Bethanee is a passionate public speaker who has spoken on human rights issues across New England since 2008, as well as, spoken at women’s conferences, and churches throughout the U.S. She has traveled internationally for orphan care, was a licensed foster parent for 4 years, is a wife and a mom to 6 children, including adopted twins.
Bethanee is the Founder and Executive Director at ExPOSE, tackling the public health crisis of pornography on our children and society, as well as the prevention of sexual exploitation of any human being, particularly focusing on children. She also diligently works on advocacy in the state of NH, lobbying for better laws to protect those being exploited and ensuring stronger laws are made and enforced for those who exploit, as well as fighting for life at all stages.
Bethanee also previously served as the president of the New Hampshire chapter of Run For Freedom and was a co-founder of New Hampshire Traffick Free Coalition.
Bethanee grew up in Seattle, Washington, went to college at the University of Maine, and has resided in New Hampshire since 1998. Bethanee also home schools her children and was a co-founder of a large home school co-op in New Hampshire.
In her free time she enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, traveling, listening to music and spending time with friends. She also enjoys playing board games, hiking, and swimming with her family.
ExPOSE brings hope to the public health crisis of sexual exploitation by educating the community on these issues to keep our children safe.
A world where people of all ages are physically and mentally safe and healthy relationships flourish.