Kay is an educator, trainer and advocate who has been working within the domestic abuse arena for over 15 years. Kay is highly regarded by practitioners from all sectors for her professionals’ training. She is widely recognised for her work with survivors and continues to deliver recovery programmes to women in her home county of Worcestershire. As Founder of A CALL TO MENUK she shares, along with her fellow Directors, the conviction that women’s voices must be heard in any primary prevention efforts.
Anne’s passion to end violence against women and girls has resulted in an extremely successful career spanning over 30 years. She has worked extensively in the criminal justice arena and in 2006 received an international Criminal Justice award in recognition of her efforts. Anne’s experience and expertise make her a highly respected and much sought after trainer and consultant. Anne is the first and only Duluth curriculum trainer in this country and author of ‘Becoming Respectful’- a 1-1 or group work programme for men who abuse. Anne is founder member of 4 charities including the Devon Rape Crisis Service of which she is a trustee.
Katie is an educator, trainer and advocate and has worked in the field of domestic abuse for over 17 years. Katie’s experience includes developing and delivering group work programmes to survivors. Her domestic abuse training to statutory and voluntary organisations is highly regarded amongst all sectors. She has extensive knowledge of working as a practitioner-trainer and has also developed, co-ordinated and managed family projects. Katie is SafeLives IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Advisor) trained and has developed and managed IDVA, Refuge and Outreach services across the West Mercia region.