Hi! My name is Shawn Hart, and I am the CEO and Founder of Three Hart Connection. I created this organization specifically for those who have experienced domestic violence or intimate partner violence and the communities who support them. We work with other agencies, companies, allies and have also created our own programs to provide services and resources to those in the domestic violence community. I am a mother, disabled veteran and have a BA in Organizational Management. My experience as a survivor of domestic violence has provided me the unique opportunity to educate and empower others from a first hand perspective. I am passionate about advocating and helping people discover their true mental and physical strength on their journey to freedom.
Hello, my name is Crystal Hart, and I am the COO at Three Hart Connection. My undergrad is in American Sign Language English Interpretation (ASLEI) with a minor in Biology and I also have a PharmD degree. I am in Pharmaceutical Research by trade. What I am most passionate about with our nonprofit is mental well-being. I truly believe that you have to start with a good foundation to live a happy and healthy life. When you value and love yourself, you have the strength to walk away from people that may be harmful to you and your loved ones. I am also a veteran and a mother. My goal is for Three Hart Connection to be a great network of helpful information and resources to empower survivors in every way.
Hello, I am Candice Hart, and I am the CFO at Three Hart Connection. I am an Air Force veteran and am studying to be a nurse. I am passionate about taking care of people and helping others figure out what is needed to take the next positive step. Mental health has always been very important to me. That feeling has multiplied substantially after my time in the military and different relationships I have been in. Thankfully, God has granted us all free will which opens the door for many different experiences. You will find that we all have many our own experiences in our organization; each one built to empower us all to propel one another to another level. We are here to help in any way possible!
Hello, I am Melissa Beebe-Perry, I am the Chief Administrative Officer and sit on the Board of Directors at Three Hart Connection. I have my undergrad degree in Psychology and my Master’s degree in Human Resources. I am a Human Resources professional by trade, but my deepest passions are closely aligned with the three pillars of our organization. I believe that mental well-being and physical well-being are core components of the foundation of overall well-being. .
My name is Arthur Calloway, I am the CSO and sit on the Board of Directors at Three Hart Connection. I am an Air Force veteran and have multiple degrees to include an MBA. My personal mission is to help improve the community by being an ally to increase domestic violence awareness and prevent racial injustices imposed on the community. I am passionate about service and helping those in need. Additionally, I believe in empowering people through education and providing them with resources.
Hi, I'm Jessica James Peavy from Hartsville, SC. Founder of " Beyond The Tears Advocacy", #JusticeForCaleb & Co-founder of Project: CJ. I am a graduate of the University of South Carolina. I lost my son, Caleb James to Teen Dating Violence in 2021. His story went national and made its way to California and to the attention of Three Hart Connection. I am now a partner and advocate. My passion is helping all victims that are affected by Domestic Violence and Teen Dating Violence. Together we can make change! Breaking the cycle one Hart at a time. " Love should never hurt!"
I am an Associate Clinical Social Worker with 30 years of professional experience in the field of social work services helping clients with domestic violence, depression, anxiety, grief, motivation, self-esteem, life transitions, various traumas and more. I actively serve alongside my husband in ministry at our local church. Currently, I’m a doctoral student concentrating in Theology and Biblical Counseling.
I have a non-judgmental style that is warm, caring, and supportive. With respect, sensitivity, and compassion, I will listen to you and work to empower you in making progress on your goals. Together, we can identify your strengths and develop new ways to cope with life’s challenges. I hope to help you find joy and meaning in your life.
My approach combines multiple therapeutic methods, including solution-focused therapy, supportive therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and acceptance commitment therapy.
You are already taking the first step toward caring for your mental health. If you are ready to take the next step with me, I can provide you with a safe and encouraging space. I look forward to starting this journey with you!