For myself, the women we serve at HER, and women everywhere that I will never have the honor of meeting – I want to say, our trauma, our stories, our secrets – they don’t have to limit us. Not every woman needs to write articles, do interviews, or give speeches about her experiences but she does not have to be limited by them. When the time is right, she will harness all that power inside, and in that moment – use it to bulldoze through all of the fears that tell her she can’t.
- CTIPP Partner Spotlight: Natasha Guynes, Her Resiliency Center
- Former Sex Worker Worries Mosby’s Policy on Prostitution Is Hurting Women on the Streets
- Opinion: Baltimore Needs Strong, Imaginative Leaders Who Understand the Challenges of Women on the Margins – Maryland Matters, By: Natasha Guynes
- ‘They’re Not Looking at the Whole Picture’ | Concerns over Mosby’s Prosecution Policy – Fox45 News
- Hidden Gems: Meet Natasha Guynes of Her Resiliency Center – Baltimore Voyage