Nancy Faglie is an expert in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault and has over 25 years of experience in the field. Her passion for serving survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault lead her to a career change in 1998 after volunteering for six years with Sistercare. Nancy worked in many capacities in Colorado but one of the most rewarding was the Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team (DVERT). DVERT’s successes lead the program to be recognized as one of the leading multi-disciplinary response models in the nation and was replicated nationwide. One of Nancy’s many strengths is training which she has provided on National, statewide and local levels. Nancy served on the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence Board, she worked closely with the Colorado Safe TA project in developing training for forensic nurses, the Greenbook Initiative focusing on the co-occurrence of domestic violence and child abuse, and assisted with the development of the Domestic Violence court that brought together community partners, D.V. Court provides eligible offenders a chance to avoid incarceration while protecting public safety, ensuring offender accountability and intensively monitoring participants as they move through the program that addressed the development of collaborative work with department of social services in addressing domestic violence. Nancy has been recognized and received many rewards for her dedication and work with community collaboration and her work with survivors.
Nancy returned to South Carolina in 2013, since her return she worked for the South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence but has since retired and is returning to volunteerism and will be providing her experience and expertise in the field of domestic violence and sexual assault.