Our Team

Marjorie Bostwick (Phoenix), Founder & CEO.
Marjorie is an author and award-winning speaker. She founded The Giving Voices Project (formally the Forgotten Women Project) in 2015. A few years ago she started Creative Safe Space Circles and New Beginnings Retreats to teach women how to incorporate art into their own self-healing journey. She believes in the Art of New Beginnings and the power of art to heal and empower. She studied Sociology and Gender Studies at the University of Central Florida and is currently working on her Master’s in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.

Marjorie believes her voice should be used for those that are voiceless. Born in South Florida, but raised in the Bahamas, Marjorie currently resides in the Orlando area.

Kim Crayne, President. Kim is an artist and studied at various colleges in California, namely, UCSD and Chaffey College from where she got her degree. Currently she is a student majoring in Project Management and Logistics. In her art career she has exhibited some of her work and taught art to children. Currently, she is the artistic director and production designer for costumes and set builder for the theater group Positively Florida. She is passionate about collaboration and humane systems on all fronts: social, political and personal. She lives in Deland Florida, with her husband and 4 children, a cat and a dog.

Sabrina Kelley, Treasurer is a mother of five, author, an entrepreneur, nurse and mentor. Sabrina is the CEO of Another Chance CPR and Health Training as well as a longtime mentor for Saving Our Daughters.

Through her own experience, she uncovers her dark past of an ordeal that left her depressed. However, she did not allow the circumstances to break her, but rather, allowed the peace of God to fill her spirit, and her soul was overwhelmed with forgiveness and peace.

Sabrina is from South Florida, and currently lives in Orlando, Florida.

Cherise Austin, Secretary has worked with the New York City Department of Education for twenty-one years as a special education teaching professional. Working with general education/inclusion and specialized school districts, she planned and developed interdisciplinary curriculum with colleagues. Some programs included therapeutic/remediation techniques to support social-emotional growth and learning achievement for students.
Her undergraduate internship at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, laid the groundwork for her hands-on learning teaching style. She earned her B.S. in anthropology and elementary education from Hunter College City University of New York. Ms. Austin completed her master’s program M.S.Ed. at Long Island University, with specializations in behavioral social-emotional disorders and learning disabilities.

She is a member of United Federation of Teachers, a disabilities and domestic violence survivor and advocate. Currently she resides in Altamonte springs with her family.