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Kate Hanger, Executive Director, CA
As the Victim Assist Helpline and Human Trafficking Infoline Coordinator, Ms. Hanger provides victims of crime with much needed resources and support. Kate has more than 15 years of experience working for nonprofit organizations in the Richmond area, specifically in community outreach and education. She received her BS in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and studied Counseling at Marymount University. Kate is a city girl living the country life with her husband and two daughters.
Dina Blythe, Homicide Survivor Support Group Coordinator
Ms. Blythe is honored to work with all the great victim/witness personnel and mental health clinicians around the state to coordinate support group services for co-victims of homicide. Dina has worked in the human services field for 20+ years, specializing in prevention and direct services to domestic violence and child abuse survivors.
Kim Flournoy DiJoseph, Project & Training Coordinator
Kim Flournoy DiJoseph, M.S.W. has engaged in 25+ years of work with, and for, victims at just about every point on the professional trauma continuum with an emphasis on trauma across the developmental lifespan and vicarious trauma. Most recently, Kim transitioned from 7 years as an associate professor in teaching at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Social Work to her current, part-time role as the project and training coordinator for the Virginia Victim Assistance Network. Kim is also a writer, wife, and mother with a Richmond-based intuitive-centered healing practice.
Erin Jackson, Finance & Office Manager
Mrs. Jackson is thrilled to join the Virginia Victim Assistance Network as the Finance & Office Manager. Erin has a wealth of administrative and financial experience both professionally and as a volunteer. She has held various Executive Administrator roles for a variety of non profit organizations. In addition, for many years she volunteered as a PTA Treasurer and Chairperson. In her spare time you can find Erin hanging out with her husband and two children or on a beach soaking up the fresh air.
Robyn Sordelett, Improving Criminal Justice Response (ICJR) Coordinator
Robyn Sordelett, M.S.W. has varied experience as a clinical social worker and as an advocate for trauma-informed care and violence prevention in multiple settings, including the criminal justice system, youth-serving organizations, and through legislative advocacy. As the ICJR Coordinator, she works with allied partners to strengthen local and regional responses to better serve survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence. Robyn has a BA from the University of Richmond and received her Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California. Robyn lives with her husband and three children on their farm in rural Virginia.