Changes at NCALL
Thank you and congratulations, Bonnie Brandl
Founder and current NCALL Director, Bonnie Brandl, is retiring after 30 years of leadership at End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin. Brandl has worked in the gender-based violence movement since 1982, with End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin since 1991, and as the director of NCALL since 1999. A recognized leader within the elder abuse field and domestic violence movement, Brandl’s career holds many notable accomplishments including authoring national curricula for law enforcement, prosecutors, and victim service providers on elder abuse, facilitating trainings for thousands of professionals in the United States, Guam, Canada, and Singapore, and affecting policy change on a range of issues that impact older survivors of abuse.
Brandl shares, “With joy and gratitude, I am announcing that I will be retiring on February 26, 2021… I am honored to have served as NCALL’s founder and director for more than 20 years. It has been a privilege to work with the NCALL team, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin staff, the Office on Violence Against Women and other federal partners, the OVW abuse in later life grantee communities, older survivors, advocates, and other colleagues. Together we have made a significant difference enhancing elder justice in this country and around the world.”
We thank you, Bonnie, for your work and steadfast dedication to older survivors.
Job Opportunity: NCALL Director
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin and the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL) are now seeking qualified applicants for NCALL Director. This position is responsible for providing nationwide leadership on addressing abuse in later life and enhancing responses to older survivors.
The NCALL Director leads the implementation of NCALL’s strategic and work plans and is responsible for ensuring NCALL’s work centers equity and social justice, internally and externally, through partnerships and collaborations.
Jointly with the NCALL team, the Director facilitates the creation of written materials and the provision of training, technical assistance, and subject matter expertise to various entities, systems, and projects across the United States including: national leaders in elder abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault fields; OVW Abuse in Later Life grantees and potential grantees; OVW technical assistance providers, funders and potential funders; and others. This position includes supervision, mentoring, staff development, project management and other high-level responsibilities. Significant national travel is required.
To view the job announcement and learn more about the qualifications for this position, visit: https://www.endabusewi.org/jobs/national-clearinghouse-on-abuse-in-later-life-ncall-director.
For full consideration, please apply by February 8, 2021.
Please direct questions to End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin Operations Manager, Angie Trudell Vasquez at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 608-255-0539 x 303.