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Shellie Severa

Shellie Severa is the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Victim Advocate for the 354th Fighter Wing of the U.S. Air Force. In that position, she assists survivors of sexual assault with reporting and referral services, assists in the management of the annual base program budget, and supervises volunteer victim advocates. In 2017, her work …

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Mary Reina

Mary Reina is an experienced RN, with several years of experience as a certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE). Currently, she is working on establishing a SANE program in Gold Beach, Oregon. Ms. Reina previously served as the Director of the Forensic Services Unit at the Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, California. During her time …

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Pierre De La Ossa

Pierre De La Ossa began his career with the Tucson Police Department as a civilian Community Service Officer in 2001, and he became a police officer in 2003. He spent nine years as a patrol officer, and was subsequently promoted to detective. He was first assigned to the Organized Crime Unit and then later to …

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Holly Clay

Detective Holly Clay has served with the Xenia, Ohio Police Division for 20 years. As a detective, she has investigated domestic violence, sexual abuse, missing persons and financial crimes, and she has worked collaboratively with the Internet Child Protection Unit to assist with the apprehension of sexual predators. Detective Clay has dedicated the last 18 …

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Daryl Kennedy Chansuthus

Daryl Kennedy Chansuthus is the Executive Director of Wo/Men’s Resource and Rape Assistance Program (WRAP), a dual domestic violence/sexual assault program serving 19 counties in West Tennessee. Ms. Chansuthus has served in public leadership positions for almost 40 years. Prior to joining WRAP, Ms. Chansuthus served as Executive Director of Performance and Quality Improvement for …

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Carol Adams

As a police officer, advocate, and survivor, Carol Adams is a true Game Changer. Her personal experience with domestic violence drove her decision 30 years ago to join law enforcement to protect families and hold offenders accountable. When she was a teenager, Ms. Adams’ father killed her mother after years of escalating violence and an …

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John Venuti

John Venuti currently serves as the Associate Vice President of Campus Safety and Chief of Police for Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). In that position, he oversees Public Safety and Emergency Management, as well as Parking, Transportation and Fleet. The VCU Police Department has 99 sworn police officers and over 250 security officers, making it the …

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Herb Tanner

Herb Tanner began his career in private practice, where he was named Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year in 1990 by the State Bar of Michigan. In 1994 he joined the Prosecutor’s Office in Montcalm County, Michigan, and then went on to serve as the Director of the Violence Against Women Project for the Prosecuting …

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Gael Strack

Gael Strack is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Alliance for HOPE International, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating systemic reforms and social change. This includes a number of critical programs: National Family Justice Center Alliance, Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention, Camp HOPE America, Justice Legal Network, and VOICES Survivor Network. Prior to launching …

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Tess Sherman

Tess Sherman has created change in her community by working as a Crime Intelligence Analyst for the Austin Police Department since 1998. She started out in property crimes before transferring her focus to violent crimes like robbery, homicide, and special investigations. Ms. Sherman was also the assigned analyst supporting APD’s Sex Crimes, Child Abuse, and …

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