Senior Program Manager
Jenna Smith is a senior program manager in the Gender and Family Justice Department. She provides in-depth expert assistance to individual jurisdictions across the U.S. to plan, implement, and strengthen their responses to intimate partner violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking. In this capacity, she develops and coordinates training curricula and programs, manages a diverse group of subject-matter experts, and researches and creates written and multimedia products. Prior to joining the Center, she was the operations manager at Hour Children, a nonprofit that runs visitation and parenting programs for children and their incarcerated mothers at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility in New York. Ms. Smith holds a B.A. from Trinity College in Hartford, Conn., with majors in human rights studies and English.
- COVID-19 and Domestic Violence: Lessons from Court Responses
- What Courts Should Know About Probation Supervision of Domestic Violence Offenders
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- Navigating Transitions in Judicial Leadership: Guidance for Domestic Violence Courts