Webinar: Reopening Your Programs Post COVID
Date: Sep 01, 2021 09/01/21 and 9/22/21
Time: 10:00 AM – 90 Minutes
Price: Free for members; $35/Non-members
This upcoming webinar series will provide guidance and discussion on how DV programs can safely reopen during the pandemic. We will provide an overview of federal requirements for programs, public health considerations and options for addressing the needs of survivors from a trauma-informed and survivor-centered perspective as DV programs are gradually or fully re-opening their shelters and offices for services across the nation.
Kimberly Feeney currently serves as a Deputy Director of the Capacity Technical Assistance Team at NNEDV. With nearly 20 years of experience in the Domestic Violence field, she has a Bachelor’s in Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies from the University of South Carolina and a Master’s in Women’s Studies from the University of South Florida (USF). Prior to joining NNEDV, Kimberly spent four and half years as a Senior Family Violence Program Specialist in the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act (FVPSA) Program at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Before joining FVPSA, Kimberly spent 8 years at the South Carolina Department of Social Services as the FVPSA State Administrator and Domestic Violence Shelter Program Coordinator. She has also served as a legal advocate at a local domestic violence program in Florida. Kimberly entered the field through internships at several local domestic violence programs in both undergraduate and graduate school. In addition, she held multiple graduate teaching and graduate research assistantships focused on intimate partner violence for both the College of Public Health and the Department of Women’s Studies at USF. She has worked on fatality review, state and local DV Task Forces, partnered with community based advocacy groups focused on the needs of underserved and culturally specific populations, and has experience providing shelter and community based services through answering hotline calls, facilitating support groups, and assisting survivor’s through criminal and civil court. Kimberly’s experience at the local, state, and national level has provided her a well-rounded perspective when consulting with and providing training and technical assistance to States, State Domestic Violence Coalitions, Tribes, and local Domestic Violence Programs.
Ellen Yin-Wycoff serves as the Deputy Director for the Capacity Technical Assistance Team at the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV). She has worked in the violence against women movement (and nonprofit sector) for over 35 years as a Director, Manager, Coordinator, Board member, and Advocate at statewide domestic violence and sexual assault coalitions in California, Colorado, and Iowa, along with several local domestic violence and sexual assault organizations. She was the former President and a founding Board Member at My Sister’s House, a culturally-specific domestic violence and sexual violence program serving the Asian Pacific Islander communities in Sacramento, California. Ellen also served as the former Chair, Vice Chair, and member of the National Advisory Council at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). She has also served as a member of the Advisory Committees for the Women of Color Network (WOCN) and the National Organization for Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault (SCESA). She has also served as an appointed member and Vice Chair of the State Advisory Committee on Sexual Assault Victim Services through the California Office of Emergency Services (CALOES).
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