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Welcome to On Purpose: 2022 WSCADV Conference! We are so glad you’re here. After three years, we’re coming together in person in the spirit of collective healing, celebrating community, and renewed commitment to a world free from violence. WSCADV’s annual conference is a time for advocates from all over Washington to come together to learn, share, and connect. We can’t wait to see you!

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Terique Scott

League of Education Voters
Legislative Associate
King County
I’m excited to be apart of the conference. Excited to learn from different perspectives.

Community Member
(King County)
I am grateful for your consideration for the opportunity to continue serving on the WSCADV Board. I grew up with my mom being involved in an abusive relationship with my father. My mom was one of the lucky ones to get away from that situation because of family/friends support along with a good career she was still able to hold down while going through that situation. I have other family members who have been impacted by domestic abuse and they weren’t as lucky and the cycle keeps going on being passed down to future generations. My father himself was abused by his father, I want to break that cycle. I am here to engage with others while also learning to understand my male privilege and being a better ally for those who are voiceless especially when it comes to domestic violence.

I am currently a Legislative Associate at the League of Education Voters. Previously I was a supervisor for the Public Defender Association CoLEAD Response Team, providing person-centered, trauma-informed, harm-reduction-oriented services to unhoused adults, lodging participants in motel and hotel rooms in an interim housing approach to stabilization. I also served as Outreach Director for an advocacy organization spreading awareness about the tax inequality between low-income people and the wealthiest in Washington state. I have a background in community organizing and campaigns on issues such as income inequality and working families, and I have a degree in Criminal Justice & Corrections.