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STACEY LANNERT

Lake Superior State University April 2013


Congrats on being chosen as one of the “Hot Speakers of 2010” by Campus Activities Magazine

NACA SHOWCASING ARTIST – NORTHERN PLAINS LECTURE ALTERNATE 2017, NATIONALS 2014 LECTURE SHOWCASE, MID-AMERICA 2012 LECTURE ALTERNATE, CENTRAL 2012 LECTURE SHOWCASE ALTERNATE, NORTHERN PLAINS 2011 LECTURE SHOWCASE, MID-ATLANTIC 2010 LECTURE SHOWCASE & NORTHERN PLAINS 2010 LECTURE SHOWCASE ALTERNATE

APCA SHOWCASING ARTIST - NATIONALS 2010

Strong, hopeful and charismatic, Stacey Lannert doesn't just speak about overcoming childhood sexual abuse. She connects with her audience. Viewers feel her pain and, most importantly, her triumph. Stacey was recently released from prison where she served 18 years for fatally shooting the man who raped her from ages 8 through 18. That man was her father. Stacey never lost her ability to love life and learn from it even though she was sentenced to life without parole. The governor granted her clemency in 2009, and within 6 days, she walked out of the prison gates. Stacey had been granted her physical freedom; it was the ultimate act of forgiveness.

Though locked up, Stacey was already emotionally free. Through the power of love and forgiveness, she created a meaningful life for herself from behind bars. She helped troubled teens find strength to tell their stories of abuse through a program called Outreach. She even helped two of them prosecute their abusers. Stacey also trained therapy dogs for handicapped people through the non-profit organization called C.H.A.M.P.S. While she was making the world a better place, she was also focused on forgiving.

Filled with compassion, hope, humility, and even wit, Stacey's thought-provoking messages serve many purposes. Her topics of discussion include: How to spot sexual and emotional abuse and what to do about it; The importance of speaking up, telling the truth and never being ashamed of who you are; The power of hope, forgiveness and helping others; And the legal system that can still be antiquated in how it deals with sexual abuse and women. What can we do to improve our lives and help others?

In May 2009, Stacey brought her message of strength, hopefulness and inspiration to 40 million people when she spoke for 30 minutes on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Stacey has also appeared on Nancy Grace, 20/20, Larry King Live, Montel Williams and many other programs. She has created a popular, active non-profit organization and website called HealingSisters.org with a message to help other victims however she can. Stacey can share her story. She doesn't believe that any of us are victims no matter what we've been through. As we work on ourselves and work to heal the world, we all become victors.

Currently, Stacey is a third year law student who will graduate in May 2017. In the future, Stacey plans to work with abused children and battered women who find themselves in need of legal assistance.

“I want to help end sexual abuse in America by putting a voice to it, helping other women find their voice, talking about what happened to me, and making it okay for others to talk about what happened to them. . . . . Hopefully we can make a change.” Stacey Lannert on the Oprah Winfrey Show, May 2009

Her story has been featured on:

  • The Oprah Winfrey Show – May 2009
  • 20/20 – April 2009
  • Nancy Grace on CNN – February 2009
  • Nancy Grace on CNN – April 2005
  • American Justice on A&E – July 2004
  • Larry King Live - September 2003
  • The Montel Williams Show - July 2002
  • The Montel Williams Show - May 2002
  • Marie Claire magazine (Australian edition) – November 2002
  • Glamour magazine – July 2002

Stacey's auto-biography, Redemption: A Memoir of Sisterhood, Survival and Finding Freedom Behind Bars will be released by Random House in Spring 2011.

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The Oprah Winfrey Show, May 2009 – short edit (8 mins)

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The Oprah Winfrey Show, May 2009 – long edit (14 mins)

 

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