, Destiny Defined is available on Amazon now. The memoir tells of her abusive relationship, survival of the abuse, the shooting and the signs to look for when in a relationship that could possibly be abusive.
In a recent interview on Thriving Entrepreneur Radio show, Rená said, “When God chooses you, no matter what; He doesn't change his mind about you. When the hand of God is on your life, the enemy really can try everything he wants to try, but just like the Bible says, “Weapons may form, but they will not prosper”, so Assassination Avoided, Destiny Defined is basically my journey, […] a glimpse into my life of abuse and some of the things I did correctly, and some of the things I did incorrectly; how I got out of the relationship, the tragedy that happened in the midst of it, but how God still saw fit to save me and still keep me here to help someone else who is in an abusive relationship realize that they can come out as well.”
Steve Kidd, the host of the radio show, encourages everyone to get Rená's book on Amazon today!
Yolunda Rená Cooper is affectionately known by her family and friends as Rená. Seeing others live their best lives is one thing that drives her. Seeing victims become free and victorious and witnessing survivors thrive in their 'after' is another thing that drives her and gives her life.
Rená graduated Trinity High School in River Forest, IL. After graduating she attended Grambling State University in Grambling, LA for a spell.
A survivor of domestic violence, Rená made it her life's mission to make sure her voice was heard. She makes sure she cries loud and spares not for victims of domestic situations. Rená completed 40hr Domestic Violence training and obtained her certificate with the state of Illinois. Aside from being trained for domestic violence, she also volunteers her spare time at Sarah's Inn, a Domestic Violence Agency in Oak Park, IL.
Rená is the founder & CEO of 4 My Voice Matters, a NFP (501c3) organization that raises funds and brings awareness to domestic violence and suicide. She organizes events to raise monies for DV shelters and organizations throughout the country.
Rená has spoken at the University of Chicago, the Kimmy G. Foundation's Beauty for Ashes, the Move Me Soul Youth Dance and mentoring program. She's the member and speaker for Global Woman Club. She's spoken at several churches and organizations throughout the Chicagoland area. She also was invited to speak at a woman's shelter in Dothan, AL.
Rená is the 2018 recipient of a G.E.M.S. award. She's the co-host of the internet radio show called Art of Transparency. She's also keynote speaker on the 2019 Art of Transparency Tour.
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