Campbell Retires from PAVE
Linda Campbell, executive eirector of PAVE (Project Against Violent Encounters) has retired after 22 years of dedicated service to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. The Board of Directors celebrated her many years of commitment at a retirement dinner held in her honor at the home of Paula Sherman, president of the Board. Linda began her work with PAVE as its counseling and social work advocate, responding to the urgent needs of women in crisis due to the trauma of violence. She has helped countless victims, supporting them through the nightmare of domestic abuse and standing with them as they overcame horrible life situations and moved on to a new life for themselves and their children.
Linda was PAVE’s executive director, for ten years, and oversaw the growth and expansion of PAVE’s comprehensive programs to support survivors from first contact through the 24-hour volunteer staffed hot line, to court advocacy, counseling, shelter and emergency housing, supervised visitation for children, and finally outreach and violence prevention education. The board and staff of PAVE wish Linda a well-deserved and wonderful retirement.