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My New Gig

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So about that announcement of mine…

I have been teaching and consulting for prosecutors for many years now. It’s really one of the parts of my professional life I enjoy most. So I am beyond grateful to be able to announce that today is the 1st day of my new job, as medical advisor for a brand new prosecution institute: Aequitas, the Prosecutor’s Resource on Violence Against Women. Our new website is just about ready to launch (we’re only about a month old, now); for a few more days you may still get the “under construction” notice. I will continue to oversee the National SANE Sustainability Technical Assistance project, as well–essentially splitting my time between those two gigs. You can check the updated About for all the details.

I’ll post the press release as soon as it’s available, but the important thing for this readership to note is that one of the goals of Aequitas will be to enhance education between medical professionals and prosecutors. That means some joint training opportunities will be coming down the pike.

Stay tuned: more will be revealed…

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Written by Jenifer

July 6, 2009 at 6:39 am

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  1. Hi Jen,

    Many congrats on your new gig! Very exciting…

    Val

    Val Sievers

    July 7, 2009 at 11:51 am

  2. Jen,

    Congrats and good luck on this new venture. I wish you and Aequitas a great beginning and am looking forward to discussions on partnering opportunities.

    Carey Goryl
    Executive Director, IAFN

    Carey Goryl

    July 14, 2009 at 11:37 am

  3. Thanks, Carey. I’m looking forward to the work we’re going to do with IAFN, as well. So much potential…

    Jenifer

    July 14, 2009 at 3:00 pm

  4. […] until I have consumed at least 16oz each morning 3.)    My MacBook Pro: thanks to my new gig, a shiny new one of these showed up on my doorstep. The screen quality alone is unparalleled. […]


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