Kiersten Hathcock is the CEO of the kid's furniture company, Mod Mom Furniture and founder of the Little Light Project. She was featured on ABC's Shark Tank, The Nate Berkus show, People Magazine, Dwell Magazine, and Better Homes and Garden. As a parent to two wonderfully gifted, highly intuitive children, Kiersten knows how difficult it can be to help kids with heightened sensitivities feel they are valued, loved members of our society. She is a survivor of child sexual abuse (ages 3-6) by a distant male relative and feels very passionate about helping those who have endured such trauma heal from the inside out.
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