Amanda (kanaka maoli) has nearly a decade of experience as an advocate, organizer, and technical assistance provider in the movement to end gender-based violence. They bring a strong background in curriculum development and extensive experience creating culturally specific strategies to end violence while strengthen community. They previously worked with the Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition […]

Bree began her advocacy in the movement to end gender-based violence in 1997. Since then, she has worked as an advocate, trainer, coordinator, technical assistance provider, supervisor and program director for community-based, domestic and sexual violence organizations. Bree brings unwavering energy and focus on the real-life experiences of survivors and the advocates who support them. […]

Maren’s work in the movement to end violence against women began in northern Minnesota in 2000 when she served as the coordinator of an extensive community-based analysis of the U.S. criminal justice system’s response to violence against Indigenous women. She has since volunteered as an on-call advocate for a battered women’s shelter and as a […]