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Client Confidentiality and Data Safety


Date: Nov 28, 2022

Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Price: Free for members and their staff; $35/Non-members

This webinar will focus on safety, privacy, and confidentiality in the context of providing advocacy services for survivors of abuse. Topics will include core privacy and confidentiality concepts, providing digital services, and how advocates can use technology in ways that minimize risk to survivor privacy.


Toby Shulruff
Toby works at the intersection of technology and gender-based violence to analyze the impacts of technologies such as the Internet of Things, communication tools, and data security, and to develop strategies to increase survivor safety and privacy. Toby has worked to strengthen organizations, advance systems coordination, improve services for survivors, and prevent violence since 1997. Toby has a MS in Public Interest Technology from Arizona State University. She has a passion for bringing together people from a variety of backgrounds to find solutions to highly complex problems.

Chad Sniffen
Chad Sniffen has worked or volunteered in the movements against domestic and sexual violence as a prevention educator, survivor advocate, researcher, women’s self-defense instructor, and board member since 1999. He has worked for community domestic violence and rape crisis programs in California and Arizona; for campus programs at the University of Arizona and the University of California, Davis; and for state and national programs in California, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC. He earned a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Arizona in 2007



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