We Want Your Input!
Join us on Oct. 20th
Please join us for presentations and Q&A sessions with the first of the final candidates for CCASA’s Executive Director position.
The first opportunity to meet a final candidate and provide your feedback to our Transition Committee is Monday, October 20th at 11am-12pm.
If you’re in the metro area, please join us in person at the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center, Rm 2B, 2nd Floor. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, October 17. Parking validated if you park at the CCASA office building, 700 Lincoln St., and bring your ticket with you.
Otherwise, please join us online by clicking here to register.
Brie Akins has been active in the movement to end violence against women for over 16 years. She worked as an advocate and educator at both rural and urban community-based advocacy organizations in Washington, Idaho and Oregon, as well as in New Zealand. She also worked at the state level administering rape prevention and education funds and providing training and technical assistance on a wide range of topics relating to sexual violence intervention and prevention. Brie co-founded the Oregon End Violence Against Women Political Action Committee, the first political action committee in the nation to focus specifically on violence against women issues. Currently, she works at a local non-profit sexual assault advocacy organization as the Director of Financial Management & Support, and provides consulting services to domestic and sexual violence advocacy organizations. Brie has a Masters degree in Sociology and a Graduate Certificate in Non Profit Management