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New Beginnings
April 28, 2015
Volume 7, Issue 3
STAFF
Genevieve N. Waller, Esq.
Executive Director
Provi Borgstadt, MBA
Office Manager
Sherry Lewis, LPC
Director of Therapy and Outreach
Melanie Snipes, LMSW
Director of Crisis Services
Kayce Singletary, MSW, MPH
Community Education Director
Mary Dell Hayes
Director of Development
Sarah Moran Nevarez
Volunteer Services Coordinator
Lara Brockwell, LMSW
Sexual Assault Services Coordinator
Amy Fisher, LPC-I
Advocate Counselor
Bahiyyih Young, MEd
Underserved Survivor Advocate
Amber Hiott, LPC-I
Group Services Coordinator
Caroline Burns
Prevention Education Coordinator
Alison Salisbury
Community Education Assistant
Emily Martin
Marketing Coordinator
January to March 2015 Statistics
 STSM staff and volunteers accompanied 91 primary
survivors of sexual assault and abuse at the hospital (40
under the age of 17).
 STSM staff and volunteers answered 180 hotline calls.
 STSM staff held 415 individual counseling and crisis
intervention sessions.
Upcoming Events
April 29
Denim Day
Email intern@stsm.org to schedule your workplace
participation!
April 28, 29 and 30
The Hunting Ground Screening
Nickelodeon Theatre
Panel led by STSM following the April 29 screening
May 5
Elder Abuse Training for Law Enforcement
Lexington County Sheriff’s Department Law Enforcement
Complex Training Facility
May 18
Tee It Up for STSM Golf Tournament
Golden Hills Golf & Country Club, Lexington
May 26
Abuse in Later Life: Cross-Training for Victim Service
Providers
Lexington County Sheriff’s Department Law Enforcement
Complex Training Facility
May 30—June 4
Volunteer Advocate Training
Email vsc@stsm.org to apply
STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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2014-2015
STSM Board of Directors
Jay Hamm, Palmetto Health
President
Kristian Bell
Vice-President
Chris Pierson, SCANA Corp.
Secretary/Treasurer
John Wilkinson, USA eShop
At Large
Phil Bailey, Push Advocacy
Katie Fox, Harbison Theatre
Wendy Fuess, BCBS of SC
Pamela Hardy, Palmetto Health
Steven Johnson, BCBS of SC
Dee Moise, Davis Moise CPA
Joel Samuels, USC School of Law
Jane Senn, Retired Educator
Michael Traynham, SC DHEC
Board Member of the Quarter
Joel Samuels
Joel Samuels is a Professor of Law and
the Director of the Rule of Law
Collaborative at the University of
South Carolina School of Law. Joel
received his Bachelor’s of Arts, magna
cum laude, in politics from Princeton
University in 1994 and his Juris Doctor
from the University of Michigan Law
school in 1999.
At USC, Joel teaches civil procedure
and international law. He has authored
articles on international boundary
disputes and is lead co-author of one
of the l eadi ng casebooks on
international law. Joel also serves as
the Director of the Rule of Law
Collaborative at USC, overseeing
programs focused on rule of law development across the globe.
During his first year at the University of Michigan, Joel was
nominated for the L. Hart Wright award for teaching excellence—
the only visiting faculty member to do so.
“Joel brings a unique set of skills to our board and helps us
maintain Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands’ reputation of
being one of the most efficient and effective nonprofits in South
Carolina.”
Jay Hamm, President, STSM Board of Directors
Volunteer of the Quarter
Tess Dawkins
Tess Dawkins has volunteered
in the STSM office since May
2014 and has spent more than
300 hours assisting staff in the
office. Her primary focus has
b e e n t h e e d u c a t i o n
department, where she has
hel ped to i mprove the
effi ci ency of eval uati on
procedures and created a
parent portal for our Youth
Violence Prevention Program©.
Tess is always willing to jump
in to get problems solved and
is eager to learn more about
evaluation and prevention
education.
“Tess is incredibly thorough
and bright, but her true impact has been in that she is able to
look at projects critically, ask questions, and ultimately provide
suggestions and ideas that improve every project she works on.”
Kayce Singletary, Community Education Director
STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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Stay tuned for more updates and
pictures from 2015 Sexual
Assault Awareness Month!
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Mungo Homes Community Builder Award
Monday, February 9
In February, STSM therapy dog, Max and his handler
Angie, were awarded a Mungo Homes Community Builder
award. The award was presented by WIS News 10 anchor
Mary King and Mary Mungo of Mungo Homes. Max is a
member of STSM’s animal-assisted therapy team. He helps
clients process trauma during their therapy sessions. Max’s
calming presence makes a huge difference (literally as he
weighs more than 100 pounds!) in the lives of survivors.
STSM received a $1,000 donation from the Michael J.
Mungo Foundation in honor of the hard work Max does!
Max enjoyed shaking hands with Mary Mungo, Director of
Marketing and Sales.
Walk a Mile Kickoff
January 29, 2015
STSM hosted our first Walk a Mile team captain kick-
off party on Thursday, January 29. Thank you to
It-oLogy for providing the wonderful space, to
Cromer’s for the yummy snacks and to Village Idiot
for the delicious pizza. Team Captain Kickoff
celebrated previous team captains. Guests of all ages
recorded #WAMChallenge videos, met Max the
Therapy Dog, and got pumped up for Walk a Mile!
Lexington Woman’s Club Golf Tournament
Monday, March 30
The 31st annual Lexington Woman’s Club golf
tournament took place at Lexington Country Club.
More than 100 golfers enjoyed a fun day on the
course and delicious cocktail party after the
tournament hosted by the members of the Lexington
Woman’s Club. STSM is LWC’s Community Impact
Project and will receive proceeds from the
tournament.
STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
Quarterly Highlights
January-March 2015
The new year kicked off quickly and STSM hasn’t slowed
down at all! We launched Walk a Mile, received recognition
for some of our awesome volunteers, partnered with a variety
of organizations in the community, and so much more.
STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
Prevention and Education
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By the Numbers
STSM’s Community
Education and Outreach
Program provides education
to adults and youth in
Richland, Lexington,
Newberry, and Sumter
Counties.
From January to April we
completed 243 sessions and
educated 1,027 youth and
1,716 adults.
For more information or to
schedule a presentation
email Kayce Singletary,
ced@stsm.org.
School of the Quarter
Brookland-Cayce High
School
STSM kicked off a new semester
of YVP at Brookland-Cayce High
School. They were welcomed
into the classroom of the “BC
Diva,” Mrs. Lynn Summer, for
the fifth year in a row.
“I real ly appreci ate the
atmosphere that Mrs. Summer
creates in her classroom. She is
very open and honest with her
students, which creates a
receptive environment for
tackling these difficult and
s ens i t i ve t opi c s , ” s ays
P r e v e n t i o n E d u c a t i o n
Coordinator, Caroline Burns.
“The students match her
enthusiasm and embrace each
lesson with an open mind.”
STSM l ooks f orward to
continuing its longstanding
partnership with Brookland-
Cayce next semester.
Shelli Adamczyk Jeff Faw
Mike Allen Ernest Finney
Forrest Alton Lee Foster
Phil Bailey Katie Fox
Frank Baker John Frick
Sara Barber Wendy Fuess
Kristian Bell Barbara Gelberd
Charlotte Berry Dan Goldberg
Deborah Billings Jay Hamm
Morris Blachman Tim Hardee
Sally Boyd Pamela Hardy
Guy Bradley Stephen Hefner
Chappelle Broome Les Hipp
Dennis Brown William Holbrook
Tim Bryson Leon Howard
Cheryl Bullard Megan Hutto
Sarah Campbell April James
Terrie Carlton Martha Jo Johnson
Todd Carnes Steven Johnson
Lynda Christison Sally Johnston
Lady June Cole Kaye Jones
Murray Coleman Alex Karydi
Kevin Cornet Melron Kelly
Eme Crawford Barbara Livingston
Anthony Dennis Robert Livingston
Tameika Isaac Devine Leon Lott
Julie-Ann Dixon Joel Lourie
Ione Dwyer Jim Manning
To kick-off Sexual Assault Awareness Month, 100 local
leaders from Lexington, Richland, Newberry, and
Sumter Counties will receive a lapel pin, 100 business
cards, and pledge to use their voice as a leader in the
community to speak out against sexual violence.
Through this campaign, 10,000 community members
will receive information about how they can help
survivors of sexual assault access healing services at
STSM.
Special thanks to Ambassadors of Change for pledging
to use their voice as a leader in the community to speak
out against sexual violence.
Suzanne Mayes Kevin Shwedo
Kenneth McBride Any Smith
Bronwyn McElveen G. Murrell Smith, Jr.
J. Thomas McElveen III James Smith
Kenneth Mims Triz Smith
Dee Moise Julie Smithwick
Patrica Moore-Pastides Bryan Stirling
Joseph Neal Alexis Stratton
Janet Parker Carlos Suarez
Glenn Peagler Debra Summers
Tricia Phaup Scott Thomas
Baxter Pierson Les Thompson
Chris Pierson Michael Traynham
Beth Poag Lauren Truslow
Annie Pratt JoAnn Turnquist
Dennis Pruitt Stephani Vesey
Jade Reynolds Thad Vincent
Ronald Rhames Candy Waites
Derek Riley Mary Baskin Waters
Tammy Ritchie Marti Weaver
Russell Roark J. David Weeks
Seth Rose Eddie Weinberg
Joel Samuels Melissa White
David Sanders John Wilkinson
Maurice Scherrens Alan Wilson
Jane Senn Christopher Wuchenich
Randy Senn Colleen Yates
Katrina Shealy
STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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Counseling and Crisis Intervention
Community Partner
of the Quarter
USC Police Department
From participating actively in
c ol l abor at i ve me et i ngs
addressing sexual assault in
our community to presenting
as a part of law enforcement
panels at two trainings in our
Underserved Survivor Series,
USC Police Department has
proven time and again that
they are serious about directly
addressing all forms of sexual
violence in our community.
They partner with STSM to
provide legal advocacy and
c o mp a s s i o n a t e l y a n d
competently serve survivors.
College students are among
those in our community who
are at highest risk of facing
sexual violence, and USC PD
has gone above and beyond to
not only be present and active
at the many tables at which
solutions are discussed, but to
also treat survivors with
kindness and respect.
USC PD excels in forming the
kinds of relationships that truly
assist survivors in feeling
secure in communicating their
needs and to feel safe when
i n t e r a c t i n g wi t h l a w
enforcement.
Modern-Day Slavery
STSM has observed an increase of community attention to the grave
issue of human trafficking. Many people have seen the 2008 film
Taken starring Liam Neeson whose character’s teenage daughter is
abducted while traveling in Europe and sold by sex traffickers. What
has caught the community’s attention is the fact that this isn’t just a
European problem. It never was.
By its legal definition, sex trafficking occurs when a person is sold to
another person by means of force, fraud, or coercion for the purposes
of sex. Also included in this definition is the sale of a person under the
age of 18 for the purposes of sex, regardless of force, fraud, or
coercion. Sex trafficking is especially prevalent in areas with
increased tourism, military bases, and intersections of interstate
highways.
Our community has too
many risk factors to
ignore this issue. Cases
recently reported by
the news have brought
the reality that sex
trafficking—a form of
modern-day slavery—is
alive and rampant in
South Carolina. In addition to participating in the SC Attorney
General’s Human Trafficking Task Force in both its public awareness
and education and victim services subcommittees, STSM also
participates in a coalition formed in Richland County. STSM has
offered training to Richland County EMS about the identification of
victims of trafficking and resources available both locally and
nationally.
Perhaps more importantly, STSM continues to persevere in our efforts
to improve our own understanding of the issue, the quality of the
services we offer to survivors, and the collaboration with other
community resources in an effort to be truly competent to be part of
the team of wrap-around community services to which all survivors of
sexual trauma should have access.
To receive more training about identification of and resources
available to survivors of sex trafficking or to collaborate more
closely with us in assisting this population, please contact STSM.
OUR DONORS
WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTED FROM JANUARY TO MARCH 2015
STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
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Survivors of sexual violence need our help. Please make a secure
online donation to STSM to support survivors of sexual assault
and abuse and to prevent sexual violence in our community, or
mail your tax-deductible check to the following:
STSM
3830 Forest Drive, Suite 201
Columbia, SC 29204
$10,000 AND ABOVE
Fraternity Council at University of South
Carolina
Lipscomb Family Foundation
Richland County Finance Department
United Way of Sumter, Clarendon and Lee
Counties
MONTHLY DONORS_____
Debbie Billings & James Thrasher
Jamie Early
Mary Audrey Finazzo
Shirley Kuiper
$1,000 AND ABOVE______
Amick & Associates
AVSX
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BlueCross BlueShield
Centrics Staffing Group
CSI Leasing
Gregory Electric Company, Inc.
Hewlett Packard
Newberry County
Pinnacle Consulting, LLC
SC Dept. Of Corrections
Sirius Computer Solutions
$500 TO $999_____________
Actifico
Anonymous
Columbia Metropolitan Airport
Dynamix
Rotary Club of Forest Acres
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$250 TO $499
Stacey Bradley
Cynthia Cooper
Cromer’s
Doctor’s Care, UCI Medical Affiliates
of SC, Inc.
Stephanie Hall
Jay D. and Carolyn Hamm
Fifth Circuit Solicitor’s Office
Bill Horton
Dennis A. Pruitt, Sr.
SC Emergency Nurse Association
SC State Federal Credit Union
Buford Summer
Jeanette D. Walton
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Rob and Tracy Anderson
Gayle Aycock
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Anonymous
Elyn Blackman
Douglas C. Blalock
Sally Boyd
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Best Buy
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
LaTanya D. Jones
Kaye C. and Thomas Jones
Shirley Kuiper
Patricia Laubenstein
Pam Lawson
Janis Leaphart
Lexington Woman’s Club
Anonymous
Maria Lindsey and Family
Amy and Steve Mahoney
Tracey M. Miller
Wreckingball Alumnus
Nakya L. McDaniels
Elana & Christy Meador
Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
Bill Mitchum
Kevin C. Monaghan
Teresa Mulvey
Daniel Musher
Mr. and Mrs. Jacque Nixon
Marguerite I O’Brien
Palmetto Outdoor Center
Joseph L. Pearson
WGSS
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Sandy Phlegar
Chris Pierson
Curt Railey
Andrea Reynolds
SC National Guard FCU
Debi Schadel
Morgan Stanley
Anonymous
Village Idiot
Anonymous
Jean Saturday Whitley
John Witt
Anonymous
Carolyn R. Wuest
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Kenny Adams
Naomi S. Addison
Adventure Carolina
Joshua R. Agbunag
Alice S. Aimes
Adele I. and Blake D. Amick
Susan Amick
Sarah Caroline Amick
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Captain Planet
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Judy G. Bailey
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Lee Barrett
Jessica Barth
Sarah E. Baucom
Michelle Baxter
Daniel Bein
OUR DONORS
WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTED FROM JANUARY TO MARCH 2015.
STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
UP TO $99_____________
Kristian Cross Bell
Inez Belton
Antoinette Berry
Kelly L. Berry
Bryan E. Beyer
Mary L. Bickley
Andy Blackwell
Phillip Blair & Sara Kennedy
Nancy H. Blakey
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The Bramlett Family
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Michelle G. Brantley
Bravelets
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Jonathan Brock
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Dirk Brown
Shermel Brown
Aaron K Bryan
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Michaelle Burns
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Calhoun Country Club
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Anonymous
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Anonymous
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UP TO $99_____________
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It’s The Little Things
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Marie Counts
Christian Cox
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Scott and Tracey Crede
SC National Guard Credit Union
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Drip Columbia
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OUR DONORS
WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTED FROM JANUARY TO MARCH 2015
UP TO $99
Steven Friedenberg
Wendy N. Fuess
Karen T. Gabert
Anonymous
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Roscoe Gudger
Marc A. Guest
William M Hemlepp, Jr
Anthony Hahn
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Don Haile
Sara Haines
Pamela Hall
Roger Hall
Summer Hall
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STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
UP TO $99
Susan R. Hammond
Soda City and Janet
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Thomas H. Hammond
Georgina Hance
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WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTED FROM JANUARY TO MARCH 2015.
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STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
UP TO $99_____________
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Rose Swinford
Hannah Sykes
Wanda R. Tisdale
Courtney Tampas
Kristin Tanner
Anonymous
Susan Tanner
David M. Tatarsky
Jennifer Taylor
Anonymous
Emily Taylor
Michael H. Taylor
Tammy Taylor
Anonymous
Todd R. Taylor
Aaron C. Terrell
Michael Thogersen
OUR DONORS
WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTED FROM JANUARY TO MARCH 2015
UP TO $99
Thomas Thogersen
Sonya D. Thomas
Michelle Thome-Kaufman
Taterrian R. Thompkins
Lisa Thurman
Loanna Tillman
Kaitlyn E. Timmerman
Bethany Tisdale
Danette Todd
Colleen
Maxine Todd
Richard Tommy
Becky R. Travis
Michael Traynham
Kelly Truesdale
Allison R. Turnley
Patrick J. Uhrig
Belinda Urhammer
Lizzie Utset
Johanna Valenzuela
Valenzuela/Galats Family
Katie L. Vance Lucas
Jessica M. Velders
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STSM advocates for and supports survivors of sexual assault and abuse and
educates the community to identify and prevent sexual violence.
UP TO $99
Patricia Vinson
Allison Volk
Leah Walker
Karen Williams
Herb Wilson
Rachel Wilson
Jim Waddell
Robin Wallace
Genevieve Nissen Waller
Tosca Walls
Thomas Walsh
Betsy Walters
Peri Ward
Reginal Ward
Beth Warren
Paula Watkins
Thomas M. Watson
Katherine Watts
Melody Weathers
Natalie Weathers
Cassandra A. Webster
Jeremy Weis
Jesselyn M. West
UP TO $99
Nicole T. Wetherton
Joy E. White
Sarah Wiesner
Sally M. Wietecha
Mark Wilkerson
Salley Wilkerson
Anna Wilkes
John Wilkinson
Kristy Williams
LaTarsa R. Williams
Nikki Williams
Sherry Horsley
Marry Winnington
Donna Witt
Gretta Woodland
Kristi M. Worley
Nicole Worley
Heather M. Wright
Anonymous
Christ Wuchenich
Wild Wild Wuest
JK Growling
Mike Wuest
UP TO $99
Brooke Wymer
Carol Wynn
Samantha Yager
Carl Young
Debbie Zaydel
Ty Zeigler
Anonymous
Dr. Z
Dell Amick
Elizabeth Bailey
Ashley Baughman
John J. Caddle
Matthew Alan Davis
Toto
Paige Greene
James W. Hammond
William P. Horsley
Amanda
Kelley Mintz
Craig Mizell
David Montijo
Shannon Staley
Angela Wolff
The Kudzu Queens adopted STSM as their charitable
beneficiary for the next three years. The Kudzu
Queens have been raising money for charities in the
Midlands since 2004. The Kudzu Queens are locally
renowned for their incredible beauty, wit, and their
generosity. The Kudzu Queens raised more than
$2,000 for Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands
at the recent St. Pat’s in Five Points Festival! Long
live the Kudzu Queens!

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