Trace Fleming-Trice and Self Care For Advocates

Uncategorized Aug 30, 2020

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Women's Rights and the right to a safe working environment is very much at the forefront of WOW Chaplaincy's work. Today we share with an example of how important Self Care is for Advocates and Activists.

Advocates are helping professionals who work for a cause bigger than themselves. They come from all kinds of backgrounds and include a wide range of professions. This includes those who work in social services, victim services, healthcare, criminal justice, emergency response, mental health, public health, community organizing, civil rights, education, journalism, and ANY profession dedicated to making the world a safer, healthier, and more equitable place.
Does this sound like you? Then damn right, you’re an advocate! Welcome aboard.

Let's meet the Founder of Self Care for Advocates, Trace Fleming-Trice.

About Trace Fleming-Trice

Trace Fleming-Trice, LMSW has been an advocate for sexual violence victim/survivors since 2005. She considers herself to be reasonably friendly and mostly harmless.

Trace founded Self-Care for Advocates in 2014 and is the lead administrator of the 3700+ member Facebook group. Trace has served as a member of the Alabama Coalition Against Rape (ACAR) Board of Director in various capacities including Board President and currently sits as the Legislative Committee Chair for the ACAR

She was part of the National Take Back the Night Foundation Advisory Board and
served on the Executive Committee of the Alabama Society of Healthcare Social Workers Board or Directors. Currently, Trace is a volunteer for RAFT- Resilience for Advocates Through Foundational Training and Camp Model City for LGBTQIA+ youth.

Trace has been recognized as an Emerging Southern Leader by the Emerging Change Makers Network, has spoken on National Public Radio on workplace stress, and has been featured on the international anti-violence against women website, the Pixel Project. Trace has been the Sexual Violence Program Director for 2nd Chance, Inc. a dual domestic and sexual violence crisis agency in Northeast Alabama since 2012 and is also an adjunct social work instructor at Talladega College.



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