Becca Stevens is many things: an author, speaker, social entrepreneur, founder and president of Thistle Farms, the largest social enterprise in the US run by survivors. She has been featured in the New York Times, on ABC World News, NPR, PBS, and CNN. In 2011, the White House named Becca a “Champion of Change”. Recently, she was featured in the PBS documentary, “A Path Appears,” named Humanitarian of the Year by the Small Business Council of America as well as the TJ Martell Foundation, inducted into the Tennessee Women’s Hall of Fame and was conferred an honorary doctorate by Sewannee: The University of the South. Her newest book is, “Letters from the Farm: A Simple Path for a Deeper Spiritual Life.” She lives in Nashville with her husband, Grammy-winning songwriter Marcus Hummon, and their three sons. 

A Word From Becca:

Welcome to the movement that celebrates women's freedom. We are a growing community committed to the truth that love is the most powerful force for change in the world. We are made up of circles around the world of survivors, donors, volunteers, residents, graduates, producers, social media advocates, and strangers who come together to practice hospitality and exercise our economic power and voice. At the center of this circle are women who have survived lives of trafficking, addiction and prostitution. Thank you for joining us, we need one another to heal. #loveheals. 
Peace and love, 
ecca Steven