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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Hi, welcome to our web site! My name is Connie Huffman and I am the  Executive Director of Hi-Line’s Help for Abused Spouses. I have been  working with domestic violence and sexual assault victims for over 34 years. I  started out as a volunteer, then became Co-Director. In 1994 I was hired as the  Executive Director. Besides those duties I also continue to be a victim  advocate, legal advocate and child advocate. Our staff is small, so most of the  staff are cross-trained. I have attended the Federal Law Enforcement "Train  The Trainer" and am a STAR Trainer [Small Town and Rural]. I have been  very active in the state coalition and served as Chairman of the Board of  Directors of the Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. I  have been in Who's Who of Professional Business Women and received the  Soroptomist Women Helping Women Award and was also the recipient of the  2007 Montana Victim Advocate of the Year Award.  
CHILD ADVOCATE I am Monica Huffman.  I began to advocate for children when I was  fourteen. I wrote and gave a speech on the issue of child abuse for our local speech and drama team. I was attending college majoring in Early  Childhood Education when Connie asked me to join the staff at Hi-Line's  Help. I love organizing events and fundraisers in our communities.  
PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER/ADVOCATE Hi, my name is Dawn Olivo and I worked at Hi-Line's Help as a victim  advocate for 5 years before resigning my position to pursue other life goals.  After a 3 year absence, I returned to HLHAS as the office Technical  Assistant and Public Relations Manager. Along with advocacy work, I am  the web site designer and responsible for all updates and information, as well  as responsible for the quarterly newsletter, brochure design, and many other  office tasks. I write and submit articles to local newspapers concerning  different issues surrounding violence in our homes and society. I have been  married to my wonderful husband for 14 years and we have three beautiful  children.  I recently returned to Conrad to work full time in the office as a  Victim Advocate once again.    OFFICE MANAGER Hi, my name is Autumn Miller and I am the new Office Manager for Hi-  Line’s Help for Abused Spouses. I grew up in and live in Conrad, MT, a  small family oriented community and I am a proud mother of two beautiful  children, William and Lillian. I graduated from C. M. Russell High School in  Great Falls, MT in ‘02. I then went on to become a C.N.A. and I enjoyed  working with Alzheimer’s patients for over 6 years. I also had multiple roles  in the insurance industry for 6 years. I am thrilled to be a part of the amazing  Hi-Line’s Help team so that I may have the opportunity to help others and  give back those in need Hi, my name is Megan Werner.  I am a new addition to the Hi-Line’s Help  family, working as a victim advocate.  My husband and I are new to  Montana, having moved here from Wisconsin in 2012.  My son Everett was  born in 2014 and my husband and I are excited to be raising him in such a  beautiful, family oriented place.  Prior to my working here I had worked as a  dog groomer, a staff member in a horse hospital, a daycare provider, and an  employee at a boarding kennel.  I am looking forward to working with the  community and helping those in need through my work with the program.  
FINANCIAL MANAGER My name is Shoshana D. Munson. I attended Northwest College (now  Northwest University) for 1 year (96-97). I got my start in bookkeeping with  Jerri J. Henry, CPA in Kelso, WA and had the pleasure of working with her  from September 1998 through April 2005. I have been doing bookkeeping  for 13 years now and am thankful for the hands-on experience I gained with  Jerri. I married my prince charming, Eric, in August 2001. After serving as  the youth pastor at Canby Assembly in Oregon, we moved to Chester,  Montana to take the senior pastorate position. During our time in Chester,  we started our family. We have two daughters. Aisha was born in 2006 and  Ellie was born in 2009, and a son, Callan, born in 2013.  
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