• Manned Naval Base San Diego’s victim response line for 400 hours, upholding the Department of Defense (DoD) mission of providing treatment and support to all victims.
  • Volunteered 120 hours of off-duty time as a Victim Advocate liaison, ensuring round-the-clock service to the military community.
  • Facilitated eight professionalism indoctrination sessions for over 200 fellow service members, dedicating 40 hours to increasing awareness within the Fort Bragg community.
  • Provided senior leaders with strategic guidance, training plans, current initiatives, and future plans.
  • Protected victims by providing them with care and treatment.
  • Ensured awareness of victim advocacy issues among personnel.
  • Served as the brigade Victim Advocate, supporting 900 soldiers and their families.
  • Assumed the role of Sexual Assault Response Coordinator.
  • Supported initial and ongoing investigations, as well as victims during legal or court hearings.
  • Arranged and conducted sexual assault prevention training for 100% of assigned personnel.
  • Conducted annual sexual assault training and pre-deployment sexual assault training.
  • Protected and ensured the privacy of soldiers under restricted reporting.
  • Acted as a liaison between the victim and service providers.
  • Treated victims of sexual harassment and/or sexual assault with dignity and respect.
  • Provided round-the-clock support until hand-off to the installation Victim Advocate.
  • Eliminated obstacles to workplace safety and harmony.
  • Coordinated with the command team and Inspector General (IG) to ensure discipline.
  • Led two Command Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) training sessions, ensuring that all soldiers and their families have access to a trained and highly responsive victim advocate.
  • Ensured the training of over 300 military and civilian personnel across the command, resulting in a 30% reduction in reported incidents in the 12 months following the training.
  • Supervised 12 Victim Advocates and assisted in the credentialing process for two new Victim Advocates, expanding availability by 40%.
  • Provided guidance and information to sexual assault victims.
  • Provided monthly updates to Headquarters on the status of victim services.
  • Briefed the command on the status of victim services.
  • Facilitated an environment that rejects sexual harassment/assault and discourages attitudes that promote such behavior.
  • Conducted monthly case status updates.
  • Counseled leaders on their role and responsibilities under the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP) program.
  • Ensured sensitive and comprehensive treatment to restore victims’ health and confidence.
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