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Brittany Davis

Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Brittany Davis
Hawaii State Coalition Against Domestic Violence Brittany Davis

Training & Technical Assistance Specialist, National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health

11:00 am – 12:15 pm – Exploring IPV Risk Assessments to Improve Responses to High-Risk Intimate Partner Cases

1:15 pm – 2:30 pm – Growing a Robust Coordinated Community Response to Address Risk, Safety, and Healing

Brittany Davis, LMSW, is the Associate Director of Community Accountability and Engagement on the Gender and Family Justice Team at the Center for Court Innovation. Ms. Davis provides training and expert assistance to communities across the country that seek to enhance their response to gender-based violence. She helped coordinate Project SAFE, an OVW-funded initiative aimed at enhancing services for justice-involved Black women survivors, and helped develop an abusive partner intervention curriculum for court-mandated individuals and a blueprint for restorative justice approaches to domestic violence in New York City. Prior to her work at the Center, she was a program manager at Big Brothers Big Sisters, where she developed curricula and facilitated after-school mentoring programs for high school students; an applied research fellow at Polaris, a leading nonprofit that works to combat and prevent human trafficking, and a social work intern at the Legal Aid Society’s Exploitation Intervention Project where she worked on a team providing holistic defense services to individuals with a history of commercial sex involvement or trafficking victimization. Ms. Davis graduated from Brown University with a bachelor’s degree in policy and Columbia University with a master’s degree in social work and a minor in law.