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Featured Content at NCADV's 2022 National Conference on Domestic Violence

August 28th-31st, 2022

Marriott St. Louis Grand,
St. Louis, Missouri 

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NCADV's 2022 National Conference on Domestic Violence Agenda

Including Workshops and Sessions on Systems Change, Health and Domestic Violence, Advanced Advocacy Skills, Anti-Oppression and Racial Justice, and Survivor-Centric!

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2022 Award Ceremony and Soiree

On Monday, August 29th, NCADV will host the Evening Soiree and Awards Ceremony to celebrate the winners of the 2021 and 2022 awards, as well as provide an opportunity for survivors and advocates to self-care with a well-deserved dance party!

Conference attendees can RSVP to the event when they register for the event. We still have some tickets available for non-attendees as well!

Award Winner Details Coming Soon!


Continuing Education Hours

NCADV is thrilled to share that the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) has approved our 2022 national conference on domestic violence for up to 19.5 Continuing Education hours for conference attendees.

Details on available Continuing Education hours are available in our conference agenda.

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Featured Speakers at NCADV's 2022 National Conference on Domestic Violence

NCADV is delighted to share the lineup of featured speakers who will be delivering remarks from the main conference stage this year, including our 2022 Keynote, Tommi Vincent!

Tommi Vincent is a multi-hyphenate and dynamic visionary dedicated to providing women, children, and families with the tools they need to transform their lives and purpose by promoting the healing properties of cooking, the power of sharing personal experiences, and the value added to collective communities through the exchange of ideas and direct distribution of resources.

 

Additional Remarks Delivered by:

Nancy Foster, Education Director,
Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Ruth M. Glenn, President/CEO
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Honorable Tishaura Jones,
Mayor of St. Louis

Katie Ray-Jones, Chief Executive Officer
National Domestic Violence Hotline

Rachel Louise Snyder, Journalist, Writer, Professor
Author of No Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us


Call for Workshop Proposals for NCADV's 2022 National Domestic Violence Conference

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