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Meet Shelley Klingerman

Author. Speaker. Entrepreneur.

Shelley Klingerman is a successful entrepreneur, marketing professional and documentary film producer. She is a graduate of Indiana State University and the mother of three beautiful children who were her inspiration for producing the documentary film Terror in American Schools: Are Your Kids Safe? The film outlines current threats to our schools, and what can be done to increase school security.

Shelley is the author of Vigilance: The Savvy Woman’s Guide to Personal Safety, Self-Protection Measures and Countermeasures. Her book empowers women to develop the situational awareness and warrior mindset to avoid being victimized – and urges them to model safe behavior and pass it along to loved ones. It unpacks the emotional, mental and physical preparation critical to dissuading predators, and offers self-defense strategies to fend them off should they attack.

Vigilance: The Savvy Woman’s Guide to Personal Safety, Self-Protection Measures, and Countermeasures empowers women to develop the situational awareness and warrior mindset to avoid being victimized – and urges them to model safe behavior and pass it along to loved ones.

Shelley is available for speaking engagements, workshops and experiential learning programs (where she partners with law enforcement and military trainers to deliver an immersive experience in her Prepare-Prevent-Protect philosophy of personal safety).

Contact us and learn more about having Shelley lead you and your group in discussing, planing and preparing (mentally, emotionally and physically) to make sure you are in control of your own safety. She creates resources and programs to lead others to take control of their personal safety in everyday situations and crisis scenarios. 

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Trust Your Gut—It’s Usually Right

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