Remembering Amy Judy

"Amy was a tireless advocate for survivors, people with disabilities, and humankind, in general," says CVS director Nancy Smith. "She brought a gentle fierceness to her work and through her compassion, wisdom, and relentless pursuit of justice she moved even the most stubborn among us. We cannot imagine being able to fill the void left by Amy's sudden passing. She was truly loved by all of us."


From the Vera Center on Victimization and Safety


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