This week’s guests will discuss the recent murder/suicide by an NFL player and the impact this action can have on society. Guests::
Carolyn Russell is a 30-year veteran advocate and policy maker in the Battered Women‘s Movement. For 26 years she has served as the Executive Director of A Safe Place, the City of Oakland’s first battered women’s shelter and comprehensive domestic violence prevention and support services organization.
She is a sought after speaker, seasoned educator and long-time advocate on behalf of women’s issues and matters of social justice. Her thought leadership and insight is sought in the media and in the corridors of power in Alameda County, the state of California and nationally.