Jeri’ Greer is a Program Consultant-Victim Services Liaison II, for the Kansas Department of Corrections, Office of Victim Services. She is Kansas State University alumni, earning a B.S. in Sociology emphasizing in Criminology. She has 20 years of advocacy experience working with children and adults in mental health, corrections, transitional age services and community education, and preventative arenas. She is a current KOVA (Kansas Office of Victim Assistance) board member, Sedgwick County DV/SA Coalition member, and the current Chair of the Offender Accountability Meeting, a subcommittee of the Sg Co Coalition. She belongs to several community activist groups supporting the efforts to bring awareness on the impact of domestic violence in our communities both locally and nationally. She has worked for the Department of Corrections since 2016, where she provides advocacy to victims with offenders on Parole. She also assists victims who are partners of offenders who participate in KDOC BIP. In addition, Jeri Greer has provided training to KDOC staff, community partnering agencies to enhance a coordinated community response specific to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in the southern region of Kansas.