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Eleanor A. Odom
Eleanor A. Odom is a Fellow/Senior Attorney with NDAA's National Center for the Prosecution of Child Abuse in Alexandria, Virginia, and has worked as a prosecutor for over 19 years.
is responsible for training prosecutors in the area of child abuse as well as coordinating the Center's Abusive Head Trauma group.
Ms. Odom was previously a Senior Assistant District Attorney supervising the Cobb County Georgia's Crimes Against Women and Children's Unit.
She is a graduate of Tulane University, Emory University and Georgia State College of Law.
After teaching high school, Ms. Odom
attended law school where she
was drawn to prosecution during her
has prosecuted a variety of crimes including capital offenses, child abuse and molestation, child kidnapping, and child homicides.
successfully tried State v. Fiek, a child molestation case involving 23 victims.
Ms. Odom is a frequent lecturer and presenter on child abuse issues, expert witnesses, and the basic litigation topics for new prosecutors.