Campus Consortium

Domestic Violence Network

Indianapolis, IN

The mission of the Domestic Violence Network is to engage the community to end domestic violence through advocacy, education, and collaboration.

Campus Liason: Cecily Johnson

Strategic Collaborations Specialist

Cecily Johnson is a Georgia native and currently serves as the Strategic Collaboration Specialist at the Domestic Violence Network in Indianapolis, IN. Cecily received her Bachelor of the Arts degree in Psychology, with a minor in Women’s and Gender studies, from Mercer University in Macon, GA. She subsequently received her Master of Social Work degree, where she focused on Community Partnerships, from Georgia State University, in Atlanta, GA. After spending 26 years in Georgia, Cecily relocated to Las Vegas, NV, where she served as the Program Specialist for Technical Assistance, for the Nevada Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence. Here she managed a federal grant project for elder abuse, through the State of Nevada’s Office of Attorney General and U.S. Office of Violence Against Women. In her current role as Strategic Collaboration Specialist, she focuses on community engagement and partnerships, training creation and facilitation, and works on DVN’s community-wide plan. Cecily has always had a passion for this work and this field and looks forward to doing her part as an agent of change.