Dallas, TX, USA – November 12, 2022 – In addition to joining the Zondra TV Network’s team of producers, motivational/transformational speaker, and mentor against abuse Cortina Jackson is promoting awareness of domestic violence in a significant way this October by announcing the premiere of a new television show.
Cortina is also a former police officer who was almost murdered by her husband’s domestic abuse. Her law enforcement and criminal justice experience, as well as her education of over 20 years dealing with perpetrators of numerous heinous crimes, have given her firsthand insight into what they find appealing in their victims, which she is able to impart, as well as personal protection suggestions.
“If it could happen to me, a woman with a command presence and a position of power, it can happen to anyone,” Cortina explains. “I share my relatable experience of domestic violence and various types of abuse, gaslighting, narcissism, and financial manipulation, and how I overcame those barriers, turning my own trauma into fuel, igniting unlimited success.”
“Having the opportunity to be a TV producer with the ZondraTV Network and my own upcoming tv show has not only confirmed for me that there is life after abuse but also that I can be whatever I desire to be,” Cortina added. “I am excited to share these topics and many others on my upcoming TV show, “Caught on The Hook,” which will stream on multiple platforms and on the ZondraTV Network.”
ZondraTV is a multimedia platform company with a potential reach of more than 350 million viewers and users. ZTV is currently being televised on seven different streaming platforms. To be featured on the ZondraTV Network, visit ZondraTV.com.
About Cortina Jackson
Cortina Jackson is a gifted author who has written two fiction thriller novels, “On Earth As It Is In Hell” and “The Sounds of Silence Are the Loudest.” She is an actress appearing in films, series, commercials, and training videos.
Her most recent accomplishment was contributing writer on the feature film, “Dry Places,” written by Theo Bray, in which she also appears in her role as the counselor; she is also a contributing writer on the upcoming film, “Blind Trauma.” Cortina wrote, directed, and starred in her first short film, “Daddy,” based on true events that address the issues of domestic violence and other types of abuse.
She is a motivational/transformational speaker and mentor on domestic violence and sexual abuse; she helps others realize their life’s purpose to achieve unimaginable success. She plans on continuing her efforts of empowering, uplifting, and proposing a change to current laws concerning abuse and domestic violence as a member of the Black Speaker’s Network (BSN).
Cortina is a cohort member of the Bridge for Billions Entrepreneurship Program by United Way of Dallas, TX.
She has turned traumatic abuse into passionate advocacy missions by connecting with other victims worldwide, showing them that it is possible to break free from abusive relationships, overcome the trauma, and turn the pain into purpose.
Cortina holds 2 Master’s degrees in Safety and Criminal Justice and has worked in criminal justice and law enforcement for over 20 years.
To learn more about Cortina, visit www.cortinajackson.com. For interviews, speaking engagements, media appearances, and to connect with Cortina, visit her social account at https://linktr.ee/cortinajackson. Cortina is also on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and TikTok.