Lea Sevey, she/her, MHS
Co-Director of Programming and Capacity

Lea has been in the Sexual/Domestic Violence services field for over 22 years, having spent 17 years as the Executive Director for program in rural Oregon and prior to that worked as a court advocate in a district attorney’s office. Lea holds a Masters in Human Services (MHS) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Administration of Justice and  is certified as an expert witness (and a certified dream analyst). Lea was honored with the Midori Hamilton award in 2019 for her commitment and leadership in the movement to end domestic and sexual violence. In her free time Lea serves on the Neighborhood Works Umpqua Board of Directors, writes novels (she’s written three), does genealogy research, and spends time with her husband and golden retriever.