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Terri was an integral part of the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence's growth and development, leading certification standards development and implementation processes and using her considerable advocacy skills to secure state funding for certified programs.
Her tireless and skillful advocacy at the national level has ensured that crimes of sexual violence will always be on the public agenda, and her communication skills have seen to it that coalitions have the information and tools necessary to advocate for victims and rape crisis programs at the state and local levels.
Matthew Smith Nominated by the Arkansas Coalition Against Sexual Assault Matthew Smith and his brother, Dr.
The Smith brothers had been serially abused by a coach in their childhood. Smith encountered the perpetrator working with youth at a local baseball field. Smith contacted law enforcement, which led to an investigation in which more than ten adult men were identified as victims of the coach.
Carmen is a native of Guadalajara, Mexico and is bilingual in both English and Spanish. Cimino Nominated by Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence (formerly CONNSACS) Linda J.
Cimino is an effective collaborator and champion of victim-centered service models.
Under her leadership, Peace Over Violence (formerly the Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women) has grown into a well-respected and innovative multi-service organization dedicated to ending interpersonal violence.
Patti has consulted with the entertainment industry on scripts and/or storylines about sexual assault.
While she is passionate about helping all survivors, Carmen is committed to advocating for underserved communities, especially when she is able to help them in Spanish, her native language.