If You or Someone You Love Might Be Experiencing Sexual Harassment . . .
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I'm Meredith Holley. I am a lawyer, life coach, and international bestselling author of the book Career Defense 101: How to Stop Sexual Harassment Without Quitting Your Job. Early in my legal career I experienced sexual harassment for over a year. I loved my job, and I didn't want to quit. After more than a year of being harassed, I found tools that worked.
My harasser apologized, changed his behavior,
and we worked together successfully for years after.
Now I help other women do the same.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
N.A., Berkeley, CA
I know you're probably feeling a lot of anxiety right now (and probably a lot of other difficult emotions)--I was there, too, not that long ago. But I truly believe that making the decision to work with Meredith was crucial to my ability to take control of my work situation and life in general. You have the power to turn your situation around! But it starts with deciding that you're worth investing in and caring for yourself. Also, Meredith has a unique specialty--not only can she help you with the legal issues around sexual harassment that might arise, but also, she is dedicated to helping you build the type of career/work situation that lights you up!
A.B., Corvallis, OR
Meredith was able to diffuse the anxiety and confusion around the family law process for me. She also encouraged and supported me in responding to the negative statements being submitted to the court from my ex's attorney, in a way that aligned with my values and my care for the process to be full of love and authenticity. Strangely, these document are something I would be proud to look back on as they show the integrity exhibited by our approach to the divorce process.
B.G., Eugene, OR
When I started, I felt restricted in my future progress, and in my new position in a new career. I censored my speech and interactions, because I felt like "I don't know enough to comment." Now, I speak up at meetings. I ask questions more in group settings, I offer my opinion. Because of this sense of freedom, I am evaluating my work choices, and considering my options without fear.