Donna Kshir to be Panelist for Webnair

April is recognized as National Child Abuse Prevention Month, emphasizing the vital role creating public awareness takes to prevent child abuse before it starts. Local child rights advocate Donna Kshir and her two sister advocates Lee Roberts (Crestview, Florida) and Laurie Ann Smith (Calgary AB Canada) will be guest speakers for the HOPE Collaborative and Family Service Association later this month. 

Donna Kshir to be Panelist for Child Abuse – Let’s Talk About It webnair.


The webinar, Child Abuse – Lets Talk About It, will air LIVE on April 27 at 12pm EST. The HOPE Collaborative, based in Riverside County Califorinia, invites parents and professionals to attend this informative and empowering webinar on child abuse prevention. Smith will share her own personal child abuse story then she will join Ms. Kshir and Roberts in a discussion on what you can do to protect your children.


The HOPE Collaborative is under non-profit, Family Service Association. HOPE Collaborative is guided by a Board of Directors involving representatives from law enforcement offices, educational institutions, medical services, mental health professionals, faith-based groups, regional child abuse collaborative volunteers and the Department of Public and Social Services.

The HOPE Collaborative accomplishes this mission through the coordination and facilitation of interagency collaboration; efforts to raise community awareness; education and training of professionals, parents and the community; services to child abuse victims and families impacted by abuse and neglect.

Ms. Kshir is a 15x bestselling author, publisher and columnist featured in over 50 books. In June 2016, she and Roberts co-founded of Advocates United for Humanity, a small grassroots child abuse awareness/prevention organzation based in North Bend. She used her influence in the growth of gaining national support for Conner’s Law (Kentucky Bill HB168) making child abuse by murder a violent crime in Kentucky. Ms. Kshir received a Letter of Recommendation from Conner’s mother, Mashanna Bachuss, on December 5, 2019. 

Conner Bachuss was just two-years old when he died from unspeakable abuse. The man charged, Ronald Saunder II, was his mother’s boyfriend at the time. Initially charged with murder, he took a plea deal for second degree manslaughter and received a 10 year sentence. Saunders would only serve 5 years.

Conner’s Law was signed by Governor Steve Beshear on March 25, 2015 in Kentucky.

Ms. Kshir can also be heard on AU4H Radio’s ‘Real Talk’ podcast on Wednesday nights at 9pm EST airing on iHeartRadio.

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