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October 26, 2017, 12:00pm-1:30pm, International Monetary Fund, IMF Room HQ1-C-719
Keynote Address: Mark Levine, The Dangerous Stigma of Domestic and Sexual Violence
Mark Levine was first elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in
2015 and represents Alexandria, Arlington, and Fairfax, Virginia. He
has a long history as an advocate for justice for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Following the murder of his sister in 1996, Mark and his family pursued a 10-year campaign for justice. In that pursuit, Mark filed lawsuits, drafted laws, and did some private investigation in his ultimately successful odyssey to put the killer behind bars and bring his niece and nephew home from Mexico. Mark, a graduate of Yale Law School and Harvard College, previously served as Legislative Counsel to Congressman Barney Frank. His nationally-syndicated radio show is heard on more than 40 stations nationwide, and he is a frequent commentator on national television.
Programs sponsored by World Bank Group HSD’s DAPP program, Staff Association, and WBFN.
Attendees: WBG, IMF, and IDB staff, spouses/partners and their families. Outside guests will include
private and public sector organizations.