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Elizabeth Balcarcel has been a part of the anti-violence movement since 2003 and currently works with the Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault and the Resource Sharing Project as the Technical Assistance Specialist providing support and technical assistance to Project Sites and Iowa State Programs.
Elizabeth worked for a dual domestic violence/sexual assault program LUNA where she was a Sexual Assault Coordinator/Domestic Violence Advocate. She also provides awareness workshops like: “Know Your Rights,” sexual violence prevention, Spanish Seeking Safety Groups, life skills and legal remedies for immigrant women. Bayliff is an attorney and educator with twenty-seven years of experience working on issues related to sexual assault.
In addition, she presents at conferences and professional organizations throughout the United States, Canada and Europe about violence against women and children. For the last year and a half he has worked exclusively with survivors of domestic violence, interpersonal violence, sexual assault, and childhood sexual assault, including adults molested as children.
Some of the most powerful, meaningful, and effective in which he has participated has been as a co-facilitator of groups of adult male survivors of childhood sexual assault.
Kelley Adams, MPH, is a Program Manager, Victim Advocate, and Researcher for Violence Prevention & Response (VPR) at MIT, which addresses sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, stalking, and harassment in the MIT community.
Her research interests include gender- based violence, service provision and utilization, organizational culture, and institutional level changes as they impact individuals. is the Executive Director of Confidentiality Institute, which empowers people to protect privacy.
Jennifer Benner is the Resource Development Specialist at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC).Currently, she is working on a qualitative study that uses mapping to document and analyze survivors’ service utilization pathways through the Institute and in the broader community, and she was heavily involved in creating the 2014 MIT climate survey on sexual assault. In partnership with National Network to End Domestic Violence, Confidentiality Institute trains VAWA grantees on privacy and technology issues.As Principal Consultant with Aiken Strategic Partners, Ms.Archi also advocated on a local and national level to stop violence against women and girls such as female genital mutilation, honor violence, forced marriage, and domestic violence.She co-founded a coalition to stop female genital mutilation in the United States and co-led the South Asian Task Force on Domestic Violence.