The Domestic Violence spoke is led by the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition (UDVC) and focuses ending domestic violence in Utah through advocacy, education, collaboration, prevention, and leadership. Spoke leaders bring together government, nonprofit, universities, and other entities that focus on creating a world where all individuals and families in Utah live free from violence, feel safe, empowered, and hopeful. In addition to ensuring that victims and survivors of domestic and intimate partner violence get the help they need, the affiliates and participants in the Domestic Violence spoke will focus on how to begin moving forward with meaningful programs, initiatives, and efforts that prevent violence.
Executive Director, UDVC
Jennifer Campbell is the Executive Director at the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition. Prior to this current role, she serviced as the Executive Director of South Valley Services, a nonprofit domestic violence service provider.
Public Policy Director, UDVC
Erin Jemison is the Director of Public Policy at the Utah Domestic Violence Coalition. She has worked for over 20 years in the government, nonprofit, and university sectors in multiple states, including as a Policy Director for the YWCA Utah.
To make Utah a place where more girls and women can thrive, the Domestic Violence spoke leaders, affiliates, and participants are currently working to craft bold goals for 2026 and 2030. These goals will be linked to measurable outcomes, connected to visual dashboards, and will be posted in June of 2023. Through finding, collecting, and visualizing data for this spoke, changes over time can be tracked and utilized to create momentum for additional changes.