CO-FOUNDER AND CHAIR
CO-FOUNDER AND VICTIM SUPPORT CHAIR
911 SURVIVOR AND VICTIM ADVOCATE
Maureen’s husband Ken, was a victim of the 911 terrorist attacks at the World Trade center in New York. Maureen has experienced the lack of accountability and services for Canadian Crime Victims and has along with families of the Air India bombing launched a positive proactive approach to change in Canadian Legislation dealing with terrorism and crime victims rights.
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Joe and Lozanne Wamback have, presented to audiences across the region, province and Country addressing key stakeholders, political leaders, victim advocates, schools, and other agencies, on Victims rights issues and youth violence.
They have reached out to thousands of children, students and teachers speaking about anti-bullying. By informing and educating children, they are making a profound impact on the decisions that youth are making when considering actions such as bullying and the severe consequences of physically hurting another human being.
The CCVF speaker’s bureau is developing many professional and family speakers who will tell their story and make a difference to their audience, in influencing lives and decisions. Speakers who have experienced first hand the impact and trauma of being a victim that will provide valuable support and information to others.
The speakers program provides direct contact to various organizations and agencies who provide services to victims and who specifically deal with the associated trauma through agencies such as: police, emergency medical services, social agencies, counselors, school boards, hospitals, family and child community agencies etc.