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One In the Movement: An Overview

This is an informational webinar providing an overview on The Texas Council on Family Violence's One in the Movement conference.

One in the Movement is a web-based training experience for family violence advocates. This training hub fuses live monthly webinars, self-paced programs, an electronic guidebook and information about on-location regional sessions covering essential tools every savvy advocate should know.

Erin Goodison
Erin Goodison is the Manager of Advocacy Services for the Supportive Housing Program at SafePlace in Austin. She has more than ten years experience providing advocacy to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and more than six years experience...More
Aaron P. Hernandez
Aaron P. Hernandez is the Education Director at the Texas Society of Association Executives. Prior, Aaron was the Manager of Family Violence Services at the Texas Council on Family where he assisted in planning and coordinating professional...More
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