“Debbie is a fantastic speaker and brings the tragic story of what happened to her sister into the room making it seem like you are watching it all unfold personally. When she speaks there will be a meaningful discussion of stalking and partner abuse. I highly recommend her.”
TK Logan, Ph.D. Professor
University of Kentucky
Department of Behavioral Science
Co-founder of OutrageUs.org  

“Debbie clearly has a passion for stalking advocacy and having a personal connection to this cause only strengthens her resolve. She brings a level of energy, enthusiasm, humor and intelligence far above the conventional interpersonal violence speaker you may be looking for. I recommend Debbie without reservation or hesitation. I have no doubt that she will leave your attendees informed, attitude-adjusted and raring to transform her message into action in their lives and on your campus.”
Lindsay C. Wight, J.D.
Title IX Investigative and Training Officer
Office of Equity & Inclusion
Wright State University

“While Debbie's story of her sister and family is powerful, when matched with her poise and professionalism, she is like few others. Her commitment to service and activism inspires students. Her willingness to speak candidly shatters minimization and denial. Her knowledge of the issue at large generates awareness and response. Our event and training evaluations echo these statements.”
Connie Adams, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.
Belles Against Violence Office
Saint Mary's College

"Ms Riddle’s presentation had a profound impact on students. It helped many of them identify behaviors which qualify as stalking behaviors in their own lives as well as within their social circles. Most importantly it educated them about stalking behaviors and what actions they could take to help themselves and/or others. I would highly recommend her presentation for teenagers and adults alike.”
Robyn Traywick J.D., R.N.,
Attorney At Law

Adjunct Instructor, Department of Psychology,
Wright State University

“Debbie was instrumental in the creation of the first ever National Stalking Awareness Month. She is a great public speaker and speaks in a way that does not alienate anyone. She is kind, compassionate, passionate, driven and knowledgeable. As painful as it must be, Debbie was and is always willing to speak to audiences about what happened to her sister and to work with communities to figure out what they can do to better respond to stalking.” 
Tracy Bahm
Former Director
The Stalking Resource Center at the National Center for Victims of Crime.

 “Debbie’s story about her family’s experience with stalking and violence was emotionally moving for me. Her presentation was very educational and created a new way for me to see stalking and violence connected to relationships. Based on feedback on our campus, many others became more aware from her visit. I would highly recommend bringing her to your organization soon!”
Matthew L. Boaz
Director of Equity and Inclusion
Title IX Coordinator
Wright State University