Options Annual Summit: Domestic, Sexual and Elder Abuse
Time & Location
About The Event
Options Annual Summit on Domestic and Sexual Violence : Elder Abuse
Event space is limited to 100 participants. Register today by emailing email@example.com. This event is open to medical professionals, law enforcement, social workers, advocata and administrators.
9:15 a - 10:15 a
Medical Forensic Examination in the Emergency Department: Elder Abuse Neglect Case Study with Jen Green
10:30 a - 11:30 a
Serving Survivors Later in Life and Survivors with Disabilities with Jami Clark and Aquia Pusch
12:30 p - 1:30 p
Types of Elderly Abuse in the Home with Laura Denny
1:45 p - 2:45 p
Responding to Elder Abuse: Your Role and Mine with Kathy Greenlee
3:00 p - 4:30 p
Improving the Justice System Response to Abuse and Neglect in Later Life with Jonathan Kurland
Jennifer Green has worked for Saint Luke’s Health System since 2000 in the areas of Intensive Care, the
Emergency Department, and Critical Care. She is currently the Clinical Forensic Care Program Manager for
the Saint Luke’s Health System, covering 17 hospitals.
Kathy Greenlee, J.D. is President & CEO of Greenlee Global LLC. From 2009 to 2016, she was the Assistant
Secretary for Aging at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C. During her
tenure, she provided national leadership on the realities and prevalence of elder abuse.
Jonathan H. Kurland is an Attorney Advisor with AEquitas: The Prosecutors’ Resource on Violence Against
Women. As an Attorney Advisor, Jonathan presents on-trial strategy, legal analysis, policy, and ethical issues
related to gender-based violence. He conducts research, develops materials, and provides case consultation.
Jami Clark is the Disabilities Project Coordinator for KCSDV. She leads the partnership between KCSDV and
SACK, who create the Kansas BELIEVE team. Jami coordinates the implementation of strategic plan
initatives across partner agencies and sexual assault advocacy programs throughout the state.
Laura Denny has worked at LINK for 8 years as a case manager and Programs Assistant. Currently, LINK
staff service consumers in 37 counties in Western Kansas, providing Independent Living Services,
Transitional Living Services, Financial Management Services, and Home Modifications.
Aquia Pusch is the Rural Outreach Advocacy Coordinator for KCSDV. She has developed and provided
training on culturally relevant services, language access, rural advocacy support, and outreach to historically
underserved populations. She is a member of the Kansas BELIEVE team.