“Not only is Whytli a dream to work with, but I was blown away by her wisdom and poise as she presented a workshop to my youth group in Utah. She is naturally warm, and especially relatable to teens. Attendees felt at-ease asking a variety of questions. She was never rushed or dismissive of anyone. Whytli doesn’t dwell on the hard things she’s endured—she radiates light and encouragement and seeks genuine connections to others while lifting them up. She offered positive and practical solutions to improve our self-views and mental health. Everyone, not just teens, can benefit from the principles Whytli taught. To see her work in action, especially at such a young age, is truly inspiring!”

Colette Clark – Youth Leader

“Whytli has a passion for spreading her story and message of dating abuse/rape. Whytli was a guest on my podcast ‘Sharing Life Lessons’ and together we organized a webcast called ‘Fireside Chat with Whytli’ in which she eloquently spoke to parents of teenagers on how to discuss consent with their teenagers and also how to detect warning signs of teenager distress. I am hoping to collaborate more with Whytli to get her message out to as many teenagers and their parents as possible. I compliment Whytli for wanting to help others avoid the same bad experiences she went through and I wish her luck in it.”

Hamidah Thanawala – Podcast Host – Sharing Life Lessons

“Whytli is an incredibly well-spoken woman. She and I worked together during the pandemic to offer healing advice to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. She’s knowledgeable about alternative healing methods and is incredibly vulnerable about her own healing journey. I’d never hesitate to send a survivor I work with to Whytli for help. It was so fun working with her. I hope we have opportunities to collaborate again!”

Stevie Croisant – Founder of We Are HER

“Whytli Rogers is an inspirational person. We had the pleasure of hearing her speak in our women empowerment Facebook community. She speaks authentically, from the heart about very real and difficult subjects like; domestic violence, mental health, depression, suicide, and how she found strength to overcome personal adversity through purpose. Her talk really connected with me and other members of our community. She has a positive, easy to relate to energy and her contribution to others through sharing her story is very impactful.”

Arzo Yusuf – CEO of Sexy Boss Babe