Bobbi Gagne is the Executive Director of the Sexual Assault Crisis Team. She is a member of the Washington County SART/SIU Response Team, and the Vermont Network Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Violence. She has worked with victims of sexual violence for more than 20 years and has trained and educated law enforcement officers, various professionals, survivors, and the public. She opened the first shelter in Vermont for male and female victims of sexual violence. Ms. Gagne has spoken throughout the United States and internationally on the topics of sadistic abuse, incest, underground pornography and prostitution rings, and sexual assault. She is a member of the Leadership Forum of the Vermont Approach, an appointed member of the Governor’s Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence Task Force, member of the Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project, and SASP National Forum presenter. She co-published in Quick Hits for Service Learning, is a member of the Vermont Network Women of Color and First Nation Caucus, and participated in the SA Advocacy Summit. She presented at the Vermont Safespace Statewide Conference, “Transitioning our Social Programs: Creating Safety and Access with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Community.” NSVRC and the Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence honored Bobbie Gagne with the National Sexual Assault Prevention Award, and she received the 2008 VCC Campus-Community Partnership Award on behalf of NU and SACT. Ms. Gagne earned a B.A. in clinical counseling psychology.