Elizabeth Smart

Elizabeth Smart is an American child safety advocate, ABC News contributor, producer and author. She first gained national recognition in June 2002 when she was abducted from her Salt Lake City home at 14. Lifetime documented her kidnapping in I Am Elizabeth Smart (2017), which she produced. She also appeared in A&E's two-part special Elizabeth Smart: Autobiography (2017). In 2011, she founded the Elizabeth Smart Foundation to combat sexual violence. She also joined ABC News as a contributor on missing person cases. Smart has published two best sellers: My Story (2013) and Where There's Hope (2018).
Kara Robinson, Elizabeth Smart
Sisters in Survival: How Women Who Escaped Kidnappers Have Helped Each Other Heal
Elizabeth Smart Reveals Why She Stepped Out of Her 'Comfort Zone' to Appear on 'The Masked Dancer'
Missing Teen Found Alive After 3 Months
How Jayme Closs, Elizabeth Smart, Jaycee Dugard and Others Survived Headline-Making Abductions