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EnVision Proven Success provides knowledge and resources that empower women to improve their quality of life.
EnVision Proven Success has a professionally printed magazine that shares the stories of women who have regained their dignity and moved forward in a way they previously thought impossible. Their candor allows readers to understand the challenges women from adverse circumstances face, and that they have achieved great accomplishments and overcome daunting barriers unimagined by most.
On October 12th, we unveiled the 10th edition of our acclaimed magazine, titled "Fierce Lioness". Read seven powerful stories of seven women who have overcome great obstacles and remained fierce in their pursuit of life.
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Women in the Spotlight
Vicki Bowan Hewes - Using Trauma for Good
Vicki Bowen Hewes is known in Columbus as the founder of the Columbus chapter of Dress for Success, but it was a long journey to the founding of the nonprofit. Vicki describes her childhood as feeling like a square peg in a round hole. She says she always felt like an outsider without a tribe, and didn’t believe she was special. Though she grew up in a loving home, with parents who believed in her, Vicki had low self-esteem and was bullied mercilessly during middle school.
When Vicki began dating in high school, she met her first boyfriend. The relationship grew tumultuous when he became physically abusive. Vicki had never seen abuse before, and it embarrassed her to think it was happening to her. Scared and ashamed, Vicki hid the abuse from the people around her. Deep down, she felt this was happening because she didn’t deserve better.