Patricia McLean’s heroic effort in Maine is creating a movement.
I have seen the future. Freefrom, an LA-based nonprofit that I’ve admired for several years published today a roadmap that marks the beginning of a new era in addressing intimate partner violence and domestic abuse. Freefrom’s 70-page report centers on financial abuse and how it permeates every facet of a […]
In 2015, the Charleston-based Post and Courier published an exposé on how deadly the state of South Carolina is for women. The paper covered the state’s record of domestic violence over five issues in a series called, “Till Death Do Us Part.” The small paper won journalism’s most prestigious award […]
Sounds crazy, right? Jerry Thompson (now retired), kept a copy of Darin Jackson’s info sheet above his desk at all times. In the margin, he wrote his sentencing charges. Thompson, a domestic violence detective, wanted a constant reminder that the Darin Jacksons were still out there. As if he could […]
It was my honor to present at the Women in Data Science convening at the New College of Sarasota last week. The agenda featured prestigious speakers from Stanford streamed in, along with local speakers like me who could attend in person. I was extremely fortunate to discover this amazing event and […]