JDI Training Institute Presents:
[ECONOMIC JUSTICE WEBINAR]:
Evaluating Economic Considerations for Safety Planning
Date: April 8, 2020 from 1:00 - 2:30 PM EST
Where: Zoom Conferencing
Browser Link: https://zoom.us/j/6172480922
Call In Number: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 617-248-0922 #
Note: While there is no fee for these webinars, we ask that all participants pre-register.Two days before the webinar, we e-mail out PDF versions of the webinar materials and post-webinar, we also send out links to the recording.
Description: This training is about financial safety and workplace safety considerations for survivors. As a result of this webinar, participants will be better able to identify potential factors of financial independence that may be at risk of exploitation, sabotage or control and develop comprehensive safety plans that promote financial security and stable employment.
Sarah Gonzalez Bocinski, Program Manager, Economic Justice and Workforce Initiatives, Futures Without Violence
Sarah works on FUTURES’ initiatives relating to economic justice and security, safety and gender equity in the workplace, and improving access to quality employment opportunities for survivors of trafficking and gender-based violence. Prior to joining FUTURES, she oversaw the Economic Security for Survivors Project, a national training, technical assistance, and research project at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research and Wider Opportunities for Women. Sarah received her BA from Colgate University and MPP from the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University.
Kim Pentico, Director of Economic Justice, National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV)
Kim has been working with and on behalf of survivors of sexual and domestic violence since 1990. She first spent over seven years working for a local domestic violence program in Kansas and another seven years at the Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence. She has also worked for the STOP Technical Assistance Project in Washington, DC. Kim works to ensure and enhance survivor access to economic justice and long-term safety.