Interim Executive Director
Prevention Program Coordinator
Nancy Greenman joined the SATF staff in 2012. Her lifetime of work to address the conditions that lead to violence against women has included organizing women’s centers in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, work with school districts in California, and most recently ten years at the Oregon Department of Justice coordinating the Oregon Domestic and Sexual Violence Services Fund. She holds a BA from Smith College and a JD from Boston University. Inspired by the many women she has seen change the conditions of their own lives and communities, Nancy believes that Oregon can prevent sexual violence before it occurs.
Jenna joined the Task Force in February of 2011. She began her career fighting violence against women as an undergraduate at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign volunteering at the local rape crisis center. Afterwards, she completed her Master’s in Social Service Administration at the University of Chicago concentrating in community development and organizing. During this time, she provided counseling for survivors of domestic and sexual violence and aided in the development of the SART program in Chicago. Jenna has lived in Guatemala and Ecuador working as a health educator and with an Ecuadorian non-profit organization supporting survivors of domestic violence. She is devoted to the development and provision of high-quality, victim-centered, and comprehensive support to victims of sexual violence.
SANE Program Coordinator
Robin Olafson joined the SATF in February 2012. She graduated from Oregon Health Sciences University School with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing in 1999 and has spent the majority of her nursing career in the emergency room setting. Currently she works in the emergency department at Providence St. Vincent in Portland, as was previously in Redmond, Bend, and Medford. Robin has been a practicing SANE RN since 2002 and has been certified by Oregon since 2005. Practicing in the urban and rural setting, along with a recent medical mission trip to Uganda has helped prepare Robin for the challenges that are presented to SANE RNs in a multitude of community settings. Her most recent focus has been peer education surrounding the issues of commercial sex trafficking of minors. Robin is currently a member of the Washington County SART team and has been an active member of the State SANE/SAE Certification Commission.
Annika Baldwin joined the SATF team in October 2011. She began her career in fighting to end sexual violence in her undergraduate studies at Western Oregon University. She studied psychology and fueled her passion through various internships, psychology, and sociology courses. She spent a year with Marion County Victim Assistance as a Sexual Assault Advocate, providing resources, emotional support, crisis counseling, and assistance in navigating the criminal justice system for survivors. Annika responded to calls, meeting victims of sexual assault at the hospital to offer support during the forensic examination and law enforcement interviews. She is devoted to providing effective education, prevention, and response to sexual violence, using survivor-centered strategies.
Jonathan Gates joined the Task Force in May of 2012. His involvement in the movement to stop violence against women began during his undergraduate studies at Willamette University, where he studied extensively in sociology, gender studies, ethnic studies and anthropology. He also participated in the Willamette University Men Against Violence (WUMAV) student group, serving as a co-chair of that group for two years. For his senior project in sociology, Jonathan accepted an internship with the Task Force, during which he researched factors affecting men’s participation in the anti-sexual violence movement. Jonathan strongly believes that by challenging cultural norms that normalize violence and supporting sexual violence prevention strategies, men can play an critically important role in ending sexual violence. Jonathan’s work includes supporting the Prevention Program, coordinating the Oregon Men Against Violence (OMAV) initiative and serving as the office technologist and webmaster.
Judy Hays joined the Task Force in July 2009. She graduated from a private university in Indiana with a BA in Elementary Education. After teaching for several years, she returned to her home in Oregon and worked for the Oregon Department of Justice for 19 years, 12 of which were for Attorney General Hardy Myers. Working with the former Attorney General, she appreciated his passion and tireless efforts on behalf of sexual assault and domestic violence crime victims. Judy serves as the primary contact between the SATF membership and the staff.
Julie Miller joined the SATF staff in 2013. Julie has worked in the non-profit sector as a bookkeeper for 16 years.