Kelly Walk Hines
KELLY WALK HINES has been a psychiatric nurse specializing in child and adolescent mental health for over twenty years. She wrote a locally distributed child and adolescent handbook in 1993. Facing a turbulent childhood, she made it her life mission to speak for those who have lost their voices. Through her advocacy for the awareness of partner and child abuse, many have been changed and even saved by her intervention. She lives in New Jersey with her two adult children. Kelly is the author of Memoirs of an Invisible Child, a Hope in the Darkness book about the murder of her mother when Kelly was age three and how she became invisible.