Technology Safety Specialist
Corbin is a Technology Safety Specialist at the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), and has worked in the movement to end domestic violence since 2008, bringing a background in victim advocacy, state coalition work, public policy and communications. Corbin has provided technology safety related training and technical assistance nationally to victim advocates, program directors, state coalitions, law enforcement personnel, court officials, state agencies, child protective services workers, and other stakeholders. Passionate about fostering a culture of appreciation for the ways technology can help survivors stay safe and connected, Corbin works to ensure advocates have the tools they need to help survivors navigate the nuances of privacy and safety in a tech saturated world. In addition to technology safety and privacy, Corbin’s particular areas of interest in the domestic violence movement include racial justice, LGBTQ inclusion, and increasing programs’ capacities to provide survivor-driven, trauma-informed, culturally inclusive services. Corbin holds a Master of Social Work degree from SUNY Albany, and was a Public Policy Fellow at the SUNY Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy.