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Ending Sexual and Domestic Violence


Crime No More is committed to ending sexual violence and domestic violence by providing advocacy, quality training, education and preventative methods to build a safer community.  Our advocates are nationally recognized and have years of experience in the victim services field. Collectively, our advocates have provided sexual violence and domestic violence training, education and prevention to thousands and advocated for survivors of sexual and domestic violence.

Sarah Harris, CA

Sarah Harris stands as a beacon of advocacy, amassing 15 years of transformative experience. Her unwavering dedication has touched the lives of wounded soldiers, veterans, and families, leaving an indelible impact.

Noteworthy is Sarah's distinction as a United States Army Wounded Warrior Advocate, meriting her the esteemed Award of Excellence from Armed Forces Service Corporation. Her exceptional service transcended boundaries, providing unparalleled support that redefined dedication.

At the forefront of education and prevention, Sarah's role as a Contract Installation Trainer/Advocate stands as a testament to her influence. A staggering 55,000 soldiers benefited from her guidance, underlining her commitment to fostering awareness and safeguarding communities. Collaborations with entities like the Sexual Assault Review Board (SARB) and the Family Advocacy Program (FAP) showcased her holistic approach to safety.

Notably, Sarah served as a Subject Matter Expert, exemplifying her authority in Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence matters. Her expertise was instrumental in shaping policies and initiatives across Fort Riley, Kansas, touching prevention, education, advocacy, and response. Noteworthy is the fact that the Fort Riley Resiliency Spouse Academy led Fort Riley to receive the best practice recognition. This achievement stemmed from a school that Sarah initiated and guided, showcasing her impact on a broader scale.

Yet her reach surpasses military realms; as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for CASA of Memphis and Shelby County, she became a voice for vulnerable children in intricate judicial proceedings.

A proud alumna of The University of Memphis, Sarah's dual Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and Sociology, paired with her Credentialed Advocate (NACP) status, epitomize her commitment to advocacy, hope, and healing. In the tapestry of her journey, Sarah Harris weaves compassion, resilience, and enduring change.

Shanika Rose, MA

Shanika Rose stands as a testament to academic prowess and professional excellence. Graduating from Kansas State University, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Services, with a focused emphasis on Family Life and Community Service. Her educational journey continued with the attainment of a Master of Arts in Human Services, specializing in Business, from Liberty University. In addition to her academic achievements, she's a dedicated member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

With a career spanning over 15 years in human service-related roles, Shanika is a seasoned professional of unmatched skill. Her impact is evident in her adept training of over 50,000 students, professionals, military service members, and families. She possesses specialized expertise in areas such as intimate partner violence, teen dating violence, and sexual assault. Her commitment extends to fostering collaborative partnerships with community agencies, ensuring comprehensive support for individuals, families, and communities. Shanika's professional foundation rests on her unwavering dedication to meeting and sustaining the emotional, social, and safety needs of individuals and families. She consistently upholds the highest standards of customer service and training for the populations she serves.

One of her distinguished roles was as the Contract Installation Manager for the Fort Leonard Wood Soldier for Life-Transition Assistance Program. In this capacity, she adeptly managed a military transitional service center catering to approximately 1250 clients annually. Her collaboration with key stakeholders ensured that clients received top-tier counseling, instruction, and customer service.

Prior to this, she served as the Army OneSource Unit Service Coordinator for the US Army Cadet Command, HQ. As a Unit Service Coordinator, Shanika played a pivotal role in directly supporting the Soldier, Family, and Assistance Branch. She served as a vital link between the military unit/activity, Army OneSource (AOS), and the Army Community Service (ACS).

Shanika Rose exemplifies a seamless fusion of academic excellence, unwavering commitment, and a passion for making a meaningful impact in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.

Latasha Mays

Latasha Mays currently holds the position of Victim Advocate D-SAACP certified-level 1 with the SHARP program at JBLM, WA. Her journey began with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science from Kansas State University in 1999. Post-graduation, she embarked on a six-year tenure as a probation officer/case manager for juveniles at Community Corrections in Junction City, KS.

With an entrance into the realm of the Department of Defense (DOD), Latasha commenced her service as a Social Services Assistant with the Family Advocacy Program at Fort Riley, KS. Functioning as a case manager, she actively engaged with Soldiers and their families. Her role extended to co-facilitating weekly domestic violence groups and leading support sessions for spouses who had been victims of emotional and physical abuse.

From Fort Riley, Latasha's journey led her to Fort Stewart, GA, where she continued as a Social Services Assistant within the ARMY Substance Abuse Program. Returning to Fort Riley, KS, she resumed her tenure with the Family Advocacy Program. Her involvement extended to the Wounded Warrior Program within the Social Work Department, where she facilitated soldiers' transition to continued services with the VA post-military service.

Latasha Mays' rich background in social services has been foundational to her role as a victim advocate. Her empathy and compassion have enabled her to guide and support victims through their recovery and legal processes. Additionally, her current position has offered her the opportunity to train soldiers on Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault awareness. The survivors she has worked with have been a source of inspiration, propelling her to excel as she serves within the SHARP program and Crime No More initiative.

Chelsea McKenzie, CA

Chelsea McKenzie, a dedicated native of the Memphis, TN area, stands as a passionate advocate for her community. With a strong belief in service, she has dedicated over 15 years to working closely with local churches. This journey has been marked by mentoring youth and assisting families in need, connecting them to vital resources for education and workforce readiness.

Her commitment extends beyond the confines of four walls – she's been a steadfast volunteer with the City of Memphis parks, contributing to the upkeep and enhancement of communal spaces. Moreover, her involvement with the Wolf River Conservancy underscores her dedication, from cleaning trash to planting trees and removing debris along the riverbanks.

Chelsea's spirit of giving led her to collaborate with renowned institutions. She's been an active force at the FedEx Family House, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, actively raising funds for a range of programs.

Chelsea's impact on youth has been profound. From engaging with organizations like Boy Scouts of America to mentoring and teaching life skills to Girl Scouts, she has left an indelible mark on future generations.

Her involvement in healthcare goes deeper than just her community engagements. With over 10 years of experience, Chelsea has supported doctors, nurses, and social workers in providing care to critically ill and hospice patients. Her dedication to service shines through in every facet of her life.

Driven by her compassionate background, Chelsea's journey has led her to become a victim advocate. Holding the credential of an Advocate (NACP), she stands as a beacon of support for all victims of crime. Her life's work has exemplified mentorship and philanthropy, and now, as a victim advocate, she continues to embody the values that define her impactful journey.

Gawaan Hureskin

Mr. Hureskin brings to our company a distinguished background rooted in advocacy. With 13 impactful years in the Federal Housing Division under the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), his dedication to service and support is unmistakable.

His role at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority showcased his commitment to community welfare, managing federally assisted multi-family housing properties. Overseeing the well-being of over 300 residents across various properties in the Greater Las Vegas area, Mr. Hureskin's capability in ensuring a thriving living environment was evident.

Embracing continuous growth, he aligned with the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and achieved the coveted Associate in Risk Management (ARM) designation. Simultaneously, he founded Self-Brand, a Graphic Designs company that collaborates with over 20 high-level companies nationwide, further reinforcing his dedication to impactful engagement.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Mr. Hureskin's commitment extends to coaching youth basketball, a platform through which he advocates for growth and personal development. His passion for mentoring young minds, steering them toward becoming productive and responsible adults, is evident in his endeavors.

A remarkable facet of Mr. Hureskin's advocacy is his role as a victim advocate. His dedication to community safety and well-being is the driving force behind his fight against sexual violence and domestic violence. In every endeavor, Mr. Hureskin embodies the spirit of advocacy, creating a profound impact in the lives he touches.

Alexis Eason, J.D.

Alexis Eason, a proud native of Memphis, TN, has carved a path defined by dedication and achievement. In 2005, she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Lane College, followed by a Juris Doctor Degree with a Concentration in Litigation from Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2013. An esteemed member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Alexis embodies excellence in every pursuit.

Beyond her academic accolades, Alexis passionately embraces community service. With fervor, she engages in church activities that uplift the Greater Memphis Area. Her involvement spans a spectrum, from spearheading food and clothing drives to tutoring and mentoring students. Alexis's commitment to the community is palpable, leaving a lasting impact on all she touches.

Alexis's profound affinity for the law, coupled with her genuine care for people and community, fuels her volunteer work at Crime No More. As a Volunteer Youth & Adolescent Mentor, she stands as a paragon of outstanding character and high ethical standards – qualities mandated by the law, demanded by her conscience, and essential for societal well-being.

In every facet of her life, Alexis Eason radiates a passion for the law, a love for humanity, and an unyielding dedication to her community.

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