Lifetime Achievement Award Recipients

2021

Cherri N. Allison – Executive Director/Legal Advisor, Alameda County Family Justice Center (ACFJC)

She has for decades been a statewide and nationally recognized leader in the field of domestic violence. Her expertise, which included legal services to victims of domestic and interpersonal violence, including elder abuse, human trafficking and sexual assault made a mark on thousands of professionals and unquestionable changed the lives of thousands of survivors.Throughout her career she has been a pioneer in the domestic violence field. Because of her pioneering work, she was inducted in 2009 into the Alameda County Commission on the Status of Women’s Hall of Fame in the Justice category, which honors women who have reformed and expanded legal advocacy in our justice system. In 2010, she was honored by the Santa Clara Law School Center for Social Justice and Public Service and in 2011 Cherri was recognized by the American Bar Association Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence as one of 20 Visionaries in the field since the passage of the Violence Against Women’s Act. Cherri Allison’s legacy as a leader and innovator in the domestic violence field makes her so richly deserving of Alliance for HOPE International’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award.


2020

Deborah D Tucker – Executive Director, National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence

Deborah D. Tucker, known to all her friends as Debby, received Alliance for HOPE International’s 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award for a stunning set of accomplishments over the course of her career. Debby is known and respected for groundbreaking efforts to end violence against women for four decades. Debby has worked closely with every state in the nation as well as 12 other countries. Debby began her work as a volunteer at Austin’s Rape Crisis Center. In 1974, she took a job at the Center. With her signature energy, Debby also co-founded and then directed the Austin Center for Battered Women during its first five years. The shelter was one of the first in the nation and received national acclaim as an exceptional program offering safety and other needed services for abused women and their children while seeking to prevent domes/c violence. Later, Debby facilitated the merger of both organizations into SafePlace, a national leader for its innovative and effective programs.


2019

Mary Claire Landry founding Executive Director New Orleans Family Justice Center Alliance

“Mary Claire Landry is one of the most transformational leaders in the history of the domestic and sexual assault movements in Louisiana but her reach goes far beyond her own state.  Mary Claire has inspired Family Justice Centers across the United States and around the world,” said Casey Gwinn, President of Alliance for HOPE International.  Gael Strack, the CEO of Alliance for HOPE International added: “When we arrived in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina to help support Mary Claire’s vision for creating a Family Justice Center, we did not realize that she would end up inspiring and helping us develop the movement around the world.  She is relentless, determined, passionate, and totally inspirational.”


2018

Dr. Oliver Williams, Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community

Oliver J. Williams, Ph.D., Professor of School of Social Work at the University of Minnesota, in St. Paul. Past Executive Director of the Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community (IDVAAC) and former Project Director of the African Immigrant and Domestic Violence Initiative and the Safe Return Initiative.  Currently a consultant with the Education for Critical Thinking and an advisor with Domestic Violence Shelters.org.


 2017

Nancy O’Malley,  Alameda County District Attorney

Nationally recognized expert in human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence.
Founder of the Alameda County Family Justice Center and HEAT Watch Program

 


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Lynn Rosenthal, Vice-President for Strategic Partnerships

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Former White House Advisor on Violence Against Women

 


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2015

Vincent J. Felitti, M.D.

Kaiser Permanent Medical Care Program
The University of California, San Diego

 

 


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Jacquelyn Campbell, Ph.D, RN, FAAN

School of Nursing
Johns Hopkins University

 

 

 


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2013

Dean Hawley, M.D.

School of Medicine
Indiana University

 


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Lt. Mark Wynn (Ret.)

Wynn Consulting


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Sarah Buel, J.D.

Clinical Professor of Law and Director
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, ASU

 

 


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Sue Else

President
National Network to End Domestic Violence

 

 

 


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The Honorable Ronald Adrine

Admin. and Presiding Judge
Cleveland Municipal Court

 

 

 


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Esta Soler

President and Founder
Futures Without Violence

 

 

 


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Ellen Pence, Ph.D.

Executive Director
Praxis International

 

 

 


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Sgt. Anne O’Dell (Ret.)

San Diego Police Department