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Dating violence prevention month

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December's Consultant Spotlight shines on Susan Bragg, who has more than 35 years of experience as a victim advocate in the field of crime victimization.

Hukill, a professional educator whose experience spans more than 30 years in the fields of business, education, and law.She co-founded and leads a consulting firm, Integrated Concepts, Inc., and a law firm, P&S Legal Advocacy, PLLC.Integrated Concepts has served as management/evaluation professionals for Office on Violence Against Women Rural Domestic Violence Awareness; CTAS Tribal Justice System Strategic Planning; Department of Education, Office of Indian Education, Native Youth Community Projects; and Department of Justice Building Refuge for Immigration Detainees through Governance and Engagement (BRIDGE) Project grants.The OVC Human Trafficking Grantee Spotlight highlights the work and promising practices of OVC's Human Trafficking Grantees in serving victims of human trafficking and provides a space for grantees to relate to, identify with, and further engage with one another, the anti-trafficking community, and our many allied partners.The Elder Justice Initiative Webinar Series addresses a broad range of topics for elder abuse professionals, including prosecutors, researchers, law enforcement, multidisciplinary team members, and others.Based on her dedication to youth in need, she founded Stars Mentoring Services, LLC, an internationally accredited child and family service organization that provides therapeutic mentoring to at-risk youth and counseling services for military personnel, first responders, and crime victims and their families.

She is the director of victim services, outreach, and training at the Pee Dee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault in South Carolina.

Check out their #Teen DVMonth Checklist for ideas on how to create change in your community this month and all year long.

Preventing teen dating violence, and all violence, requires action year-round. These change makers built a collective momentum to end gender-based violence in one generation through participation in workshops, activities, and a call to action.

In addition, the OVC Instructional Design Standards have been updated for OVC grantees who are developing training.

This quarter’s OVC Human Trafficking Grantee Spotlight highlights the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking, International Institute of Buffalo, and The Salvation Army Wake County: Project FIGHT.

Visit the new Job Aids page to learn more about designing effective training.