Survivors of violent crime endure financial, social, mental, and physical pain and suffering, which greatly reduces quality of life. Our team works collaboratively with jurisdictions to understand the experiences and effects of victimization, increase access to victim services, and improve systemic responses through restitution and victim compensation programs. These efforts help lead to recovery and provide pathways to healing.

Key Staff

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Grace Beil Call
Deputy Division Director, State Initiatives
Grace Beil Call works to improve the administration of state victim programs—including assistance, compensation, and restitution—by working with federal, state, and local leaders. Prior to joining the CSG Justice Center, she was a visiting fellow for the Office for Victims
of Crime at the U.S. Department of Justice as well as directed the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) program for the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy in Washington state. Grace also previously led the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She started her work with victims as a volunteer at the Rape Recovery Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received her BS in gender studies from the University of Utah.
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    Shundrea Trotty
    Project Manager, State Initiatives
    Shundrea Trotty leads technical assistance efforts to states improving the systemic response to victims. She works alongside state leaders to enhance crime victim compensation programs, restitution practices, and victim assistance funding processes. Before joining the CSG Justice Center, she was
    director of Iowa Services and Projects with Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Having worked in direct service for over 20 years, she has led culturally specific programs serving communities of color and focusing on reentry, reunification, job readiness, and employment. Shundrea started her career in grassroots community organizing and holds a BBA from William Penn University, an MPA with a nonprofit emphasis from Drake University, and is completing a doctorate of education in leadership at Drake University.
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