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Lisa Jones is a survivor, army veteran, self taught artist, business owner, philanthropist, and passionate community committed activist whose path has been split between the two worlds of domestic violence and arts activism for as long as she can remember. 


As a survivor and advocate for change in the fight against domestic violence for more than two decades, Lisa is also the founder of Silence No More Movement. a nonprofit committed source of public service and social change that creates avenues of lengthened and strengthened support.

For years Lisa has organically worked with organizations, advocates, agencies, community members, law firms, elected officials, and real time victims and survivors from around the DMV who come to the table by choice and not force in efforts to have a unified two year platform that supports a victim into survivorship. 

Annually SNMM hosts Sensitivity Trainings, Survivor and Support System Ceremony, Community Dessert Team Challenge and the signature Red Affair P7 Fashion Show Gala. 

Lisa prefers to work from behind the scenes has quietly produced and sponsored a combined more than 700 community team builders, art exhibitions, seminars, trainings and fashion shows since 2003.

Lisa has had the privilege of opening for icons such as Stevie Wonder and her art is currently being featured in various universities and celebrity homes however, she remains most humbled from being Commissioned by the Pentagon to produce a commemorative piece called "Honor 911" in honor of those who lost their lives in the 9/11 tragedy.






Solitaire Carroll, One Sparrow Co-Founder and Executive Director, recognized as part of Loudoun County's 40 under 40, Loudoun 100, and Loudoun Young Professional of the Year finalist, is a strategic development consultant, government IT professional, speaker, activist, and youth leader in Loudoun County.


After several years of community activism and organizing in Loudoun and abroad, Solitaire established One Sparrow with her husband to help provide better access to education and resources which in turn provide hope, empowerment, and a sustainable future​. One Sparrow understands the importance of community partnerships that share knowledge, resources, strengths, passion, and encouragement with families who are left feeling distraught and alone in the midst of hardship.  More Info

""I am relentlessly trying to be the change I want to see in the world"" Solitare Carroll

Since 2013, One Sparrow has been successful in raising awareness locally, donating funds for durable medical equipment, basic medicine, education, and educational enrichment programming for hundreds of children whose families lack the resources. Raising over $250,000 through a grassroots, movement, leveraging over 250 volunteers over the last 8 years, and impacting over 5,000 lives, One Sparrow has spearheaded and supported projects in Loudoun and Fairfax County, India, Guatemala, St Lucia, and Haiti.

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"No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world." Robin Williams

Gift Wyatt, CDR FundraIsing Group,  Account Executive.


Deep rooted in community activism Gift Wyatt a Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Board Director, 5X P7 member, Loudoun 100, philanthropist, serial volunteer and  communicator extraordinaire, 


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I" Believe"

Carol Barbe is the President and CEO of Backflow Technology, LLC, a family owned company located in Ashburn, VA for over 26 years is the leader in backflow prevention and cross connection which  ensures your family is safe by protecting your drinking water from contamination.

Carol's commitment to the community is second to none. She is the Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Directors for Loudoun Hunger Relief (largest food pantry in Loudoun County); Vice President/Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the Tigerlily Foundation; Treasurer of the Board of Directors for the Loudoun Coalition on Women and Girls; Chair for the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross National Capital Area Chapter; and is also a proud member of 100WomenStrong of Loudoun County, VA.





Nicole Morris , CEO of Women Giving Back is an energetic and passionate nonprofit program leader with 17+ years' experience in affordable housing, homeless services and nonprofit management and finance to her new role. She was inducted into the Virginia Housing Alliance’s Top 40 Network in 2015 and has been actively involved in both Fairfax and Loudoun County’s affordable housing and human services advocacy efforts.

Nicole has been a dedicated member of the SNMM organization for three years however, Women Giving Back has provided a collaboration that has the Silence No More Movement organization to empower families across the DMV. 

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Sensitivity Activities and Special events

Tanisha Cox has been involved in the social service field for 20 years, working with children and families and building community partnerships.  


Currently, Tanisha works with Domestic and Sexual Violence Services in Fairfax County and a domestic violence shelter in Spotsylvania County.  In her free time, she also co-facilitates parenting classes with families who are at risk for child abuse and neglect. 


Tanisha is a graduate of Leadership Loudoun class of 2020 and previously sat on the Leadership Loudoun Board of Directors.


She has been a dedicated member of the Silence No More Movement for 4+ years, helping in the backgrounds with the P7 Fashion Show and other SNMM community endeavorers.. 





Sensitivity Activities and Special events

""I am relentlessly trying to be the change I want to see in the world"" Solitare Carroll

Bryanna “Bry” Barone, Team Lead | Meetings & Events for Carahsoft Technology was adopted by the entire SNMM team day one and in 2024 nearly three years later we official. 


Bryanna has stated "working with Lisa and her team has truly changed her life". Like Lisa, she enjoys being behind the scenes while also offering a wealth of event planning experience. Getting to know this community and being an advocate for those who may not have a voice is so important and something I feel so fortunate to be a part of.





Two-Year Survivorship Victims & Survivors Financial Advisor





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