NOVA’s Board of Directors is comprised of up to fifteen elected members committed to the mission of championing dignity and compassion for those harmed by crime and crisis.

Executive Board:

Steven J. Twist (President, (1st Term expires 2020)
Arizona Voice for Crime Victims, Scottsdale, AZ

Rhonda S. Barner, Immediate Past President, (1st Term expires 2017)
Retired-Director, Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office/Witness Division Dayton, OH

Andrew Yurick, Vice-President, (2nd Term expires 2020)
Attorney, Woodbury, NJ

Rosie Martinez, Secretary (1st Term expires 2021)
Victims Unit Director, H
idalgo County Criminal District Attorney- Victims Unit
Edinburg, Texas

Jennifer Radder, Treasurer, (1st Term expires 2020)
Bank Officer Market Leader, Capital City Bank
Newberry, FL

Remaining Elected Board:

Jeannette Adkins, MEd, LPC, CA, (1st Term expires 2019)
Retired – Executive Director, Michael’s House Child Advocacy Center/Greene Co. Prosecutor’s Office

Paul B. Freeman, (1st Term expires 2020)
Retired – Victim Specialist Federal Bureau of Investigation,
Victim Services – Consulting, Training and Trauma Response
Atlanta, GA

Dr. Mamie Futrell, DSW, LMSW  (1st Term expires 2021)
Civilian Victim Advocate for the USAF (Full time)
Charleston, South Carolina

Michaelene O’Neill McCann, (1st Term expires 2019)
Retired – Attorney ADA and Chief Victim Witness Services
Essex MA District Attorney’s Office

Patricia A. Payne, (1st Term expires 2019)
Retired – Executive Director of Northwest Victim Services
Willow Grove, PA

Marsha Probst, Immediate Past President, (2nd Term expires 2019)
Director, Victim Assistance, Park City, UT

Elizabeth (Beth) Rossman, (1st Term expires 2019)
Retired – Director Office of the State Attorney 18th Judicial Circuit, Florida
Titusville, FL​

 

 

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