Olliette shares her personal story about domestic violenceand discussed how to deal with conflict.
Olliette Murry-Drobot serves as the Executive Director for The Family Safety Center of Memphis and Shelby County. She has 18 years of experience in not-for-profit management. The Family Safety Center coordinates civil, criminal, health and social services for domestic violence victims. Olliette is a member of the Memphis Shelby Crime Commission Board of Directors and a co-strategy leader for Operation Safe Community Goal: Reducing Violence in the Home. She is a board member of the Memphis/Shelby County Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Council and holds a Bachelor of Arts from Rhodes College, Master of Arts from the University of Memphis, and Master of Business Administration from Belhaven University. She is an American Leadership Forum Senior Fellow and a graduate of the Leadership Academy Fellows Program and graduate of the Delta Leadership Institute. Olliette is committed to the ideas of equity, dignity, and respect for all individuals. She survived a childhood with domestic
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