Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Thursday, June 3rd 2010
12pm - 1pm
Join us as Lynn Rosenthal, White House Advisor on Violence Against Women, and Judge Susan B. Carbon, Director of the Office on Violence Against Women in the Department of Justice, brief us on the federal government’s initiatives on domestic violence and sexual assault.
There will be 25 minutes for Q & A’s. Questions may be emailed in advance to email@example.com or asked during the webinar on the screen provided.
1. Innovative federal domestic violence and sexual assault projects
2. Grant programs & funding streams available
3. Q & A’s
Lynn Rosenthal is the White House Advisor on Violence Against Women. Ms. Rosenthal was Executive Director of the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NMCADV) and the former Executive Director and President of the National Network To End Domestic Violence from 2000 to 2006.
Judge Susan B. Carbon is the Director of the Office on Violence Against Women in the Department of Justice. Judge Carbon chaired New Hampshire’s Fatality Review Committee. She also served as faculty for the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence - a partnership of the US DOJ Office of Violence Against Women, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.
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