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NCVRW: Expert Panel: Reflecting on 2020 and Looking to the Future of Victim Advocacy - Shared screen with speaker view
Claire Ponder Selib
18:19
We will get started momentarily as everyone enters this room!
Debbie Bradley
18:51
Good afternoon!
NOVA Webinar
19:00
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Debbie Bradley
19:03
Hello Dave!
Brandi Miller
19:09
Good afternoon from Jacksonville, FL
Joahn Sperry
19:13
What a honor to be here today!
Noe Rosas
19:19
Good Afternoon from England!
Jennifer Nissen
19:24
Hello from Meridian MS
Bryan Green
19:27
Good evening from Vicenza, Italy
Nicole Snell
19:30
Good morning from Los Angeles, CA
Ruth Gonzalez
19:30
Burins Dias from Fort Buchanan
Melissa Timlin
19:35
Good afternoon from Toledo, Ohio!
Jennifer Nissen
19:36
Hello from Meridian MS
Melissa Kitko
19:37
Hello from Alaska
Brittney Thorndyke
19:38
Hello from Boise, ID
Nicole Snell
19:38
Good morning from Los Angeles, CA
Joahn Sperry
19:39
Hello from Augusta, GA
Telet Stanley
19:39
Good Afternoon from Ft Benning, GA
Sara Danczyk
19:44
Hi from Miami
Emily Mogavero
19:46
Good afternoon from Columbus, Ohio
James Jones
19:47
Greetings from Fayetteville, NC
Jesse Uribe
19:48
Good Morning from Fort Bliss, TX
Ivette Cardelle
19:50
Good Afternoon from Fort Myers, FL
Luna Clarke
19:53
hello from Louisville, ky
Desiree McClain
19:53
Hello from Orlando, Fl
vanessa vazquez
19:54
Good Afternoon from Charlotte, NC
Cindy Michlitsch
19:56
good afternoon from Watertown SD
Mindi Haddock
19:57
Hello from Ogden, Utah :)
Shree Fisher
19:58
Good Morning from Gatesville, TX
Consuello Peek
20:00
Good Afternoon From Atlanta, GA
Joelle Ndeme
20:01
good morning everyone
Isabella Birnbaum
20:01
Hello from Boynton Beach, FL
Joseph Frederick
20:02
Good afternoon from CT
Stacey McWhinnie
20:04
Hi from Troy, NY
Nikki Platz
20:04
Hello from Cadillac, MI
Tyra McCloud
20:04
Hi from Huntsville, Tx
Miriam Blum Blum
20:04
Good Afternoon from Baltimore City, MD
Hilda Mercado
20:05
Good afternoon Hilda Mercado from MD
Niyonda Tillman
20:07
Hello from Fort Leavenworth
Shannon Nix
20:07
Hello from Columbia, SC!
Shana Sullivan
20:09
Hello from Florence, SC
David Kinney
20:11
Good morning from Indianapolis, Indiana
William Johnson Jr.
20:14
Good afternoon from Meridian MS
Kevin Mikulka
20:15
Hello from NJ
Connie BUCK
20:15
Good morning from BC, Canada!
Amy Bocks
20:17
Hi, from Tucson, AZ!
Ella Warren
20:18
Good afternoon from Frederick, MD
Danielle Carango
20:19
Hello from Ohio
Susan Young
20:23
Hello from the capital of Canada !
ANNE SEYMOUR
20:24
Hello NOVA family from Anne in DC! #NCvRW2021 #ConfirmGupta
Heather Gordon-Freitag
20:25
Hello from Washington DC
Michie Saint
20:31
good afternoon, from Norfolk, VA
Angelica DeJesus
20:32
Good afternoon from San Antonio, TX
Judith Bland
20:33
Hello from Largo, Florida!!
Chrstine Harten
20:33
Hi from Beech Island, SC
Jay Neal
20:34
Good afternoon from Chickamauga, GA
Elynne Greene
20:36
Good morning from Las vegas
Tiffany Myers
20:37
Hello from Fort Belvoir Virginia
Tracy Acup
20:40
Hello from Fort Leonard Wood MO :)
Joan Blum
20:41
Joan Blum Anne Arundel County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council Annapolis, MD
Yvonne Bryant
20:45
Good afternoon - please note my name is Yvonne Bryant. My daughter uses my tablet and in this platform, I do not have the ability to change the name
Jennie Marsh
20:46
Hello from Kansas!
Sheila Nared
20:48
Cincinnati Ohio Hello everyone!!!
Talya Mendenhall
20:48
Good afternoon from Augusta, Georgia by way of Camp Atterbury, Indiana
Lizette De La Paz
20:49
Hello from Oklahoma
Jolie Duarte
20:50
Hello from Baton Rouge, LA!
Mica Barton
20:52
Hello from Dallas, TX
Arely Hernandez
20:52
Greetings from El Paso, Texas!
CARLA FERNANDEZ
20:53
Hello from Salt Lake City UT
Stephanie Marsh
20:55
Greetings from West Point, NY!
Sherry Dunn
20:56
Hello from Sherry in Toledo
Dora Ford
20:57
Hello from Milton Florida
Laura Abbott
20:58
Good morning from Arkansas~
Lisa Crocker
21:00
Hello from FT Stewart, GA
Laura-Michel DeHaan
21:01
Hello from Diamondhead, MS!
Rita Gibson
21:02
Hello from Rita Gibson-Detroit Police Victim Assistance
Sylvia Alvarez
21:02
Good Morning from Tucson AZ!
Erick Escalera
21:04
Greetings from CPLC Domestic Violence shelter in Phoenix, AZ
Theus Dixon
21:06
Hello from Portsmouth Virginia
Joahn Sperry
21:09
What a powerful result! YES! accountability!!!!
Britnie Ramirez
21:09
Hello from NAS Lemoore
Christine Moriarty
21:10
Greetings from NY
Tyra McCloud
21:14
YES!
Jennifer Coronado
21:15
Hello from Madera, CA
Tiaheshia Robertson
21:24
California
Jay Neal
21:26
Good afternoon from Chickamauga, GA.
Cassandra Rozier
21:42
Hello from Lansing, KS
Rev Amb Michael F Agbabiaje JP, CA, CVIS
22:08
Greetings from Nigeria. Almighty God bless you all'
Joahn Sperry
22:08
YES!
Jacquelyn Galloway
22:19
Good Morning from Naval Base San Diego
Erick Escalera
22:32
Greetings from PHX, AZ, CPLC- Domestic violence shelter
Kristen Runyon
22:33
Greetings from The Family & Child Advocacy Center's Family Justice Center in Fulton County, OH :)
Cassidy Blue
22:58
Hi everyone from Chicago, IL!
Randi Temple
23:01
Greetings from Olympia, Washington
Christine Hansen
23:09
Such relief. Such sadness for an unnecessary loss. Prayerfully, George Floyd knows his death my bring life to so many others, and has brought life to the fight for justice. May God bless his family and friends. May George Floyd forever rest in peace.
Joahn Sperry
23:13
Thank you Claire for those powerful words
Judy Rickstad
23:15
Greetings from Vermont - Judy Rickstad, Victim's Advocate on UVM's campus.
Linda Border
23:18
Greetings from Huron County Victims' Assistance in Norwalk, Ohio! :)
Lisa Girouard
23:21
Howdy from the Capital of Texas!
Janine Kell
23:31
Happy National Crime Victims Rights Week from Janine Kell, Brooksville, Florida
Carla Okonkwo
23:32
Greeting from the Washington DC Area
ANNE SEYMOUR
23:38
Awesome panel, very happy to be here! ❤️⚖️⚖️👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Joyce Smith
23:50
Hello, from Canyon Creek Services, Cedar City, Utah, USA.
Linda Border
24:00
Great emojis!
John Stein
24:20
Hi y'all.
Lisa M Davis
24:37
Good Afternoon from NS Mayport FloridaLisa Davis
Rita Harris
24:53
Hi Everyone from Lawrenceburg, Ky
David Kinney
26:03
Good afternoon for Indianapolis, IN
Charles Shuck
26:18
hello from Quantico
Ruthie Pedregon
26:38
Good Morning from Payson, UT :)!
Dana Zedak
26:41
big respect for all panelists from here in Akron, Ohio
olivia
26:48
Hello from Naval Station Mayport Olivia Duffy
LaRaunda Hartford
27:07
Good afternoon from New Orleans, LA
Joahn Sperry
27:55
I hear that! Thank you Dave for that honesty. Thank you Joel for sharing with us.
Joahn Sperry
30:27
Yes!!!
Alice Gallop West
32:53
Greetings from Elizabeth City, NC
Joahn Sperry
33:43
I came into this field when victims were considered evidence and not people. We have come a long way.
Ruthie Pedregon
34:10
YES- FUNDING!!
Claire Ponder Selib
34:12
Yes, Jo! Absolutely and very well said!
melissa gonzalez
37:05
Yes Joel! The protections for undocumented victims is also lacking. The UVISA process is not designed to support victims.
Elynne Greene
38:45
The lack of consistency across the country in certifying I918B forms is a real problem for victims.
Rebecca Jordan
39:26
Hello from Sunny Largo,Florida
Dana Zedak
40:18
YES!
Joahn Sperry
40:19
Rights are not acknowledged by many in the CJ system.
Aundrea Yontz
40:34
rural areas get forgotten when speaking to all these points. Funding is low and training is pretty non existent. Law enforcement and judges are very far behind the times.
Gladys Lopez
41:11
Victims don’t have a voice at times
Debbie Bradley
41:12
That is so very true!
Brittney Thorndyke
41:56
Yes! I had to override our online hearing system and have it to where I could get my victim's named changed to be a generalized name
Debbie Bradley
42:57
Again, meeting people where they are!
Joahn Sperry
43:49
@Debbie, YES!
vanessa vazquez
44:11
Victims are forced to do counseling or coping on their own. 2nd or 3rd effects from that
Doreen Nicholas
45:13
When we develop interventions and practices without victim input we invariably miss something.
Charlene Kay
47:31
hello everyone. Charlene Kay, Victim Advocate, Atlanta, Ga
Rebecca Jordan
47:40
I know in my working with Victims .They have echoed the same concerns .That the accused have more rights that are considered than the Victims.
John Stein
49:07
We have not yet firmed up the most basic of our system of victim justice -- the assurance that all victims known to the system (admittedly a minority) learn about their rights, including rights to local services. Until US DOJ and state counterparts routinely survey known victims we'll never know if we have a working system.
Rita Harris
49:44
Victim (Survivors)Lives Matter too. Meaning we must look at ways to protect them like we do all the other populations in our communities.
Brittney Thorndyke
50:33
Yes, Rita!
Joahn Sperry
51:54
YES DAVE!
Sara Danczyk
52:31
That was so affirming! Thanks Dave!
Aundrea Yontz
52:55
Yes Dave as an advocate I have lived this with my local sheriff's office. Once we got a relationship we became an amazing team and our county was a powerhouse! I adore our sheriff!
Jeri Costa
53:03
Agree with John Stein's comment above about assurance that all victims learn about their rights and services.
Joahn Sperry
53:21
YES NOVA LEADS US ALL!
Jessica Hatton
53:23
NOVA is amazing for that !!!
NOVA Webinar
53:44
Thank you all for your support!
Doreen Nicholas
53:46
Yay Claire and NOVA!
Erick Escalera
54:05
TELE LAW CONSULTS ARE THE BEST
Shannon Nix
54:28
SCVAN is an amazing org! We are so grateful for them!
Erick Escalera
54:54
All survivors feel safer getting orders of protection telephonically. Great improvement
John Stein
55:16
My bad -- I have twice thought you would be aware of my little posts automatically. Instead, I find that I am "Me." OK, I'm John Stein, just down the road from Meg, the latest super-duper awardee of Oregon's victims' law center.
Joahn Sperry
55:45
We love the PUPS!!!
Jolene Catterall
56:10
I love that - sharing humanity
Stephanie Frogge
56:11
AMEN!!!
Doreen Nicholas
56:11
https://www.acesdv.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Outreach-Toolkit-COVID-19-4.1.2020.pdf
Joahn Sperry
56:12
Great point Meg and so true.
Jeri Costa
56:15
Love that Meg! Sharing our humanity!
Doreen Nicholas
56:37
https://www.acesdv.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Outreach-Toolkit-COVID-19-Spanish.pdf
Sylvia Alvarez
56:38
Thank you for that!
Karen Cuttill
56:44
I agree very much. the more comfortable a victim feels I eleive the faster they connect and heal.
Brittney Thorndyke
57:34
Being able to conduct out parole hearings virtually has made my case load grow 10 times over. I now have victims who don't need to travel across the country to Idaho. I have had victims from New York to Alaska to overseas who have been able to have their voice heard during the parole hearing. It has been a great option for them
Silvia Torres
58:01
Indeed, technology innovations in rural communities can bridge the gap to legal access.
Doreen Nicholas
58:46
COVID's silver lining
Cassandra Rozier
59:49
Such an amazingly diverse panel
Joahn Sperry
59:52
@Doreen yes. This has proven we can adapt as a society
Kristen Runyon
59:58
@Abrianna, how do we get young survivors connected with your these services?
Joahn Sperry
01:00:44
This topic is close to my heart
Joahn Sperry
01:01:01
These partnerships can be built and thrive.
Jeri Costa
01:01:47
Brittany, that is a great point about parole hearings. Travel is such a huge barrier to participation. Virtual hearings are so important to increase access.
Chelsea Migura
01:02:04
Our VA's occasionally attend the LE role-calls at shift changes to help integrate services and to bridge the gap between multi-disciplinary partners.
Joahn Sperry
01:02:11
Cases will be stronger with solid partnerships with the survivor at the middle.
Abrianna Morales
01:02:20
@Kristen, you can visit SAYSN's website at www.saysn.org to see some of our articles/informational posts about coping with trauma; we're currently working on revamping our website and services, but you/survivors can get in touch with us on there!
Doreen Nicholas
01:02:23
It's helpful if we approach our work and collaborations from a place of openness, humility and flexibility
Debbie Bradley
01:02:58
Abrianna I have done that for years and things will go well for a while; however then after about a couple months things go right back to the way they were before.
Debbie Bradley
01:05:15
Thank you Dave
Aundrea Yontz
01:05:18
as an advocate that works with LE, stay consistent, be available to provide services whenever they call, and once they realize you make things easier for them they will open up.
Isabella Birnbaum
01:05:56
Thank you for sharing that link Abrianna!
Sheila Nared
01:06:30
Thanks for the links
Debbie Bradley
01:07:21
Aundrea I have done that for well over 18 years - the problem is we are a small county and changing the top players within the agency changes every aspect of how victim services is viewed and what I can do for them. Our Sheriff is an elected position so it can change every 4 years. I have had some Sheriff's really see the need and others not so much
John Stein
01:07:46
Dave's message as I understood it: look for a friend in the institution you want to change, help them find more friends, set your agenda, and keep pressing for a decade, or, in Dave's case, 11 years
Sonya Caputo-Cole
01:08:32
Debbie, I know my agency is working with our PD and trying to be a part of roll calls, maybe that could be something you work towards as well.
Brittney Thorndyke
01:08:42
Yes - when I worked on the law enforcement side getting the higher ups to understand how important victim services are can be a uphill battle. But boy is it the fight I will continue to engage in.
Debbie Bradley
01:08:51
Oh I keep trying, believe me! It just gets so frustrating some times because with every two steps forward I come up against three steps back.
Brittney Thorndyke
01:09:15
I am right there with you, Debbie.
Rita Harris
01:09:44
CJS can benefit by Implementing FETI (Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview techniques) will help communicate and limit re-victimization.
Debbie Bradley
01:10:48
Brittney, agreed!
Alice Gallop West
01:10:54
Having spent the bulk of my time as an advocate within the military services in my opinion, the victim centered trauma informed approach is greatly needed.... that’s a mind set shift!!
Joahn Sperry
01:11:34
Thank you all!
Joahn Sperry
01:12:20
Me too Meg! I hear you! We need the youth to help us understand
Joyce Pearson
01:12:30
Fresh eyes!!
Rita Harris
01:13:09
Yes Meg Absolutely
Debbie Bradley
01:14:03
So true Meg!
Debbie Bradley
01:14:17
Amen@!
Brittney Thorndyke
01:14:21
AMEN!!!
Telet Stanley
01:14:22
Well said Meg!
Evirr Eshelman
01:14:25
yes!!!
Pam Champlain
01:14:28
Well said, Meg! Yes!
Claire Kaplan
01:14:32
Yes!!
Janice Sowell
01:14:36
Yes
Chastity Rogers
01:14:53
Well said!
Cindy Michlitsch
01:15:11
Very well put about how important the future is with young people and how important advocacy is.
steve derene
01:15:19
get it on the bar exams and the law schools will teach it.
Joahn Sperry
01:15:59
You are the right person to lead us all Claire into the future of advocacy!
Debbie Bradley
01:16:16
Very true!
Laura Abbott
01:16:16
Thank all of you for your decades of groundbreaking work!
Rita Harris
01:17:55
Yes thank you all for your dedication and expertise in this field. You are appreciated and what you do matters.
HOLLY REESE
01:17:57
Yes! Self-Care is So Important!
Mildred M. Cook
01:18:03
Amen, Meg!
Doreen Nicholas
01:18:35
You can't pour from an empty cup
David Kinney
01:19:03
Yes very much so. As a VA with the Military and working with Reserve persons. I have had cases take up to 3 years to close out and the Victim is no longer Serving.
Joahn Sperry
01:19:47
Measurement of success in the field is delicate. Reaching one person and being that ally, is how it begins and continues. Thank you all for what you are doing
Mindi Haddock
01:19:54
When I can help one client make positive change in their life, I know that can affect generations in their family. We have no idea what ripple effect there can be.
Melissa Atwood
01:19:59
One way I keep from being overwhelmed is to focus on the process and not outcomes or expectations for a particular outcome. Was I able remain present with a client today and aid them in making the best decision for them.
Debbie Bradley
01:20:18
Very true!
Bryan Green
01:20:20
just as bad active duty. they've either moved onto another assignment or gotten out @david
Sheila Nared
01:20:29
Don’t have completion in mind knowing this work is on going and appreciate and celebrate small steps
Janice Sowell
01:20:41
I hear and agree with you Mindi.
Joahn Sperry
01:20:58
great phrase.
Brandi Miller
01:21:09
Self care and setting boundaries... very helpful tools
Doreen Nicholas
01:21:17
Doing the best we can, with each person and each situation, knowing with our presence and compassion we do make a difference even though we may not see the miracle on our watch.
Karen Cuttill
01:21:20
I agree with taking care of self- and we need to help limit passing on vicarious trauma and recognizing and making available space for caregivers to process this.
Jennie Marsh
01:21:20
The Age of Overwhelm by Laura van Dernoot Lipsky is a great book to help process the overwhelm!
Karen McLaughlin
01:21:41
Dave Thomas you are an inspiration. We need to channel you and have meet the needs of all of our allied professionals. Love your analogy to preventive maintenance.
Brittney Thorndyke
01:21:45
One thing that sticks with me is when I have "friends" that say "Oh, you just hug victims all day, it cant be that bad" It is so frustrating trying to get others to understand the work we all do and how impactful it really is
Jesse Uribe
01:22:07
Thank you All for a great Webinar! You all bring excellent expertise to our field. Lets continue to strive and help our clients. Blessings.
Ruthie Pedregon
01:22:32
Very eloquently said, Meg. Beauty in micro-moments.
Christina Red
01:23:37
Thank you Nova/Claire, Joel, Dave, Meg and Aubriana. This was great information.
Jamie Gesslein
01:23:51
Just as we never know how big of an impact our work may have on our survivors that we interact with, I think the same goes for our coworkers, colleagues, and community partners. Even if they do not seem receptive to what we do, they might see more value in our roles than we believe.
Doreen Nicholas
01:24:28
How do the survivors define justice? Usually different for each victim.
NOVA Webinar
01:24:31
Here is the question so you can all see it :): As a survivor/grad student/community organizer, I find that what most law enforcement and advocacy groups (in my local area) consider to be victim advocacy—services such as individual therapeutic interventions and closed support groups—rarely addresses the larger justice needs of survivors. Even when survivors connect with one another, I still see a larger justice gap as it relates to acknowledgement of the harm done within one’s community and re-connection with that community after violence. Could you all speak to that?
Laura Abbott
01:24:36
Trauma is an “enemy
Sheila Nared
01:24:37
Yesss !!!
Kathleen Goldsberry
01:24:41
Yes Dave!
Julie Ford
01:24:47
Exactly Doreen - I don't think that question is asked enough.
Laura Abbott
01:25:07
Learn our enemy~ Can’t thank enough people who are discussing Trauma Informed and Neuroscience ~
Debbie Bradley
01:25:37
I have been able to get an entire day in our academy to teach victim services. That was a huge step.
Joahn Sperry
01:26:27
@Debbie YES!!!!!
Doreen Nicholas
01:26:28
Justice and change begins with accountability
Laura Abbott
01:26:44
Awesome Points Mr. Thomas…..soft skills ( sadly victims and other trauma “smoother” soft skills. Great panel!
Telet Stanley
01:27:06
Yes Dave Yes!
Sylvia Alvarez
01:27:17
It is also very important to be supportive of our coworkers. We all have various different scenarios at home, some with children, spouses, homeschooling etc and some home alone. Be compassionate and understanding of each others stress levels and offer support.
Karen Cuttill
01:27:35
My I use that statement in the future? maintanence for employees /people like for fleet service vehicles
Debbie Bradley
01:27:36
So true!
Laura Abbott
01:27:42
Preach!
Judith Bland
01:27:49
Yes!!
Alice Gallop West
01:28:08
Authentic! Trust takes time to build....
Jessica Hatton
01:28:15
The need for teaching soft skills on a macro-level is such a vital point Dave
Aundrea Yontz
01:28:16
YES Dave!!!
Janice Sowell
01:28:17
So, true
Ruth Gonzalez
01:28:44
Preach!
Heather Gordon-Freitag
01:28:51
Yes!!!! Thank you for saying this Dave!
Rita Harris
01:28:52
Preach Dave! YEs
Susan Young
01:28:57
Yesss👏👏👏
Joyce Pearson
01:29:05
Yes Dave!! You are so right!!!
Isabella Birnbaum
01:29:07
Wow, yes!!
Joyce Pearson
01:29:09
Having clear effective policy’s is necessary to help change the status quo of how the police and the University respond to the survivors,and it will take all of us listening, leading, and working together to achieve this goal.
Jacquelyn Galloway
01:29:10
That's right Dave
Joan Blum
01:29:10
As a Maryland organization...we are proud that Dave began his work here in our state. He was a driving force in so much we have accomplished here!!!!
Kathleen Goldsberry
01:29:17
Absolutely!!!
Karen McLaughlin
01:29:28
Meg: to your excellent point--- I have often felt as a field need to find the ways to express our gratitude being mindful of what the field has given to us. I can relate to what you shared about the love you have seen expressed by professionals,. Of course, we have seen the worst but we have all been exposed to the best of humanity.
John Stein
01:29:34
This Dave dude is almost as awesome as Meg!
Karen Cuttill
01:29:52
Dave, I work in that area of self care, My I use your parallel of maintance needed for our victim advocates just as we have for service vehicles Karen Cuttill
Andrea Gutierrez
01:30:02
What an awesome panel, great insight everyone!
Stacey Lawrence
01:30:02
Thank you for a great panel discussion. I appreciate your sharing.
Meg Garvin, NCVLI (she/her)
01:30:04
Thank you Claire and NOVA!
Jolene Catterall
01:30:06
thank you so much! this was such a great panel
Mariel Branagan
01:30:08
Thank you all so much!!
Arianna Sessoms
01:30:11
Thank you all!
Debbie Bradley
01:30:11
Thank you!!!!!
Chrstine Harten
01:30:11
Thank you all so very much!
Aundrea Yontz
01:30:12
Dave your Awesome!
Mindi Haddock
01:30:14
Thank you :)
Mica Barton
01:30:15
Thank you all! We have so much more to do.
Katherine Light
01:30:17
Thank you!!
Jolie Duarte
01:30:17
Thank you for an awesome panel!!!
Bryan Green
01:30:17
thank you everyone!
David Kinney
01:30:18
Thank you
Joahn Sperry
01:30:18
You are all wonderful. Thank you
Meg Garvin, NCVLI (she/her)
01:30:19
And thank you all for chatting so much - the community conversation is amazing!
Claire Kaplan
01:30:19
Thank you so much.
Judith Bland
01:30:20
Great discussion!! Thank you so much!!
Lizette De La Paz
01:30:21
Thank You!
Sara Danczyk
01:30:22
Thank you. This was great.
Heather Gordon-Freitag
01:30:26
Thank you. This was wonderful.
Kathleen Goldsberry
01:30:29
Thank you all!
Sylvia Alvarez
01:30:30
Thank You All!
NOVA Webinar
01:30:30
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Silvia Torres
01:30:30
Many thanks, great panel.
Susan Young
01:30:31
Thank you so much. Very insightful and important conversation
Alice Gallop West
01:30:31
This has been such an awesome panel. I’d like to get the transcripts. How do I get a copy of the transcripts?
Jeri Costa
01:30:31
This is such incredible information from the panelists and in the chat. Thank you all so much.
Marco Ortigoza
01:30:31
Thank you for a great panel!
Katherine Light
01:30:32
Thoroughly enjoyed this panel
Danielle Carango
01:30:32
Thank you! Great information and insight
Eydie Robertson
01:30:32
Thank you!
Stephanie Marsh
01:30:34
thank you for discussion and posted resources
Sonya Caputo-Cole
01:30:34
Thank you, this was great!
Aundrea Yontz
01:30:35
Thank you amazing
CARLA FERNANDEZ
01:30:35
Thank you for your time
Abrianna Morales
01:30:35
Thank you Claire, NOVA, and everyone that has attended; this discussion is so important and I am so glad to have been part of it!
Christine Moriarty
01:30:35
Thank you
Kizzy Lee
01:30:36
Thank you everyone for this informative and passionate panel!
Nicole Snell
01:30:37
Thank you everyone!
Emily Mogavero
01:30:37
Thank you so much. You are all amazing and thank you for what you are doing!!!
Ruth Gonzalez
01:30:39
Thank you
Jase Humphrey-Zambrano
01:30:39
Thank you for your time.
Joyce Pearson
01:30:39
I started my career working in the prison before going on patrol to now a Sexual Assault Coordinator.. This was good information.
Jessica Hatton
01:30:40
thank you !!!!!
Niyonda Tillman
01:30:40
thank you!!! this was an eye opener
Cassandra Rozier
01:30:41
Thank you everyone
E Hubbard
01:30:42
Thank you
Joyce Pearson
01:30:42
Thank you
Pam Champlain
01:30:42
THank you!
Isabella Birnbaum
01:30:44
Thank you!
Charles Shuck
01:30:45
thank you
Denise Stoudamire
01:30:45
Thank you
Jacquelyn Galloway
01:30:46
This was great, thanks a lot. Great job everyone
Lisa Girouard
01:30:46
Thank you!
Shady Gutierrez
01:30:46
Thank you
NOVA Webinar
01:30:47
Thank you!
Telet Stanley
01:30:48
Thank You!
NOVA Webinar
01:30:53
Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9XWTSYFCertificate: https://www.trynova.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/NCVRW-Panel-Reflecting-On-2020.pdf
Desiree McClain
01:30:54
Thank you
Kay Brown
01:30:54
was there a survey?
Rebecca Jordan
01:30:58
Thank you All
Dean Spence
01:31:00
Thank you
Rosemary Woods
01:31:03
Thank you all so much for this information. My career began in New Mexico, I am now in Chicago. It was great having someone from my homes state on this lineup. Thank you!
itloaner608
01:31:06
Amazing Panel and information. Thank you
Kay Brown
01:31:10
thank you
Carla Okonkwo
01:31:10
Thank you
Sherry Dunn
01:31:15
Great panel. Thanks so much
olivia
01:31:22
thank you!!
NOVA Webinar
01:31:24
Thank you all! Once again, please find your links here: Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9XWTSYFCertificate: https://www.trynova.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/NCVRW-Panel-Reflecting-On-2020.pdf
Janine Kell
01:31:34
thank you!