Congratulations Workshop Participants Chosen To Presents At 2020 NCADV Recognizing (Y)our Power Conference

Found out on Thursday, July 30, 2020 via email (email subject: Workshops Announced for Recognizing (Y)our Power, NCADV ‘s 2020 Conference) that 4 of 15 workshop proposals that I reviewed as apart of the 2020 NCADV Workshop Proposal Session Review Committee we’re chosen to be presented at the 2020 NCADV Conference. They are as follows:


  1. Dismantling the Myth of the Strong Black Woman- Presented by: Ciere Jones, Office of the Attorney General of the District of Columbia
  2. Healing the Helpers: Identifying & Preventing Compassion Fatigue in DV Professionals – Presented by: Bridget Glass, Glass Counseling Services, LLC
  3. Real Life Resilience: Using Your Tough Life Stories To Build Strength- Presented by: Stacy Brookman, Real Life Resilience
  4. Staying Safe Well While Supporting Survivors: Boundaries for Advocates- Presented by: Lauren Taylor and Brenda Jones, Defend Yourself

There will be a total of 40 workshops that will be presented at the 2020 NCADV Recognizing (Y)our Power Conference October 25-28, 2020 at the Marriott St. Louis Grand in St. Louis, Missouri.

It was very gratifying to be apart of the 2020 NCADV Proposal Workshop Review Committee because in doing so it fulfills Purple Vision’s mission statement and vision statement listed on my Purple Vision website to help, encourage, educate, and empower women who are victims and survivors of domestic violence to create a vision for a better life for themselves and their family and honor the memory of women who lost their life due to domestic violence.

Congratulations to all the DV professionals, DV organizations, DV agencies and others who’s workshop proposals have been chosen for presentation at the 2020 NCADV Recognizing (Y)our Power Conference.

Check out all the workshops titles sorted by topic at .

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