Our Team

NCVLI’s staff has more than 100 years combined experience serving survivors of crime. Our staff of compassionate and knowledgeable lawyers, advocates, program managers, and operations experts are led by an equally amazing Board of Directors that hails from across the country and an Advisory Council of complementary experts. Get to know us.

Our Staff

Click on a staff member to learn more about them and their position with NCVLI.

Meg Garvin, MA, JD, Mst

Executive Director

Steven Baker

Legal Project Coordinator

Terry L. Campos, JD

Legal Team

 

Danielle Cormier

Communications Coordinator

Ellen Dully, MBA

Director of Finance and Operations

Susanne Falenczykowski

Project Coordinator

Julie K. Hester, MBA

Project Director

Rebecca S.T. Khalil, JD

Director of Victim Assistance and Training

Amy C. Liu, JD

Senior Appellate Attorney

Sarah LeClair, JD

Legal Publications Director

Joshua Medina, JD

Staff Attorney & Pro Bono Coordinator

Edgar Ohito

Operations Coordinator

Desiree Staeffler, JD

Senior Victim Law Fellow

Bruce

Employee Relations Specialist

Hopper

Junior Employee Relations Specialist

Our Board of Directors

Laura Abbott

Member; Health Educator/Injury Prevention Trainer

Doug Beloof

Ex Officio

Dr. David Black

Member; Governance Committee

Kathleen Cady

Member; Fundraising & Education Committee

Helene R. Davis

Secretary of the Board; Executive Committee, Finance Committee and Chair of Governance Committee

Ryan Guilds

Member; Fundraising & Education Committee

Douglas G. Houser

Ex Officio

Andrew Lauersdorf

Member; Fundraising & Education Committee

Sean J. Riddell

President of the Board; Executive Committee and Finance Committee

Ashley Vaughn

Member; Chair of Fundraising & Education Committee

Lisa Zauner

Treasurer of the Board; Executive Committee, Governance Committee and Chair of Finance Committee

Our Advisory Counsel

In 2013 NCVLI’s Board of Directors formally created a Victims’ Rights Advisory Council. The function of the Council is to advise and make non-binding recommendations to NCVLI in order to strengthen the impact of NCVLI’s work to protect, advance, and enforce victims’ rights, to raise awareness about victims’ rights, and to call the larger community to action. The creation of the Advisory Council was inspired by invaluable contributions of long-time Advisory Board Member Diane Humetewa, who demonstrated by example how community members can make tremendous contributions to the work of NCVLI without being full Board members.

Valenda Applegarth, JD

Jennifer A. Brobst, JD, LL.M.

Shelbi Day, JD

Anne P. DePrince, PhD

Andrea Doyle Hugmeyer, MA

Kimberly Griffith, JD

Gen. Richard Harding, JD

Claire Harwell, JD

Joan Meier, JD

Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, JD

Katrina Rodriguez

Cari Simon, JD

Cynthia Stinson

Randall Udelman, JD

Nicole Wilkes, M.P.H.

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