Advisory Committee

Advisory Committee

At the onset of the design phase, NoVo engaged 11 trusted advisors to lend their expertise and perspective on the direction and design of Move to End Violence. Comprised primarily of interviewees from our stakeholder research phase, this Advisory Committee included individuals with shared values and a vast range of experience, including working to end sexual violence, domestic violence, sex trafficking, child sexual abuse, and violence against girls and women in conflict zones. Their work occurs at the local, state, national, and international levels, and via a diverse range of social change strategies. We are greatly indebted for their wisdom and guidance over the course of the program’s design.

 

 

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