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Portronda Lowery grew up in Columbia, SC and has served SCCADVASA since 2012.
Courtney-Christie has been with SCCADVASA since 2011. (Boys Learning About Science and Technology), an educational organization created to keeping African American boys between the ages of 6-14 engaged in (hands on) Science, Math & Technology. Ekue has a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Webster University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from The College of New Rochelle where she received high honors and minored in Psychology. Ekue’s research interests includes intimate partner violence and sexual assault among survivors residing in marginalized communities, effective advocacy, policy reform, intervention/prevention, program development, population approaches, community coordinated responses to IPV, health risks and disparities associated with IVP and sexual assault among LGBTQ/immigrant populations and trauma informed care. Ekue is a member of the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society in Business, Management and Administration, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
In 2011, Katie and her husband relocated for 3 ½ years to Tanzania in East Africa where Katie worked with local women’s rights organizations and programs to support the development and equality of Tanzanian women and girls.
Katie was lead author on The Evolution of a Sexual Assault Program, published in the January 2012 edition of The Sexual Assault Report.
SCCADVASA’s board and staff work to make South Carolina safer by raising awareness, advocating for effective policies, and providing extensive training and technical assistance to member organizations’ advocates and allies.
If you would like more information about our work, or would like to get involved, please contact our office at (803) 256-2900.