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Meet Our Team


Tina is a victim advocate for the city prosecutor office. She has her bachelors degree in social work and masters degree in psychology. She has been married for 12 years and has two adult children and one bonus daughter. Tina has served on the PTA board for 5 years, and the cancer wellness house for 3 years. Tina is a huge crafter, enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.

Kendra is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who currently works in her private practice. She specializes in anxiety and borderline personality disorder. She received her masters degree in social work at the University of Utah. Kendra volunteered with the South Salt Lake Police Department for 5 years. She has helped with SLDVC for 5 years, however recently became a board member. Kendra enjoys working out, reading, spending time with family and friends, and working on her home.

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Noelle is married with four children, and four fur babies. Noelle is currently studying for her bachelors in social work. She lived in Utah most of her life. Noelle is a survivor of domestic violence herself, which is why she is so passionate about the issue. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, museums, symphonies, the ballet, music and nature.

Lynda is a corporate controller with a master’s in accounting.  She has previously served on the Board of the Cancer Wellness House and has served extensively with the Girl Scouts of Utah and the Utah PTA. Lynda loves hanging out with her family and dogs. In her free time, Lynda loves crafting, reading,  hiking,  and traveling.

Whitney has been married for 15 years, and has 4 very active kids! She enjoys traveling, even if that is with her daughters lacrosse team. Whitney is actively involved with a few non profits and loves the opportunities to help.

 Natalie has been a self employed hairstylist for over 25 years.  After working with the community and repeatedly needing and willing to help find resources for her clients in domestic abuse situations, she accepted the opportunity to be on the on the board for SLDVC.

Deborah is the Executive Director of the Utah Cold Case Coalition.  She has worked in the non-profit world for over 20 years, with 10 years of that specifically in the victim-services field.  Learning how to bridge the divide between the program world and that of administration, Deborah has worked with a variety of local non-profits on program and financial management including but not limited to: the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Utah Crime Victims Legal Clinic, Utah Homicide Survivors, Utah Community Action, Utah Developmental Disabilities Council and Dahlias’ Hope.  In wanting to explore the healing side of trauma, she has been a yoga-instructor for the past 10 years and conducts trainings on self-care, wellness, and trauma stewardship.”

Susi is a Co-Founder & CEO of Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources (PIK2AR). Through her experiences with domestic violence and mental health, it motivated her be a mentor and peer specialist in the community. Susi was born in the Kingdom of Tonga in the South Pacific, immigrated to the US when she was 12 years old. She is married with one fur baby.