- Jennifer Storm
As a content expert on victims' rights issues, a survivor of sexual assault, and an outspoken advocate, Jennifer Storm is no stranger to the media, in fact, she is often times the first call they make when stories break.
Her media appearances are vast and include frequent appearances on all major networks including, ABC, FOX, NBC, NPR, CBS, and PBS as the county spokesperson for victims' rights. She has appeared on NBC's The Today Show, ABC World News with Diane Sawyer, CBS 48 Hours Live to Tell program, and E! News online. She has appeared on local and national talk shows including The Harrisburg View and WITF's prime time public affairs show SMARTTALK, Dr. Drew Live, Recovery Coast to Coast, and many more. In 2002, Ms. Storm also publicly debated Oliver North live on his syndicated talk show Common Sense with Oliver North.
Ms. Storm has traveled the country giving keynotes, lectures, workshops, and panel discussions regarding victims' rights, LGBT rights, addiction and recovery, and civil rights.
Ms. Storm is very comfortable giving interviews, both taped and live. Jennifer is the author of four critically acclaimed books on addiction, recovery and victimization. Echoes of Penn State: Facing Sexual Trauma, Picking Up the Pieces Without Picking Up: A Guidebook Through Victimization for People in Recovery, Leave the Light On: A Memoir of Recovery and Self-Discovery and Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying Out in America. Her newest book is Awakening Blackout Girl: A Survivor's Guide for Healing from Addiction and Sexual Trauma.
Jennifer Storm recently received the 2012 Gail Burns Smith Award from the National Crime Victim Law Institute presented at their annual conference for Excellence in Victims Services. She received the 2012 Liberty Bell Award from the Dauphin County Bar Association and the 2011 Pathfinder Award for Excellence in Victims Services in the Commonwealth of PA presented by Governor Tom Corbett. She was also appointed by Governor Tom Corbett to the Victims Service Advisory Board on July 22nd, 2011 for a four-year term.
Blackout Girl was recently optioned by DolGer Films to be produced into a film in early 2015. Visit the official IMBD page for updates.