We are excited to partner with the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) and Saving Our Daughters (SOD) in bringing the conversation about Domestic Violence into the Spanish Speaking community.

GCADV and SOD began this campaign in October to bring awareness, education, and accountability. Therefore, we want this conversation to continue in all communities and cultures. We are excited to have the template reflect the message in Spanish.

Please share your message with the hashtag #YOSOYAGENTEDECAMBIO on Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/GCADV,  and https://www.facebook.com/GLADVAtlanta.
                                              

 

For more information on the campaign, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/GLADVAtlanta

Michelle Toledo-Caiñas
Michelle Toledo-Caiñas was born in San Juan, PR and has been living in the mainland since 1989. Michelle earned her bachelors of science degree in criminal justice from Florida Metropolitan University; her Master's in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University; and has currently been accepted at Capella University to pursuit her PhD in Public Safety Leadership in Criminal Justice. She originally formed the program as a task force with the support of her previous employee, Partnership Against Domestic Violence, in order to establish a better network of advocates who work with the Latin community. With time the task force also became a place for educational opportunity and a collaborative opportunity in the community. In the Summer of 2012, GLADV joined Ser Familia as one of their programs to keep serving the community. Although, Michelle herself is not a survivor of domestic violence, she strongly believes everyone deserves to have a healthy relationship with their family and intimate partner. Therefore education and awareness are imperative to her and bringing it to the community. She has over 100 hours combined of presentations and training in the subject matter of domestic violence. Michelle's invaluable experience also made her great addition to the advisory board of Encuentro Latino in 2010 – 2012. She has also testified in court as an expert witness in a domestic violence case and has had good success in planning and executing conferences and events.

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