Afua Addo, MHC, was just named one of 21 leaders to participate in the fourth cycle of Move to End Violence, a program of the NoVo Foundation. This new cohort unites leaders working across the intersections of many of the most powerful movements to
end violence against girls and women in all its forms, including domestic violence, commercial sexual exploitation, sexual assault, environmental injustice and more.
In 2017, Afua was selected by Essence Magazine as one of the Woke100 women blazing trails to achieve equality for people of color. She is Coordinator of Gender and Justice Initiatives with the Center for Court Innovation where she manages Project SAFE (Services and Fundamental Enhancements) for Justice-Involved Black/African-American Women addressing the needs of justice involved women with a history of domestic violence and sexual assault; partnered with Black Women's Blueprint & The National Black Women's Justice Institute funded by the U.S. Dept. of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.