Giving life-saving advice
There is no perfect answer or prescription for avoiding violence. If you’re wondering what you can do to prevent anything bad from ever happening to you or someone you love, we’re going to be honest with you—nothing.
But there is much women and men can do – and must do — to sharpen their situational awareness and put their personal safety top of mind and practice.
The Diamond Arrow Group helps individuals have confidence moving forward to live life on their own terms.
An arrow through a diamond signifies courage moving forward. Let us help you feel empowered and confident in your instincts so you can live life on your terms!
About Kelly Sayre
Founder and President of The Diamond Arrow Group
Kelly Sayre empowers women with realistic tactics and tools to help them live life safely and on their own terms. Her refreshing angle on women’s safety emphasizes non-physical, proactive situational awareness techniques that recognize and avoid threatening situations before they happen.
With a grounded approach and high energy, Kelly works with law enforcement, nonprofit, corporate and youth organizations on emergency preparedness, situational awareness training and personal safety. She is a frequent speaker at national events and a guest on global podcasts.
Kelly is trained in FEMA’s Community Emergency Response Team program, the Department of Homeland Security’s Active Shooter Preparedness Workshop, and Texas A&M Extension Service’s crisis communications. She is a member of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals, TeamWomen, and the Tri-County Humane Society. Kelly lives in Minnesota with her husband, children, and a 180-pound Great Dane.
One more thing…straight from Kelly:
“For years, I worked to be who everyone else wanted me to be. I’m still not quite recovered, but with each passing day, it gets better. I enjoy a nice glass of wine, a smooth whiskey, or a good Tito’s and tonic. Don’t forget the lime. Any semblance of a peaceful moment is often interrupted by my two young boys, my studly husband, or our 180-pound Great Dane.”
– Kelly Sayre
Have questions? Connect with Kelly!
An arrow through a diamond symbolizes courage moving forward.
Learn how to become situationally aware to spot dangers before they happen.