VAWA Project Coordinator / VOCA Disability Victim Advocate, Green Bay, WI
Pam Malin has worked at the intersection of disability and abuse for over 35 years. She is a presenter at the local, statewide, and national level on the topic of Sexual Assault and People with Disabilities, Healthy Relationships, Boundaries and Multi-Disciplinary Response to Victims of Abuse with Disabilities.
Ms. Malin is currently working at Disability Rights Wisconsin in the Victim Advocacy Program, as an Advocacy Specialist for the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant, where she works with victims of crime with disabilities. She is also the Violence Against Women (VAWA) Healthy and Safe Relationships Project Coordinator.
Ms. Malin is committed to sharing her knowledge and expertise with domestic abuse and sexual assault service providers, disability professionals, law enforcement, prosecutors, victim witness, and other community professionals. She is passionate about advocating for people with disabilities to have access to full and meaningful lives.