She has experience in the private sector and at both federal and state agencies. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, a Graduate Certificate in Women in Politics and Public Policy Program from the University of Massachusetts at Boston, and a J. D., is the Medical Advisor for AEquitas: The Prosecutors’ Resource on Violence Against Women, located in Washington, D. She also provides case consultation, expert testimony, and technical assistance; and develops training materials, resources, and publications. Markowitz has presented and facilitated for organizations such as the National District Attorneys Association, several state prosecuting attorney associations, and the Judge Advocate General’s Corps for the U. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard. As a sergeant, he worked in patrol and as the Chief of Police’s adjutant. Marsh has served as a department grant writer, acquiring and managing millions of dollars in technology and human trafficking grants during the past 15 years. Marsh earned a bachelor of arts in English from the University of California–Irvine, as well as a Single Subject Teaching Credential.
She has been involved in the development of training programs, curricula, and resources on emerging issues related to crime victimization for the crime victim services field and allied professions.
She also has presented at numerous national and international military conferences and trainings, and has conducted several trainings of trainers. Martyniuk has served on the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Training and Technical Assistance Center’s national training team, and as the training coordinator for the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency’s training program for victim service and allied professionals.
She also has served as project coordinator for the National SAVIN Training & Technical Assistance Program and as education coordinator for a community-based sexual assault program. Martyniuk’s research and writing focuses on sexual violence, and she works closely with the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) and the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR). She also recently traveled with the United States Marine Corps to Japan and Hawaii to conduct trainings on the unique dynamics of victim impact for military sexual assault victims.
Some of her publications include NSVRC’s , a curriculum for community-based sexual assault advocates that has also been used to train staff of the U. Back to Top 1/22/2013 online discussion host Topic: Providing Services to Runaway Youth and Victims of Human Trafficking Fiona Mason is the Supervising Social Worker for Safe Horizon's Anti-Trafficking Program, where she oversees the client services program.
She oversees Prison Rape Elimination Act implementation projects in Oregon and Texas, assists with inmate outreach efforts, and provides training to corrections officers, victim service providers, and allied professionals. May has extensive experience conducting trainings, delivering technical assistance, and providing direct services to victims of crime.
She previously served as the resource delivery manager for the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVCTTAC), where she coordinated OVC’s training schedule for victim service providers and the delivery of OVC’s National Victim Assistance Academy. May has served as a trainer for numerous OVC training workshops, including Sexual Assault Advocate/Counselor Training, The Ultimate Trainer, and Providing Culturally Competent Services to Victims of Crime. May worked with crisis centers throughout the United States while serving as National Hopeline Network Director for a large Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration grant. May also has provided direct services to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence as a rape crisis advocate for CONTACT Delaware and as the special projects coordinator for the Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Back to Top 4/8/2015 online discussion cohost Topic: Providing Appropriate Support for Military Victims of Sexual Assault Ann Mc Carty is the Associate Director of the North County (California) Rape Crisis and Child Protection Center.She is a recipient of the 2010 Best Practices Award from by the U. National Council on Aging, National Interfaith Coalition on Aging; and the President’s Award from the National Association of Adult Protective Services Administrators in recognition of outstanding contribution to the field of Adult Protective Services in 2004. Malks was elected into the publication 09/10/2014 online discussion cohost Topic: Working With Victims in Cold Hit DNA Cases Michele Mallin is a survivor of a rape committed in 1985 in Lubbock, Texas, for which the wrong man was tried and convicted.Although the true perpetrator confessed to the crime in 1995, the confession was ignored until 2008, when the wrongful conviction was confirmed through DNA testing. Mallin has spoken at venues and conferences throughout the country regarding the need for DNA testing and changes in laws regarding witness identification reform and the use of proper police procedures. Mallin received a bachelor of science degree in fitness and human performance from the University of Houston–Clear Lake. Back to Top Stacy Malone, Esq., is the Executive Director of the Victim Rights Law Center (VRLC) in Boston, MA.She has worked with victims of sexual violence and interpersonal violence for more than 20 years.She has also helped conceptualize and develop programs to train professionals working with victims of violence.She also serves as the Regional Coordinator for the Northern Tier Anti-Trafficking Consortium. Mason has worked in the social services field for 10 years.