About the Instructor
Veronica holds a Masters of Arts degree in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University and a Bachelors in Psychology and International Relations from Virginia Commonwealth University. She currently serves as the Community Education and Training Program Manager at the Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (JCADA). She previously managed the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) "DELTA Impact" grant on violence prevention initiatives for the entire state of Tennessee. Her statewide leadership focused on ACEs (adverse childhood experiences) prevention, economic and policy implementation, and curriculum development. She has also provided campus outreach and education at Vanderbilt University and Georgetown University. In addition to prevention, she also has 4 years of experience in victim advocacy including serving as a Safe Helpline Shift Manager for the Rape Abuse Incest National Network (RAINN) Safe Helpline military hotline in Washington, D.C. She aims to create culture change via commitment to decolonizing and anti-oppression approaches. Her work is informed by public health and conflict resolution approaches to violence prevention.
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“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.”