Scott Frank, a father of six children and a retired “Internet Crimes Against Children Investigator” founded the Digital Empowerment Project in 2017. Scott currently travels the country speaking to parents, students and educators. Scott brings a unique perspective to his presentations having posed online as a teen for several thousand hours. His presentations are engaging, age-appropriate and relevant.
Empowering our children to make safe and healthy choices online, as Scott firmly believes, is our responsibility as trusted adults. Digitally connected children desperately need our help as statistics reveal that nearly one-half of children are navigating the digital world with little to no guidance. We must do better!. Scott strives to reach as many parents as he possibly can through his Digital Empowerment for Parents events which are frequently hosted by schools and organizations or online in a live webinar format. You can learn more at Scott’s website at https://www.digitalempowermentproject.com or on the Digital Empowerment Project Facebook page/group.