Laura is passionate about giving back. Laura has volunteered so much of her time in so many ways over the years. In 2017, she resigned from all volunteer positions to streamline her volunteer hours through LPA. Currently, Laura has agreed to review one case per year for the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute. Until this point, Laura was volunteering to review several cold cases per year plus teaching and presenting at several conferences and trainings.
Additionally, Laura was invited to South Africa in 2017 to teach the South African Police Service Crime Scene Staging Investigation techniques and her new African experiences changed her life. Now, Laura wants to continue to bring resources to Africa, so today Laura is supporting and endorsing new company MyTavia.com, a program designed to keep African girls in school by providing them with feminine hygiene products.
When a woman buys a box of feminine hygiene products from MyTavia, the company builds a matching box to give to an African teenage girl so she can stay in school when she is on her period. Girls in Africa don't have access to products, so they have to stay home during these times.
With every subscription of your favorite period products
you keep a girl in school for a year
Buy One Give One
130 Million girls around the world are not in school.
That’s 2½ times the total number
of students in the US.
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