As Executive Director, Lisa is responsible for the supervision of staff and day-to-day operations of the organization. Lisa has several years experience as both a Victim Advocate and Victim Witness Coordinator. Her work has empowered victims of crime through victim and court advocacy, and has inspired community volunteers to serve as advocates for survivors. Lisa also specializes in advocacy for LGBTQ survivors.
Amy has prior experience working in victim advocacy through the United States Air force. As our Victim Witness Coordinator, Amy works closely with the County Courts and Attorney’s to provide victim and court advocacy to our clients. In addition to her advocacy, Amy also oversees our amazing volunteers.
As CHC - Youth Advocate, Monique empowers victims and youth through advocacy, prevention, and education programs, as well as fostering relationships between (non-custodial) parents and their children through the Supervised Visitation and Exchange Program.
As CHC - Victim Advocate, Betsy empowers victims of crime through advocacy, prevention, and awareness programs. Betsy also works closely with the WCADVSA as the CHC - Legislative Liaison.
As an AmeriCorps member, Samantha serves as a CHC Victim Advocate, facilitates financial and career empowerment programs for residents across the county, and engages the Glenrock community in CHC prevention and awareness programs.
As an AmeriCorps member, Bekah specializes in our youth programs. She strives to empower our youth and increase preventative education in the young adult community. Bekah also facilitates “Career and Financial Empowerment” classes throughout the county.
As an AmeriCorps member, Richelle serves as a CHC Victim Advocate and facilitates financial and career empowerment programs for community members and women incarcerated at the Wyoming Women’s Center in Lusk, WY.