Solving One Puzzle of Domestic Abuse
Laura Frombach |
• January 2020
In this engrossing talk, recorded at TEDxEustis 2020, Laura Frombach paints a picture of “ordinary” domestic violence and unveils a shocking parallel between victims of this abuse and a surprising group: Korean POWs. Laura Frombach is a survivor of generational domestic abuse. She joined the U.S Army to finance a college education and worked on Pershing nuclear missiles during enlistment. She completed her BS in Professional Management in a mere 15 years. Laura enjoyed a successful career in technology, working for IBM, HP, Dell, Coca Cola Enterprises, FedEx, Lenovo and more. She has been active in schools and libraries, working with teens and technology as a motivational influence. Author of ‘Leaving the Dark House’, a memoir describing an abusive childhood, but more importantly, overcoming the effects of it, Laura is President of Village Voices Toastmasters and is on the Board of Villagers Life Care Advocates. She enjoys travel, family, target shooting and making people laugh. Laura and her wife (a retired law enforcement officer) dedicate themselves to their YouTube channel, focusing on safety tips that advise women on how to keep themselves safe using their ultimate weapon: intuition.