Allison Moder is a survivor of domestic violence and adjunct professor in Practical Theology at Azusa Pacific University in Los Angeles and Ph.D. student at Claremont School of Theology, where she researches in the fields of theology, neuroscience, psychology, and women’s studies to create resources for women to heal from relationship abuse.
Jenevieve Mannell is an Associate Professor in the University College London’s Institute for Global Health, specializing in the prevention of violence among women in places like Afghanistan, India, Peru, Samoa, and South Africa.
Nada Ibrahim is a criminologist, counseling psychologist, and domestic violence expert — including intimate partner violence (IPV) in Muslim communities — at the University of South Australia, in Adelaide.
Keshet Starr is a writer, speaker and CEO of the Organization for the Resolution of Agunot, which seeks to eliminate abuse from the Jewish divorce process.
Hannah Hollander is a domestic violence advocate and Founder of Speak Your Truth Today – a Global Facebook Support Group for Domestic Violence Survivors with over 18,000 members.
Patricia A. Fersch is the founding partner of Fersch LLC, dealing with thousands of cases involving families caught in the turmoil of family law conflicts. She has published extensively on domestic violence, abuse, and the courts.
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence helps people better understand, respond to, and prevent domestic violence. They have developed a number of key initiatives to facilitate a deeper focus on a particular issue or population, including VAWnet, the Domestic Violence Awareness Project, and Community Based Participatory Research toolkit.
The National Network to End Domestic Violence is a social change organization dedicated to creating a social, political, and economic environment in which violence against women no longer exists. Deborah J. Vagins serves as President & CEO. E-mail contact through website form.
The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence supports efforts that demand a change of conditions that lead to domestic violence, help survivors, hold offenders accountable, and equip advocates. Contact is President/CEO Ruth M. Glenn.