Diane Alexander General Biography

Diane Alexander has 23 years experience in the criminal justice and crime victim assistance fields. She began her career as a corrections officer and probation officer in Benton County, Oregon. In 1985, Alexander joined the staff of the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA), where she was primarily responsible for assisting crime victims and coordinating technical assistance requests and regional and national conferences.

From 1991 to 2002, Alexander was on staff at the National Center for Victims of Crime (formerly the National Victim Center), where she developed a specialized library collection; coordinated and conducted numerous training events; collaborated on the development of public awareness materials for Victims’ Rights Week; and coordinated requests from the media, including providing interviews. Alexander also directed the OVC-sponsored HIV/AIDS and Victim Services project that focused on creating a training program to educate victim service professionals on HIV Disease and its impact on crime victims.

Since joining Justice Solutions in 2002, Alexander has collaborated on several projects, including the Oral History of the Victims Movement, the National Crime Victim and Public Awareness Strategy Development Conference, and the National Public Awareness and Education Campaign.

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