The success of Leave No Victim Behind has been measured by the quality of content delivered to our attendees over the last six years. This has only been possible thanks to the many Speakers/Presenters at our past conferences who we would like to recognize for their commitment to serving victims of mass violence.
Kathryn H. Floyd, Ph.D., is the Mass Violence & Terrorism Visiting Fellow at the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime.
Chef Oberoi is a survivor of the 26-11-08 terrorist attacks at the Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai. His story is documented in the recently released movie Hotel Mumbai which premiered in India on October 11th.
Retired FBI Assistant Director. Ms. Turman received the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service and two National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citations from for her work on the Pan Am 103/Lockerbie prosecution and the White House Hostage Policy Review.
Survivor, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting, Parkland, Florida
He is the Father of Kristina Kaylee Morisette, who is one of the 12 lost in the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting at Thousand Oaks California, on November 7th, 2018.
Susan is a Volunteer Victim Advocate with the Victim Services Unit of the Edmonton Police Service. Susan provided insights into one of the most mass violence incidents in Canada
During the aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombing “shoot out” in Watertown on April 19, 2013, he managed the department, overseeing the communications section and assignment of all Watertown personnel during the manhunt for suspect #2.
Mary Beth was one of the first on scene following the Sutherland Springs Mass Violence Tragedy.
Cassidee led the Media Relations Unit through the July 20, 2012 shooting at the Century 16 movie theater.
Ms. Greene has been working in the field of victim services since 1974, beginning as a volunteer in a Rape Crisis Center. She is currently Manager of Victim Services and Human Trafficking at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Mr. Jump was promoted to director of Fiscal, Administrative and Legislative Services. He and his staff of advocates established other innovative service programs that directly assisted victims of the Route 91 and Borderline mass casualty incidents.
Dr. Rheingold is a licensed clinical psychologist and Professor at the National Crime Victim's Research and Treatment Center (NCVC) within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Founder at Autism Recognition, Response and Risk Management. Autism & Law Enforcement Training Expert. Autism Dad
Senior Program Director, Tuesday's Children
Senior Program and Development Consultant, Tuesday's Children
Survivor, Loving Brother of Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick
Statewide Director of Training, SNUG Street Outreach, Office of Youth Justice, NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services
Jorge Rodriguez is the Emergency Management Coordinator for the El Paso City & County Office of Emergency Management
Director, Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice
National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center
Loving Sister of Betty Ann Ong
Loving father of Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona who was shot and killed in the line of duty
Survivor, World Trade Center
Private First Class, United States Capitol Police
Head of Victims Unit at United Nations Office of Counter-Terrorism.
Victim Support Europe, EU Centre of Expertise for Victims of Terrorism
Elaine P. Wynn & Family Foundation
Executive Director at Lideres Campesinas
Seattle LGBTQ Advisory Council to the Seattle Police Department
Founder and president, Muslims for Progressive Values
Dr. Chamberlain is an advocate for the autism community and an autism parent. She created a non-profit, 3.14 Academy, which provides free courses and resources for parents and caregivers of people on the spectrum.