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Rebecca St. George

Resource Coordinator

MSH-TA

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Mending the Sacred Hoop -Technical Assistance Project

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Rebecca St. George
Resource Coordinator Rebecca started working for Mending the Sacred Hoop Technical Assistance Project in August of 1999. She is also currently coordinating a Safety and Accountability Audit of the systems response to Native women reporting sexual assault in and around Duluth, MN. From 2004-2007, Rebecca worked locally as the Native Women's Advocate for Mending the Sacred Hoop/Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, monitoring the system response to women experiencing violence and providing individual advocacy. In addition to working with Mending the Sacred Hoop, Rebecca sits on the Board of Directors for American Indian Community Housing, which is a transitional housing and battered women's shelter for Native women, and on the Circle Keepers/Board of Directors for the Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition. Rebecca is on the steering committee for Minnesota's Northeast Project to End Long-Term Homelessness and volunteers with the Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault. She received her BA in American Indian Studies and Anthropology from the University of Minnesota in 1994. Most important, Rebecca is the proud mother of two beautiful children, Jackson and Lillian.


Board of Directors « pavsa

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Rebecca St. George - Committee Liaison
Student - Hamline University / Consultant


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Rebecca St. George


AIA09Presenters

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Rebecca St. George started working for Mending the Sacred Hoop in 1997 where she has worked as an advocate, a trainer, a training coordinator, and a batterers' intervention group facilitator.
As of January 2009, Ms. St. George is coordinating the Sacred Hoop Coalition, Minnesota's state-wide tribal domestic violence coalition. Previously, she co-coordinated a Safety and Accountability Audit of the systems response to Native women reporting sexual assault in and around Duluth, MN. In addition to working with Mending the Sacred Hoop, Ms. St. George sits on the board of directors for American Indian Community Housing, a transitional housing and battered women's shelter for Native women, on the Circle Keepers/Board of Directors for the Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition and is on the steering committee for Minnesota's Northeast Project to End Long-Term Homelessness. Ms. St. George volunteers as an advocate with the Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault, where she is also a member of Duluth's Sexual Assault Multi-disciplinary Action Response Team (SMART).


www.sartconference.com

Rebecca St. George
Rebecca St. George (Fond du Lac Ojibwe) has been working for Mending the Sacred Hoop since 1997. Within that program, she has worked as an advocate, a trainer, a training coordinator, and a batterers' intervention group facilitator. Rebecca is currently coordinating a Safety and Accountability Audit of the systems response to Native women reporting sexual assault in and around Duluth, MN. In addition to working with Mending the Sacred Hoop, Rebecca sits on the Board of Directors for American Indian Community Housing, which is a transitional housing and battered women's shelter for Native women, and on the Circle Keepers/Board of Directors for the Minnesota Indian Women's Sexual Assault Coalition. Rebecca is on the steering committee for Minnesota's Northeast Project to End Long-Term Homelessness. Finally, Rebecca volunteers as an advocate with the Program to Aid Victims of Sexual Assault, where she is also a member of Duluth's Sexual Assault Multi-disciplinary Action Response Team (SMART). She received her BA in American Indian Studies and Anthropology from the University of Minnesota in 1994. Most important, Rebecca is the proud mother of two beautiful children, Jackson and Lillian.


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