Former prosecutor, lawyer, media commentator and author of "And Justice for Some." Director, Women's and Children's Advocacy Project Center for Law and Social Responsibility New England Law|Boston.
Investigative journalist. Nationally acclaimed writer, policy analyst and advisor.
Author and DV expert. Instructor and supervisor for a NY Model Batterer Program since 1999. Former attorney representing victims of domestic violence for 30 years. Provides workshops, judicial and other trainings regarding domestic violence and child custody issues.
Founder and Executive Director of DV LEAP and Professor of Clinical Law at George Washington University Law School.
Nationally bestselling author, "Why Does He Do That? Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men" and "The Batterer as Parent, " playwright, workshop leader, and consultant on domestic abuse and child maltreatment.
Health information researcher, Sleep Association executive and sleep apnea survivor. Runs the Snoring Mouthpiece Review, a lauded snoring device review site.
Award-winning producer-writer-director of nationally syndicated and local television and independent film programs. Produced the award-winning documentary "No Way Out But One". Director of the TV Graduate Program at Boston University's College of Communication.
Executive Director of Child Justice, Inc. www.childjustice.org Eileen partnered with Hothouse Productions to produce a multimedia campaign which tackles the prevalent issues in the family courts, titled "Ignorance Is This."
Hera McLeod, the author of the blog www.cappuccinoqueen.com, has been advocating for children's rights since her 15 month old son Prince McLeod Rams was drowned to death on his fourth unsupervised visit with his abusive father.
Multi-Emmy award winning television journalist who has reported stories from around the world. With his wife, Garland Waller, he produced the award-winning documentary "No Way Out But One", about an American family granted asylum by the Dutch government as a result of domestic violence. He has also served as a staff memberon Capitol Hill, currently as Senior Advisor to Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney.
Mothers' rights activist and founder and chairwoman of Mothers for Judicial Accountability Foundation, a non-profit 501c3. MJA is dedicated to counseling and preparing mothers going through high conflict custody battles. Ms. Marks is responsible for the 2008 New York State "Bridget's Law" which protects mothers who make good faith allegations in custody battles that cannot be proven to a criminal standard.