Jannette Brickman

Senior Program Associate at Vera Institute of Justice

Jannette has been involved in domestic violence policy, reform, or direct service since 1992. She joined Vera in October 2010 as a Senior Program Associate. Jannette provides training and technical assistance for grantees of the Disabilities Grant Program. Since joining Vera, she has also provided training and technical assistance for the Supervised Visitation Initiative, which provided training and technical assistance for what is now the Justice for Families Grant Program.

Jannette has also worked on the Translating Justice Initiative, where she worked in collaboration with outside partners to create a robust language access training curriculum to address the needs of crime victims who are Deaf and hard of hearing and who possess limited English proficiency.

Prior to joining Vera, Jannette served as a systems advocate for the Arizona Coalition Against Domestic Violence and as the Executive Director of the St. Louis Family Violence Council, which ran the St. Louis Family Justice Center. Jannette was also a staff and senior attorney at the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Family Violence Department.

Jannette received her JD from DePaul University College of Law, her MA in Counseling from John Carroll University, and her BS in Journalism from Boston University. She is currently licensed to practice law in Colorado, and volunteers her time at Colorado Legal Services representing victims of domestic violence in order of protection hearings and dissolution of marriage proceedings.