When I first heard Darieth speak, I was immediately struck by her bravery for coming forward to talk about her story and experience. I was even more impressed when she created 50 shades of silence, a call to action to mobilize others who had been victim of revenge porn. Yes she is an inspiring speaker but she is so much more. She is hope to so many who are suffering in silence. She is leading the way to give justice to those who have been wronged. She is a true change-maker. It was an honor to have her come to Massachusetts to have a difficult conversation with parents, students, legislators, superintendents, and community leaders about revenge porn and teen sexting. The MetroWest Commission on the Status of Women looks forward to working with Darieth in advocacy to pass legislation to help teens and victims.