Bright New Day Board of Directors Vice Chair
Natalie Dolci, LICSW, is passionate about social justice and her work to support survivors and create communities free from power-based personal violence through training and advocacy. In her role as Victim Advocate at the University of Washington Police Department, she provides direct services to victims of crime, conducts training on survivor-centered practices, and assists with the University of Washington response to domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. She currently serves on the Board of Bright New Day and of the King County Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
Previous to moving to Seattle, Natalie spent a year in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania working as a program consultant with a grass-roots Tanzanian Non-Governmental Organization that was making efforts to develop a women’s safety and empowerment program.
Natalie obtained her education at Tulane University. She lived in New Orleans both pre and post-Katrina and provided services to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking in her work there.
She is very excited to be involved in helping Bright New Day to grow their efforts so that we can reach as many women as possible.