Patricia is a graduate of Wagner College 90' in Staten Island New York , and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work. Patricia has also attended The New York University Graduate School Of Social Work. Patricia is the bestselling author of "Snatched From The Fire", which is an autobiography about how she overcame domestic violence. Patricia is the President and CEO of Snatched From The Fire Sportswear, which is a product Line that empowers victims of domestic violence. The LOGO represents hope, faith, inner-peace, and self-confidence.Patricia is the recipient of The
Patricia is a graduate of Wagner College 90' in Staten Island New York , and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work. Patricia has also attended The New York University Graduate School Of Social Work.
Patricia is the bestselling author of "Snatched From The Fire", which is an autobiography about how she overcame domestic violence.
Patricia is the President and CEO of Snatched From The Fire Sportswear, which is a product Line that empowers victims of domestic violence. The LOGO represents hope, faith, inner-peace, and self-confidence.
Patricia is the recipient of The NAACP William A. Morris Humanitarian Award, 2011 (Staten Island Chapter). This award is given to individuals who have affirmed America's promise to the community. Patricia is a member of The National Association of Professional Women.
Patricia is a member of New York State Women Inc. (Staten Island Chapter). Patricia is a member of The Staten Island Economic Development Corp. (Executive Women's Council). Patricia is a member of The Staten Island Chamber of Commerce.
Patricia is the Host, Founder, and Executive Producer of Elderview Talkshow, which airs on Time Warner Cable, and Verizon Fios. She has been featured in articles of The Staten Island Advance and New York Daily News regarding her achievements.
Patricia is also the founder of The Patricia Amis Foundation For Victims Of Domestic Violence.
For more information, please visit www.patriciaamis.com. A percentage of products sold from her sportswear line will be donated to agencies that help victims to safely walk away from their dangerous situations.
www.patriciaamis.com or www.snatchedfromthefiresportswear.com
I am proud to know Patricia professionally. She has taken a very hard time in her life and made a change for herself as well as helping others. She Shows us that healing can happen…… A cycle can be broken……… She has created a business inspiring other lives … Chrissy Mazzola, North American Df, President
I met Patricia Amis almost a year ago and I was instantly impressed by her passion and compassion in addressing the issue of Domestic Violence. Too often it is a silent and unreported situation which destroys lives and families. Patricia took her desire to help a step further than just talking about it – she created, designed and produced a clothing line to raise funds to address the issue through her woman owned business - Snatched From The Fire Sportswear-. Patricia is an impressive woman – focused on change, focused on doing her part to make a difference in the lives of those who are or have been impacted by Domestic Violence. She is someone you want to know and want to support.
Sallyann Bartels, Staten Island, New York
The empowerment offered by Patricia’s story incites strength in any person who hears it. Her SFTF initiative is a productive way to turn a terrible reality for many women into hope.
Dr. John Piazza, NY Chiropractic and Physical Therapy
As a victim of domestic violence, The Snatched From The Fire Sportswear LOGO has empowered me and gave me more confidence.
Patricia’s speaking engagements have not only empowered me, but has given me the confidence to walk away from a violent situation, that in the past I did not have the strength to do so. May God continue to allow Patricia to empower others and to help them to be snatched from the fire like she was. Her autobiography has also helped me and the support group that I attend. Her experienced helped me to “escape” the chains of domestic violence.
Yvette Sanchez, Buffalo, NY
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