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Portronda enjoys traveling, Gamecock football and basketball and reading. Courtney-Christie was born in Quantico, VA and now lives in Columbia, SC with her husband and 3 sons.
Courtney-Christie has been with SCCADVASA since 2011. (Boys Learning About Science and Technology), an educational organization created to keeping African American boys between the ages of 6-14 engaged in (hands on) Science, Math & Technology. Ekue has a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Webster University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from The College of New Rochelle where she received high honors and minored in Psychology. Ekue’s research interests includes intimate partner violence and sexual assault among survivors residing in marginalized communities, effective advocacy, policy reform, intervention/prevention, program development, population approaches, community coordinated responses to IPV, health risks and disparities associated with IVP and sexual assault among LGBTQ/immigrant populations and trauma informed care. Ekue is a member of the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society in Business, Management and Administration, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
During her time in Massachusetts, Olivia worked as a teen dating violence interventionist at Boston Medical Center, Boston’s safety net hospital, which sees the majority of low-income and underserved residents of the Greater Boston Area.
In this position, Olivia worked with adolescents who had used physical aggression against a partner and guided them in developing strategies for reducing use of violence and building feelings of self-efficacy around violence reduction, with the ultimate goal of developing healthy relationships, healthier long-term attitudes and behaviors around violence, and greater connectedness to other community resources.
She also worked for Boston University’s Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance coordinating dance programming and student/community engagement.
Originally from Florida, Olivia enthusiastically returned to the Southeast in August 2016 to join SCCADVASA as the Prevention Coordinator.
She has a Master’s Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of South Carolina.
She holds a BA degree in Accounting from Columbia College and 15 years of experience in the field.Sara Barber, MA, is the Executive Director of SCCADVASA.Prior to joining SCCADVASA, she was the Executive Director of a batterer intervention program that offered services in seventeen South Carolina counties and has thirteen years of experience in this field.She returned to South Carolina in May 2015 and serves as SCCADVASA’s Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator.Kathleen partners with member organizations to grow capacity at reaching and caring for individuals who do not primarily communicate in English; with underserved communities to develop their understanding and utilization of available resources for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.