Executive Director Pillar Director - Human Trafficking
When Bridget, a sexual and domestic trauma survivor, discovered the fact that there are more slaves today than at any time in human history, she knew it was time to make a dramatic difference. She joined Celeste in the founding of SHEROES United as a powerful way to create thrivers out of victims.
M. Bridget Cook-Burch is the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author best known for her riveting tales of transformation. As a leader, storyteller, trainer and activist, her powerful work has been showcased on Oprah, CNN, Good Morning America, Dr. CNN, and in People among many others. Her stories continue to rock readers around the world.
Recently awarded “Iconic Leader of the Decade Envisioning a United World” from All Ladies League in Delhi, India, Bridget has been working on initiatives in ending violence against women, and in particular, abolishing human trafficking. The issue came to her attention as she was working on her NYT bestseller, The Witness Wore Red about human trafficking in Utah. When her awareness expanded to the growing epidemic in Utah, her nation, and her world, she knew she could stay silent no longer. A social and serial entrepreneur, Bridget has owned and operated several companies in Utah and Colorado. Building a trucking company from a ‘one-truck wonder’ to a multi-million dollar company with 15 trucks, 55 trailers and 11 western states, Bridget was nationally recognized with several outstanding business awards. She is now writing, speaking and training as CEO of Inspired Legacy, LLC, and the Executive Director of SHEROES United. She creates time and connection with her four amazing children and more pets than her beloved husband can handle. An internationally sought-after speaker and activist, Bridget wows audiences on the subjects of radical transformation, conscious business, and how to leave the footprints of an inspired legacy. You will find her actively involved with SHEROES United initiatives in Utah, personally involved in world humanitarian work in India and the DRC Congo, and growing the organization to literally and effectively reach millions of women to BE the change.