Emily Hibard speaks on business, recovery, nonprofits and faith.
Emily speaks at colleges, universities, seminars, and workshops.
Emily has been working with women in the sex industry since 2005 and represents Crissy Outlaw, a former porn star. Emily shares how she discovered human trafficking in Southeast Asia, and her unique friendships with sex workers around the world.
In 2012, Emily founded Idle Tuesdays Recording Studio, a nonprofit organization on a mission to influence culture through positive music. In her first book, Starting Your Nonprofit: A Workbook to Guide You Through a Million Exciting Tasks, she teaches future nonprofit founders how to launch a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 11 steps.
In 2017, after receiving many requests from Californians, she published Starting Your Nonprofit: California.
In 2020, she published Starting Your Nonprofit: Oregon.
Emily Hibard is a Christian.
She shares her story of accidentally becoming critical, judgmental, and downright nasty to some of God’s favorite sinners after nearly twenty years of formal religious education.
She is a recovering legalist.