Suzanne Dubus is the CEO of the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center and has led the organization for over 25 years. Suzanne is deeply engaged with a larger community of organizations fighting to end domestic violence, including as former president of the Board of Directors at Jane Doe Inc., the Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
Suzanne was named a Champion of Change by the White House in October 2011 and the 2016 Woman of the Year by Delamano, Inc. Under Suzanne’s leadership, the work of the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center has been featured in The New Yorker, CNN and on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross, and in the award-winning book by Rachel Louise Snyder, No Visible Bruises.
Kelly is the Chief of Operations at the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center and leads the national training and technical assistance work of the Geiger Institute. Kelly has over 25 years of experience in the field and focuses her efforts on working collaboratively with communities to implement intimate partner homicide prevention strategies.
Kelly is responsible for the conceptualization and creation of the nationally acclaimed Domestic Violence High Risk Team Model in 2003 following the murder of one of her clients. The DVHRT Model has received the Mary Byron Celebrating Solutions Award, the National Network to End Domestic Violence Spirit of Advocacy Award and was recognized as a leading promising practice in homicide prevention by President Biden.
In 2006, Kelly was named a Community Unsung Heroine by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women. She has published articles for the Domestic Violence Report and Social Work Research and her work has been featured in numerous publications.
Mark joined the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center in August 2022 as Director of Finance, responsible for all financial operations and compliance at the Center. Mark came from Maine Regional School Unit 21 where he was the Director of Finance and managed the district’s $53,000,000 budget. He has an MBA from Colorado State University and extensive nonprofit financial experience having spent over 20 years in private and public schools in Massachusetts, Georgia, and Maine.
Kate is the Programs Manager for the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center and Coordinator of the Greater Newburyport Domestic Violence High Risk Team (DVHRT), the first-ever DVHRT. She oversees the day to day operations of the Center which serves over 1,300 clients annually providing advocacy, clinical and legal services.
Kate is a Project Specialist for the Geiger Institute where she uses her nearly twenty years of experience to help support communities implementing homicide reduction strategies. Kate provides training to law enforcement personnel, prosecutors, probation officers and victim services providers nationally.
Kelly is the Director of Advancement at the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center. Kelly joined the Center in 2012 as the Communication and Events Manager. In 2017, Kelly was promoted to Director of Advancement.
She is a seasoned, results-driven professional with over 20 years of experience, including building brands, developing relationships, and creating visibility and mind-share through engaging communications.
Kelly came to Jeanne Geiger from Majestic Communications, which was her own PR and Marketing agency for over 13 years. She holds a B.A in Communications from Simmons College in Boston.
Liz is the Director of Administration of the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center. She joined the team in June 2008 and manages human resources, information technology, office facilities, and often serves as a project manager. Liz came to Jeanne Geiger from Bausch & Lomb, where she spent ten years working in the international marketing department.
Alicia started at the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center in 2019 as Communications Manager, responsible for developing and executing the organization’s marketing and communications strategy.
Alicia has over a decade of experience in communications, specializing in public relations, social media marketing and branding. She earned her B.S. in Communications from Champlain College in Vermont, where she also received the state’s 40 under 40 award in 2012.