Presenter Bios

 

“Movement and Momentum: The Energy and Strategy to Push Us Forward”

2019 Biennial Conference

Tuesday May 14th, 2019

 

10:45am- 12:00pm                Breakout Session #1

 Employing Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies When Filling The Justice Gap for Survivors

Amy E. Duffy is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor as well as Nationally Certified Counselor, specializing in trauma and sexual violence for fourteen years in North Carolina. In addition to state and national certifications, Ms. Duffy became a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional through the International Association of Trauma Professionals. Ms. Duffy is also a doctoral student at North Carolina State University, focusing her research on sexual violence, gender inequality, rape culture, and multicultural and social justice competencies.

 

Looking in the Mirror

Angélica Wind was born to migrant farm workers who eventually settled in NC. From a young age, she witnessed injustices in the farm worker community that instilled in her a high sense of commitment to the struggle for social justice. She has been involved in several social justice movements that include immigrant rights, women’s reproductive rights, and gender equality. Prior to joining, Our VOICE, Angélica worked at the NCCADV as their Immigrant Outreach Specialist and Pisgah Legal Services as their Bilingual Court Advocate. She was the recipient of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s Visionary Voice Award for the State of North Carolina. Angélica has a bachelor’s degree from St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, North Carolina and a Juris Doctorate from North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina.

 

 Ain’t I a Woman Too? The Intersections of Race, Victimhood & Survivorship

April-Autumn Jenkins is an experienced Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Public Speaker with a demonstrated history of working in non-profits, healthcare settings and the higher education industry. She is a skilled trainer and has provided services for youth & young adults for over 20 years. April-Autumn the CEO of establisHER: Counseling and Life Solutions. Under establisHER, April-Autumn utilizes different modalities in specific programs to meet her client’s needs. Those programs are establisHER 1st: K-12 Therapeutic Program, Finding ME: Individual & Group Counseling, Thrift Therapy which is her brief, solution focused therapy and My Sisters Business, a non-profit organization seeking to mentor, connect, elevate and support women who are small business owners or women who desire to become entrepreneurs. April-Autumn has extensive experience facilitating difficult conversations and providing counsel on trauma, relationships, violence prevention and the implementation of individual and social change. She has educated corporate entities, faith-based agencies, community organizations, emergency responders, students, faculty and staff on the prevention of and the response to violence. She has provided seminars and trainings at Texas A&M University, North Carolina State University, Texas Southern University, North Carolina Central University, Duke University, Rice University and the University of Wisconsin to name a few.

 

Fight’s Not Over: HB2’s Effects on Violence Against LGBTQ North Carolinians

Deena Fulton is the Programs Director at NCCADV. She graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a BA in Global Studies and an MPH with a focus on health behavior. Deena directs programs that focus on changing the systems that enable intimate partner violence to happen. Currently, these programs include primary prevention, economic justice, and housing access. She is committed to an intersectional, anti-oppression approach to making change across systems to build a more just and less violent society. Deena has experience in program management, implementation, and evaluation. She has previously managed NCCADV’s DELTA prevention programs and provided training and technical assistance to rape crisis centers across California in support of the Rape Prevention and Education program. She has also designed and implemented rigorous, mixed-methods evaluation, worked in adolescent health, and volunteered in sexual health promotion.

Ames Simmons is a queer white trans man serving as Equality NC’s Policy Director. He provides vision and strategic direction for Equality NC’s policy and advocacy agenda with the North Carolina General Assembly and the state’s executive branch and administrative agencies. He also works with local governments and federal policymakers to achieve Equality NC’s mission of health, equity and safety for all LGBTQ North Carolinians. His work is rooted in community-based efforts prioritizing anti-violence, anti-oppression and transgender justice. Ames attended Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA, graduating with a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish, and Emory University Law School, where he earned a juris doctor degree. He previously served for almost two decades as in-house counsel at a healthcare consulting company based in Atlanta.

 

1:30pm- 3:00pm                    Breakout Session #2

Remembering Who I am In the Movement

Monica Kearny is the Executive Director of Safe Space, Inc. Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault services agency in Franklin County. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the UNC-Greensboro and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of New England. Monica has over twenty years of experience in the social work profession. Monica is a trailblazer for women and children and for those issues which impede upon their health and well-being. Her spirituality, family, and network of supportive friends, keep her grounded and strengthened. Lived experiences fuel her passion and commitment to enhance programs and the network of services in Franklin County that will empower all who suffer from the traumatic impact of domestic violence and sexual assault.

 

Human Trafficking in the Historical Context of U.S. Slavery

Robin Colbert is an award winning Executive, Program Manager, Administrator, and Leader with over 30 years of experience in program development, multiple program management and project implementation with an emphasis in strategic planning, policy development and implementation, and financial management. Robin is celebrating her 9th year as the Associate Director of the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NCCASA), where she provides general oversight over the Rape Prevention Education Program and manages NCCASA’s Anti-Human Trafficking and Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) programmatic internal operations work to develop systems, realigns agency functions to improve overall agency technical assistance, training & member service response to better serve victim survivors. As a result of her leadership, Robin serves on both the Just Detention International’s (JDI) Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) and Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Advisory Committees and is a consultant with the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC). JDI is a health and human rights organization that seeks to end sexual abuse in all forms of detention and NHTTAC delivers training and technical assistance to inform and enhance the public health response to human trafficking. Robin is the current President of the North Carolina Victim Assistance Network (NCVAN). NCVAN is a statewide non-profit that advocates for victims of violent crime, especially surviving family members of homicide victims. Through advocacy, training, and technical assistance, NCVAN supports the rights and well-being of surviving loved ones of homicide victims and others harmed by violent crime in North Carolina. Robin has a dedicated record of service and has been awarded for leadership, innovation, and collaboration with partners and stakeholders and is respected for integrity, perseverance, and consensus building.

 Christy Croft is the Anti-Human Trafficking Specialist for the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and comes to this work with over 25 years of direct services, activism, and organizing. Before coming to NCCASA, she worked almost a decade in sexual violence prevention and crisis response at her local rape crisis center and as an independent consent and sexuality educator. Her interdisciplinary master’s degree focused on gender theory, global human rights, and social justice.

 

Serving Survivors from the South East Asian Communities and Survivors

Sangeetha Menon joined Kiran in the fall of 2014. As an immigrant herself, Sangeetha is a strong social justice advocate and deeply passionate about providing culturally specific services to victims of domestic violence in North Carolina. Sangeetha earned her Bachelor of Arts in Economics (honors) from Delhi University in India and her Masters in Marketing Management from the Times School of Marketing in India. During her tenure at Kiran, Sangeetha conceptualized and led the first ever Kiran Walkathon to raise community awareness for the organization. Sangeetha is currently an Advisory Board member of Courts Applying Solutions to End Intimate Partner Violence which is being conducted at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. Sangeetha also sits on Violence Against Women Act and Victims of Crime Act implementation planning team conducted by the Governors Crime Commission. Sangeetha can be reached at sangeetha@kiraninc.org.

Shagufta Hakeem joined Kiran as the Outreach Coordinator in 2017. From 2016-2017, she completed her year of service with AmeriCorps that focused on youth literacy education.  In 2015, Shagufta graduated from Duke University with a Masters in Liberal Studies. Her research involved transnational feminism, Islamophobia and Orientalism. In addition, Shagufta pursued her B.S.B.A in International Business and B.A in Criminal Justice from UNC-Charlotte. In addition to conducting outreach events and assisting the Kiran team with client advocacy-related issues, Shagufta continues to pursue research related to technology, transnational women’s movements and social justice.

 

Post-Rape DNA Recovery Factors & Techniques, and the NC State Crime Lab

Katherine Ariano, BA, BSN, RN, CEN, SANE-A

 Kallie Young, Forensic Scientist

 

PREA 101: Working with Incarcerated Survivors

Tara Graham, MPH, is a Senior Program Director in JDI’s Washington, D.C. office. She provides training and technical assistance to corrections agencies on preventing and responding to sexual abuse in detention. She has been working on the development and implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act standards for more than 10 years, including at the National PREA Resource Center. Her research experience includes interviewing homeless and runaway youth and incarcerated women about issues including drug use, sexual behaviors, and experience with physical and sexual violence. Tara is a graduate of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Previously, Tara served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania working on HIV/AIDS prevention with an emphasis on women and youth.

Lisa Cook began her first experiences in law enforcement interning with state park rangers in 2006. Since then, her positions have given her opportunities to work with the state prison system, community corrections, and a local Sheriff’s office. She is a Department of Justice certified PREA Auditor, and proceeds as an active volunteer at North Carolina’s oldest rape crisis center, Our VOICE. Lisa has assisted with training and technical assistance on local, regional, and national levels directly related to the sexual safety of custodial facilities for over 5 years. She continues assisting agencies navigate the challenges of meeting best practices.

 

3:10pm- 4:40pm                    Breakout Session #3

 After Surviving R Kelly: Who’s Got Black Girls’ Backs?

Chimi Boyd-Keys is a successful entrepreneur and much sought-after consultant, speaker, trainer and grant writer. She is passionate about creating programs and initiatives that develop leaders and promote an equitable, inclusive environment. As a seasoned Higher Education professional for 18 years, Chimi has worked extensively on women’s and gender issues and topics relating to other marginalized populations. She has directed two university Women’s Centers, one at a historically black university (HBCU) and one at a predominantly white university (PWI). Chimi is a co-Principal Investigator of the only published study that exists on Sexual Assault at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and has been a consultant for the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women, Research Triangle Institute, the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, several other state coalitions, the US Army, in addition to numerous colleges and non-profits all over the US. She also serves on both NC Domestic Violence Prevention and Sexual Assault Prevention taskforces.

 

The True Legacy of False Accusations

Kat R. Vann is a Queer, Non-binary Writer, Educator and Mischievous Agent of Joy. They are a survivor of sexual violence, have worked with survivors for over 9 years, and firmly believes in the transformative power of the heart and imagination. Kat moved to Asheville, North Carolina in their late teens and built a nest of chosen family for which they feel extremely grateful. Currently, Kat works at Our VOICE, the local Rape Crisis and Prevention Center, teaching middle schoolers about consent and boundaries. They also hold Bachelors Degrees from Warren Wilson College in English and Philosophy and a MFA in Fiction from Solstice MFA in Creative Writing Program at Pine Manor College. When not teaching, Kat is working on poems, writing a YA speculative fiction novel, fostering and reveling in healing spaces with their friends, as well as co-dreaming with their cat, Lunchbox, and rabbit, Mr. Klaus Buttersnaps.

 

Anatomy of Danger: How Anatomy & Physiology Could Improve Strangulation Responses & Investigations

Lauren Schwartz, BS, RN, SANE-A, is a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and Director of the Solace Center, a medical-forensic examination center at InterAct. She has been a registered nurse since 2012 and specialized in caring for patients and their families within the medical, surgical, and cardio-thoracic intensive care units. In addition to nursing, Lauren obtained two bachelor’s degrees in criminal justice: forensics and criminal psychology. She has provided forensic nursing services, in both hospital and community-based programs, since 2015. Since becoming a forensic nurse examiner, she has been active in the International Association of Forensic Nursing, both at the national and state-chapter level. Lauren has also been passionate about strangulation education, prevention, and intervention and has provided multiple trainings for the community and multi-disciplinary team on strangulation and other topics surrounding sexual violence and forensic nursing care. Lauren serves as co-facilitator of the Wake County Sexual Assault Response Team and a member of the Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Working Group. You can reach Lauren at Laurens@interactofwake.org.

 

PREA and Corrections Culture

Tara Graham, MPH, is a Senior Program Director in JDI’s Washington, D.C. office. She provides training and technical assistance to corrections agencies on preventing and responding to sexual abuse in detention. She has been working on the development and implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act standards for more than 10 years, including at the National PREA Resource Center. Her research experience includes interviewing homeless and runaway youth and incarcerated women about issues including drug use, sexual behaviors, and experience with physical and sexual violence. Tara is a graduate of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Previously, Tara served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania working on HIV/AIDS prevention with an emphasis on women and youth.

 Lisa Cook began her first experiences in law enforcement interning with state park rangers in 2006. Since then, her positions have given her opportunities to work with the state prison system, community corrections, and a local Sheriff’s office. She is a Department of Justice certified PREA Auditor, and proceeds as an active volunteer at North Carolina’s oldest rape crisis center, Our VOICE. Lisa has assisted with training and technical assistance on local, regional, and national levels directly related to the sexual safety of custodial facilities for over 5 years. She continues assisting agencies navigate the challenges of meeting best practices.

  

“Movement and Momentum: The Energy and Strategy to Push Us Forward”

2019 Biennial Conference

Wednesday May 15th, 2019

 

10:30am- 12:00pm                Breakout Session #4

Check Your Workplace: Ending Workplace Sexual Harassment & Violence

Aaron Polkey focuses on FUTURES’ workplace safety and judicial education initiatives. He has developed curricula and trained individuals from varied disciplines, including public and private employers and workers, judges, advocates, and professional athletes. Prior to joining FUTURES, Aaron served as an Attorney Advisor with the D.C. Office of the Tenant Advocate, where he fought for affordable and safe housing. Aaron also advocated for equal voting rights with a national nonprofit, and practiced trial law with a prominent firm that specializes in civil rights matters. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and the University of South Carolina School of Law.

 

Making the Right Call: Implementing A Structured Follow-Up Process

Tracy Kennedy is the Executive Director of REAL Crisis, Intervention Services located in Greenville NC. She has been working in the field of victim services for nearly 30 years. She has been proactive in developing protocols and implementing services to sexual assault victims/survivors.

 

Harvest Without Violence: Farmworker Women Ending and Preventing Sexual Violence

Julia De laCruz is a staff member and leader of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW).  Originally from Guerrero, Mexico, she has worked in the agricultural fields of the United States for over a decade as a migrant farmworker.  As part of the Fair Food Program education team, Ms. de la Cruz and her colleagues conduct workers’ rights education in seven states along the East Coast throughout the year.  Ms. de la Cruz was also a member of the CIW team working with Futures Without Violence, which collaborated with CIW and other Fair Food Program partners on the first sexual harassment training curriculum for the agricultural sector in the U.S.  Ms. de la Cruz’s work at the CIW includes hosting daily radio shows on the CIW’s low-power community FM radio station, leading the weekly women’s group meetings, receiving complaints of abuses in the fields, and managing wage theft claims.

Alex Schelle is a national co-coordinator with the Alliance for Fair Food (AFF) with a focus on the faith ally branch, the Faith Network. The AFF works in partnership with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW), a farmworker-led human rights organization. The AFF focuses on bringing more corporations into the CIW’s award-winning human rights protections program, the Fair Food Program, by organizing with allies across the country, including women’s rights, labor rights, food justice, and grassroots organizations, as well as people of faith, students, and all conscious consumers. Please get in touch with Alex at alex@allianceforfairfood.org, or 239-255-8418.

 

Advocating for Incarcerated LGBTI Survivors

Tara Graham, MPH, is a Senior Program Director in JDI’s Washington, D.C. office. She provides training and technical assistance to corrections agencies on preventing and responding to sexual abuse in detention. She has been working on the development and implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act standards for more than 10 years, including at the National PREA Resource Center. Her research experience includes interviewing homeless and runaway youth and incarcerated women about issues including drug use, sexual behaviors, and experience with physical and sexual violence. Tara is a graduate of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Previously, Tara served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania working on HIV/AIDS prevention with an emphasis on women and youth.

Lisa Cook began her first experiences in law enforcement interning with state park rangers in 2006. Since then, her positions have given her opportunities to work with the state prison system, community corrections, and a local Sheriff’s office. She is a Department of Justice certified PREA Auditor, and proceeds as an active volunteer at North Carolina’s oldest rape crisis center, Our VOICE. Lisa has assisted with training and technical assistance on local, regional, and national levels directly related to the sexual safety of custodial facilities for over 5 years. She continues assisting agencies navigate the challenges of meeting best practices.

 

Community Colleges Re-Envisioned: Sites for Community- Level Primary Prevention

The NC Community College Student Organizing and Advocacy Project Subrecipient Cohort

 

 1:30pm- 3:00pm                    Breakout Session #5

 Survivor Storytelling for Social Change

Amita Swadhin is an organizer, educator, storyteller, and strategist working to end interpersonal and institutional violence against young people. Their work stems from their experiences as a non-binary, femme, queer woman of color, daughter of immigrants from India, and years of childhood abuse by their parents, including eight years of rape by their father. In 2016, Amita received a Just Beginnings Collaborative Fellowship, allowing them to launch Mirror Memoirs, a national storytelling and organizing project centering the narratives, healing and leadership of LGBTQI+ people of color who survived child sexual abuse, in service of ending rape culture and other forms of oppression. From 2016-2018, they recorded 60 stories from survivors across 15 states in the US, and have given over 100 trainings and keynotes on this intersectional praxis at colleges, conferences and nonprofits nationwide. In January 2017, they testified on behalf of survivors of sexual violence and LGBTQ Americans as a witness for the Democratic Party against Jeff Sessions’ nomination as the US Attorney General. From 2009 to 2012, Amita was the Project Coordinator and a cast member of Secret Survivors, an off-off-Broadway production they co-created with the award-winning Ping Chong & Company, featuring adult survivors of child sexual abuse telling their stories through theater. Amita is also a published writer whose work has appeared in the anthologies Dear Sister: Letters from Survivors of Sexual Violence, Queering Sexual Violence, Pleasure Activism, and the forthcoming Beyond Surviving: Stories and Strategies from the Transformative Justice Movement.Over the past twenty years, they have been an executive director, board chair, youth organizer, faculty member and consultant at organizations serving low-income, immigrant and LGBTQ+ communities of color. They hold a Master’s in Public Administration from NYU, where they were a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship, and a Bachelor’s in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.

 

Camino a la Resiliencia

Angélica Wind was born to migrant farm workers who eventually settled in NC. From a young age, she witnessed injustices in the farm worker community that instilled in her a high sense of commitment to the struggle for social justice. She has been involved in several social justice movements that include immigrant rights, women’s reproductive rights, and gender equality. Prior to joining, Our VOICE, Angélica worked at the NCCADV as their Immigrant Outreach Specialist and Pisgah Legal Services as their Bilingual Court Advocate. She was the recipient of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s Visionary Voice Award for the State of North Carolina. Angélica has a bachelor’s degree from St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, North Carolina and a Juris Doctorate from North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina.

 

 Addressing Sexual Assault in North Carolina: Improvements and Reforms

Holly Jones works for the North Carolina Department of Justice in the Public Protection Section. Her primary responsibility is to coordinate community partnerships with the Attorney General’s office and be a representative for the department in Western North Carolina. Prior to working for the Department of Justice, Holly worked for twenty-one years with the YWCA, whose mission is the empowerment of women and the elimination of racism. She held the Executive Director’s role in Asheville for sixteen years and then was the Southeast regional director for the YWCA USA. Holly was also a local elected official for 15 years, serving both on Asheville City Council and Buncombe County Board of Commissioners. She was a strong advocate for public safety issues in this elected role and spearheaded many efforts to address domestic and sexual violence in Buncombe County. Holly is a native of North Carolina, growing up in Anson County and Asheboro. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy Analysis from UNC Chapel Hill, a Masters of Divinity from Duke and a Master’s of Public Health also from UNC-CH. She currently lives in Asheville NC.

 

Gender Affirming SANE Care

Camille Defêche Mackler, RN, BSN, BA, CEN, SANE, is a Certified Emergency Nurse and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner at Duke University Hospital. She is committed to improving care for LGBTQ+ patients, in particular sexual assault survivors and those seeking care in the emergency department. She previously served on the LGBTQ Services and Outreach Committee and is a participant on the LGBTQ Community Advisory Board, a joint effort between Duke Family Medicine and the Duke Child and Adolescent Gender Clinic. She has a background in global health and has worked with the UCSF Women’s HIV Clinic and the Primary Care Coalition. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Family Medicine at UNC Chapel Hill.

 

Untangling PREA’s Confidentiality and Reporting Obligations

Tara Graham, MPH, is a Senior Program Director in JDI’s Washington, D.C. office. She provides training and technical assistance to corrections agencies on preventing and responding to sexual abuse in detention. She has been working on the development and implementation of the Prison Rape Elimination Act standards for more than 10 years, including at the National PREA Resource Center. Her research experience includes interviewing homeless and runaway youth and incarcerated women about issues including drug use, sexual behaviors, and experience with physical and sexual violence. Tara is a graduate of the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Previously, Tara served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Tanzania working on HIV/AIDS prevention with an emphasis on women and youth.

Lisa Cook began her first experiences in law enforcement interning with state park rangers in 2006. Since then, her positions have given her opportunities to work with the state prison system, community corrections, and a local Sheriff’s office. She is a Department of Justice certified PREA Auditor, and proceeds as an active volunteer at North Carolina’s oldest rape crisis center, Our VOICE. Lisa has assisted with training and technical assistance on local, regional, and national levels directly related to the sexual safety of custodial facilities for over 5 years. She continues assisting agencies navigate the challenges of meeting best practices.

 

 

“Movement and Momentum: The Energy and Strategy to Push Us Forward”

2019 Biennial Conference

Thursday May 16th, 2019

 

10:30am- 12:00pm                Breakout Session #6 

We Too: Self-Care for Advocates

A NC native, Meredith Hooks has a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Appalachian State University and fourteen years of experience in the victim services field with the bulk of that time spent helping domestic violence and sexual assault survivors navigate the civil and criminal court systems. Currently she is the victim advocacy program coordinator for Family Service of the Piedmont in Greensboro, NC where she supervises a team of advocates, interns, and volunteers stationed in the Guilford County Family Justice Center.

 

Building a Movement by Building a Coalition

Pam Strickland is the founder of North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now. NC Stop Human Trafficking is a member of the NC Coalition Against Human Trafficking, and Pam served as an officer until she rotated off the Board in December 2018. In 2016, Pam led the effort to start the Pitt County Coalition Against Human Trafficking, modeled after the state-wide group. Pam trains professional groups in how to recognize human trafficking and respond to it. Groups trained in recent months include law enforcement, social workers, teachers, counselors, therapists, hotel/motel staff, healthcare providers and Crisis Intervention Teams.

 

Trauma Informed Supervision

Cat Fribley is a white, queer, fat, Midwestern femme building community, liberation practices, and non-traditional relationships wherever she is. She loves reading, gardening, birding, cooking, and civil disobedience, among other things. She has a lifetime commitment to trying to be kind and truthful and to interrupt others less. She has spent the last 25 years trying to make the world a more loving and supportive place for child sexual abuse survivors like herself, and more often than not, leaving a trail of glitter behind her. Cat is a survivor, an advocate, a doula, and (previously) an apprenticing midwife. She directs the Resource Sharing Project (RSP) for the Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault and provides capacity building training and support to those working to end sexual violence across the country. Cat has worked to end sexual violence since 1994 and trains on a broad range of issues with special interest areas including survivors giving birth, healing sexuality, anti-racist organizing, organizational development, and ethical communication.

 

Minimizing Survivor’s Re-victimization Through Trauma Informed Forensic Nursing Practices

Visha K. Burkart, BSN, RN, SANE-A