After two decades of working with youth, Lowell found himself launched into a field that was not necessarily of his choosing–fighting sex trafficking. In 2010 he co-founded Say Something school assemblies after learning about the vulnerability of today’s youth to sex traffickers. Lowell a motivational speaker in high schools has helped establish training environments all over the United States and overseas. He and his wife Tami, lead “Building Winning Families” conferences, as well as, serve as Directors with F.RE.E. International an organization that exists to abolish modern day slavery.

“Having strong, involved, and supportive families is the best deterrent of evil in our world.” Tami and Lowell live in Frenchtown, Montana. They have four children, Courtney, Carson, Lacey and Allison. Family is their top priority, which is evident by the stadium chairs, logo wear, and the ability to live on popcorn and sunflower seeds.