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What do Sexual Assault Cases Look Like in Our Community? The Case File Review Workbook for Sexual Assault Response Teams
February 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
This training is for rural SARTs interested in beginning an evaluation process through case file review.
ASL interpretation and auto-captioning will be available. Please let us know how we can make this call accessible to you when you register.
Miranda Gonzalez (she/her) began her position as Rural Projects Coordinator in March 2021. She supports rural communities’ systems response to sexual violence by providing training, technical assistance, and developing resources. She has a passion for working with community-focused organizations to create systems change in response to sexual violence. Throughout her various roles, she has seen the importance of a community’s role in the victim/survivor’s healing. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminal Justice at Loyola University. Afterward, she became a legal advocate in a community-based, dual organization. Outside of work, Miranda enjoys reading a good book and traveling to new places.
Fatima joined the Sexual Violence Justice Institute at the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault in May of 2020. As a Rural Projects Coordinator, Fatima provides training and technical assistance to rural communities working to improve systems and community response to sexual violence. She connects with and supports rural SARTs and state/territory-level leaders across the country. She is committed to working with rural communities on creating a victim/survivor-centered, trauma-informed, and collaborative response to sexual violence. Fatima has been involved in the anti-violence movement since 2015. Before joining SVJI at MNCASA, she worked across Eastern Iowa as a mobile multilingual advocate and prevention educator. She holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Social Work and Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies and a Master’s in Social Work, with a concentration in Integrated Practice, from the University of Iowa.
This project was supported by Grant No. 2015-TA-AX-K014 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.