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Jen Welter Speaking FeeDr. Jennifer Welter gave a keynote speech on December 4th at the 7th Annual Benefit Breakfast that was hosted by the Association of Religious Communities to benefit creating awareness about the issue of domestic violence. The event took place from 7:30-9:30 a.m. at the Crowne Plaza off Ridgebury Road in Danbury, Connecticut and ended up having a great turn out. Welter spoke about the importance of putting an end to domestic violence whenever possible and how even though people can experience a messy situation at home. She used examples of her own personal strength to show how it can be possible for a person to overcome such a situation if they happen to be experiencing something terrible like that,

The Vero Beach, Florida native is a former player of several professional women’s football teams such as the Dallas Diamonds and the Dallas Dragons, so she has had plenty of experience when it comes to the football industry. In addition to that, she was a member of Team USA at the Federation of American Football’s Women’s World Champion Games during the 2010 and 2013 events and even brought home the gold medals. In February of this year she was given the job as the linebackers and special teams coach for the Texas Revolution, a men’s professional indoor football team. She was also asked to be a preseason and training coach for the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals this summer and has proven that her knowledge and skills were taken seriously during her time in Phoenix.

Welter gave a keynote speech on December 4th in Danbury, Connecticut on behalf of the Association of Religious Communities 7th Annual Breakfast to benefit victims of domestic violence and to promote awareness.

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