ACADEMY FACULTY & STAFF
Dr. Debra L. Stanley
Academy Director, Faculty
Dr. Heather L. Pfeifer
Associate Director, Faculty
THE VICTIM SERVICES PROFESSIONAL NETWORK: Creating Ties That Bind
The purpose of the RVAAM Alumni Association (aka, The Victim Services Professional Network [VSPN]) is to provide a vehicle by which Alumni may assist in the attainment of the goals set forth by the Academy. As such the goals of the Alumni Association are:
As such, the Alumni Association has created a set of committees designed to support these goals. A description of each committee is listed in the left-hand column. The Alumni Association welcomes the active involvement of its members and as such is always looking for more Alums to serve on these committees so they can share their talents and knowledge with their fellow peers.
A HEARTFELT THANKS
The Alumni Association would not be where it is today without the devotion of a select group of individuals who volunteered their time to help create the Association and subsequently serve on its Executive Board as Officers, and supporting members.
For their never-ending dedication to the Alumni Association, we offer our sincerest thanks …
Kim Vasco (Class of 2004) – Founding President , 2004-2006.
Beverly Brooks (Class of 2004) – Founding Vice-President, 2004-2005.
Jessica Dickerson (Class of 2004) – Founding Secretary, 2004-2008.
Bonnie Robertson (Class of 2005) – Vice-President, 2005-2006; President, 2006-2008.
Bob Ertter (Class of 2005) – Board member, 2005-2006.
Debbie Bradley (Class of 2005) – Vice-President, 2006-2009
Cherie Peay (Class of 2004) – Founding Treasurer, 2004-2009
Valda Rotolo (Class of 2004) – President, 2008-2009
Linda Fair (Class of 2006) – Co-Chair (2009-2012)
William A. Griffin (Class of 2008) – Co-Chair (2009-2012)
Dianna Abramoski (Class of 2007) – Treasurer (2009-2012)
Alicia Davis-Johnson (Class 2007) – Secretary (2008-2012)
Did you know the Alumni are on Facebook?
Search for “Roper Victim Assistance Academy,” then ask to join our group! It’s a great way to stay connected with your fellow alum, and to be able to share information with one another …
An Open Letter
~ Carolyn C. Cosey
class of 2018