Levette Kelly Johnson, Executive Director
Levette Kelly Johnson has served as the Executive Director for the MSCASA since 2002 and on staff at MSCASA since 1998. She has over twelve years of experience in non-profit administration and grant management, as well as implementing fiscal and programmatic components of state and federal grant programs. She has served on several national committees: Stalking Resource Center Planning Committee, the National Resource Sharing Project Planning Committee, Advocacy Center for Training and Treatment National Advisory Board. Mrs. Johnson has been a volunteer crisis counselor with the local Jackson Rape Crisis Center since 1998.
Wavette Davis, Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Coordinator
Wavette Davis is the Sexual Violence Prevention and Education Coordinator. Prior to joining the coalition in May 2007, Ms.Davis worked for the Mississippi Department of Public Safety Planning, Office of Justice Programs for twenty-nine (29) years implementing and administering state and federal formula and discretionary grants. At the Mississippi Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Ms. Davis implements the Rape Prevention and Education Program under the MS State Department of Health.
Pat Reynolds, Fiscal Manager
Parthfene Reynolds has over 32 years of program management experience. She has worked the past six years in non-profit federal and local grant management with certifications in Staff Management, Grant Training, Grant Management and payroll and office administration.
Shalotta Sharp, Special Projects Coordinator
Shalotta Sharp is a registered nurse and has worked as an Emergency Department Nurse for 17 years. She has worked as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, SANE for 12 years and is nationally certified in adult, adolescent and pediatric patients. She was the first SANE-P in Mississippi. She established a Pediatric Forensic Exam Clinic in Meridian, MS. She has taught the SANE Course for nurses across the US through Marshall University, West Virginia University, The Office for Victims of Crime, The Department of Justice, and Indian Health Services. Mrs. Sharp is currently a member of the IAFN (International Association of Forensic Nurses) Government Affairs Committee.
Althea Hart, Campus Program T.A. Specialist
Althea Hart has worked over the past 10 years as a technical assistance provider for the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Campus Program. In this capacity, she has provided T.A. to colleges and universities throughout the U.S. and its territories. Currently, Althea is the Training and Technical Assistance Specialist for the MSCASA OVW Campus Program, providing training and support to OVW campus grantees on student conduct and to campuses throughout the state of MS.