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Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

22 years of executive experience with strategic planning, aligning-building and operational local, state and federal interpersonal violence programs that focus on diversity and inclusion for all people as skillful and educationally trained pertaining to the code of ethic in social work practice and service which includes: License Master Social Worker, Case Management, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, Child Abuse and Neglect, Bullying, Human Trafficking and Suicide Prevention. Recognized Leader and known as the go-to person to build lean organizational processes and operational procedures for implementation, policy, crisis intervention, response, community awareness activities, curriculum development and training as well as building multi-disciplinary coalitions among community stakeholders.


    License Master Social Worker (Alabama and Virginia)

    Certification in Diversity and Inclusion

    D-SAACP Level IV Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program

    Mediation Skills for Workplace

    Crisis Intervention and Response

    Individual and Family Case Management

    Curriculum and Training Development

    Empowerment and Resiliency Coach

    Family Violence Intervention (Groups)

    Anger Management & Stress Management

    Safety Assessments

    Certified In Trauma Informed Clinical Practice

Work History
01/2010 to Current DIRECTOR Clarivate Plc | Parsippany, NJ,
  • Senior Special Staff Director for the Air Force District of Washington (AFDW) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program.
  • Range of responsibility includes support to 75,000 Airmen, civilian and their family members located in National Capital Region and worldwide that are located under the Secretary Air Force Directorates, Chief of Staff Directorates, Air Force National Guard Headquarters Directorates, Space Force Directorates, Air Force Elements, FOA, and over 1000 Geographical Separated Units (GSU).
  • Contacts are with over 250 general officers and 270 senior executive service officials and their staff at HQ USAF and the Secretariat (SAF) level. Contacts also include officials in local, state, federal and Congressional Members in the U.S. Congress employee’s agency such as representatives of community social services and private support organizations, state and local government authorities, attorneys, etc., and within the same agencies at DoD, HQ AF, and other MAJCOMS.
  • Lead Senior Subject Matter Expert (SME) providing expert technical advisor for various functional areas that includes oversight, guidance, policy, operating instruction, CONOPs, consultation for sexual assault response, interpersonal violence, workplace violence, resiliency, training policy instruction and guidance that includes local, state, federal, international and congressional policies and law.
  • Provides advice and assistance to achieve the most efficient timely response for victims that includes trauma informed care that is effective with continuity of for victims of sexual assault their family members
  • Develops executive strategic goals and objectives that integrate Department of Defense (DoD), Headquarters Air Force (HAF) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response and Violence Prevention and Response into the AFDW Command organizations and resource management objectives.
  • Establishes, revised or reviewed policies, procedures, mission, objectives, and organizational design, as necessary, to eliminate work problems or barriers to mission accomplishments
  • Promotes team building, implements quality improvements in response to regulatory compliance and customer services, needs or requirements
  • Establish an AFDW Commander review system to monitor sexual assault case and suicide prevention management oversight for HAF/SAF Directorates, Installation Wing Commanders, Installation Sexual Assault Response Coordinators, and Violence Prevention Integrators to meet Comprehensive Airman Fitness requirements.
  • Senior Advisor for all Joint issues pertaining to functional programs listed
  • Establishes and builds working relationships with appropriate Federal Agencies, Law Enforcement, National Advocacy Organizations, DoD Services SAPR functions and national victim advocacy agencies at local state, international agencies and federal levels to engage and collaborate on Memorandum of Agreements for support of victim needs, and to develop and or identify training resources for AFDW Airmen (military, civilian and dependents) located CONUS and OCONUS.
  • Resolves complex issues and provides policy guidance and direction to standardize an effective sexual assault prevention and response program to support the unique world-wide mission that includes support to Airmen in high functioning stressful positions serving within the USAF.
  • Responsible for providing SAPR functional training to 750 Air Force Judge Advocate Generals (JAGs) located in the National Capital Region (NCR).
  • Strategically develop opportunities to instill core values (integrity, service before self, and excellence) and behaviors in all AFDW Airmen and civilians.
06/2005 to 12/2009 Installation Sexual Assault Response Coordinator CHARLESTON AIR FORCE | City, STATE,
  • Served as the Installation Expert and Managed the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program (SAPRP).
  • Senior Consultant to the Installation Commander on institutionalizing and integrating the core values for the Department of the Air Force (AF) related to Sexual Assault Prevention
  • Establishment and/or modification of processes, procedure, contacts and training necessary to carry out the program and the Department of Defense (DoD) and Air Force objectives
  • Supervised and developed performance objectives for GS civilian personnel and military staff that supported the SAPR and Wingman program.
  • Develops and implements a communication strategy at the installation, expanding awareness of sexual assault and domestic violence, coordinate opportunity for command emphasis on core value and positive behavior
  • Manage and supervise 35 volunteer victim advocates to support a 24/7 victim advocacy services
  • Chairperson for the Installation sexual assault response team (SART) and Advisor to the commander's Community Action Information Board
  • Recruits, screens, interviews, train and select victim advocates from military and AF civilian employees
  • Developed 40 hour Victim Advocates training manual
  • Coordinate/collaborate with military and civilian law enforcement, Office of Special Investigation, medical hospital, District Attorney, local rape crisis center to establish protocol and procedures for al incidents of alleged sexual assault and safety planning
  • Developed and maintained Memorandum of Understanding with appropriate authorities and community resources to establish and ensure a desirable standard of care for Air Force personnel seeking off base support
  • Plans and schedules work to be accomplished by subordinates, adjusting short -term priorities as needed
  • Provide advice, counsel, instruction and feedback to employees on work and administrative policies, procedures, directives and performance
  • Comprehensive and through knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, issues related to sexual assault, victim advocacy
  • Demonstrated ability to develop curriculum and training material that focus on risk reduction skills
  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities have been identified as a best practice for Air Force SAPRP program June 07
  • Oversee and manage the SAPRP budget and develop the FIN plan
  • Serve as the installation commander's consultant and coordinator for Wingman support activities involving the institutionalization of respect and the Air Force core values.
  • Consulted nurses on team to improve service provided for each patient.
  • Adhered to social distancing protocols and wore mask or face shield
  • Develop risk-reductions prevention programs and support services aimed at reducing the incidence of family maltreatment among active duty and retired military members and their families
  • Responsibilities include providing: primary and secondary prevention programs; training for other health care professionals and other personnel installation-wide on issues related to the prevention of family maltreatment; and multi-level community organization collaboration
  • Conducts comprehensive needs assessments and strengths, weaknesses, opportunity, and threat (SWOT) analyzes that form the basis for action plans and program plan development activities to meet the needs of clients residing both on and off base
  • Implements community organization strategies in collaboration with the Integrated Delivery System (IDS) team and other key organizations to increase awareness of family maltreatment, to develop a coordinated plan for reducing risk factors within the community, and to promote community resiliency
  • Develop primary prevention services to inform and educate base leadership and the community at large about maltreatment and family violence dynamics, treatment, and life skills
  • Assess/identified target secondary prevention support services to provide psycho educational and skills development activities such as parenting skills, stress management, change management, anger management, and support groups for single parents, and couples communication
  • Identifies family and community risk and protective factors and determines prevention requirements
  • Serves as the key facilitator and team coordinator in the development of annual Family Advocacy Prevention Services Action Plans.
  • Develops a formal evaluation process to monitor outreach programs and resources
  • Chaired the Integrated Delivery System Team on rotating bases among the six matrixes installation human services agencies for 4 years.
  • Design, manage all special programs, services, information and awareness presentations, (e.g., installation newspaper articles, Newcomer Orientation Briefings, brochures describing family programs, and special theme events such as Child Abuse
  • Hosted, planned, collaborated on installation level and local city activities for Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Child Abuse Prevention Month, Month of the Military Child and Domestic Violence Awareness Month)
  • Coordinated/lead base and community initiatives that focused on system changes in processes and procedures for family violence, sexual assault service delivery through community level interventions
  • Provided professional training services to installation leadership, health care professionals and community agencies related to the primary and secondary prevention to interpersonal violence and abuse
  • Serves as the primary Family Advocacy representative on the Integrated Delivery System (IDS) team
  • Compiles and presents findings of all need assessment(s) to the Family Advocacy Committee and the IDS team as the basis for the annual FAP Prevention Plan that include risk assessments and evidence base research.
  • Provide updated resource information to the office of primary responsibility for the IDS centralized information and referral database
  • Facilitates awareness and accessibility to available or specialized services for Air Force active-duty members and their families
  • Received an Outstanding for the SAPRP Unit Climate Inspection (May 2009).
Expected in 08/2022 to to Ph.D. | Clinical Social Work Research Walden University, Minneapolis, MN GPA:


  • Relevant Coursework Completed:
  • SOCW8117WDQDiversity & Multiculturalism
  • SOCW8137WDQContemporary Issues, Social Change Social Policy
  • RSCH8210WDQQuantitative Reasoning
  • SOCW8138WDQProg and Practice Evaluation
  • RSCH8310WDQQualtitative Reasoning
  • SOCW8570WDQSocial Work Supervision
  • SOCW8571WDQTreatment of Forensic Population
  • RSCH8460WDQAdvance Mixed Method Reason & Analyst
  • RSCH8110WDQResearch Theory
Expected in 08/2001 to to Master of Social Work | Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA GPA:
Expected in 08/1996 to to Bachelor of Science | SOCIOLOGY Jackson State University, , MS GPA:
Expected in 10/2021 to to Diversity And Inclusion Certification | Certification Diversity And Inclusion Cornell University, Ithaca, NY GPA:

  • Developed guidance plan for to address SAPR completion rates for Annual Training with 95 percent and over completion rates from 2012 to 2019
  • 100 percent successfully 10 completed AFDW IG Inspection, Air Force Audit Agency Inspection and EUI Inspections with no major findings.
  • Secured the first and only Pentagon building space Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office; current the only response office in the Pentagon for 11 years.
  • Chaired AFDW Community Action Information Board from 2010 to 2016:
  • Ask to lead and rebuild the AFDW Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program utilizing the system theory and deductive reasoning approach 24/7 Response for the Air Force National Capital Region (NCR)
  • Set ground work to support and cover the AFDW/ Installation Medical memorandum agreement for the the National Capital Region (NCR).
  • Air Force World-wide mission for over 75,000 to include 250 General Officers and 273 Senior Executive Staffers (SES) for the HAF/SAF and Space Force Directorates
  • Spearhead the first Joint Tri-County Community Proclamation Signing Ceremony for Child Abuse Prevention & Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Charleston SC (2009, 2008, 2007 and 2006) which increased community awareness for citizens, military members with the endorsement of 4 local mayors and solicitors
  • Provide Senior Leader Training to AFDW Directorates for SAPR and Suicide Prevention (2010 to Present)
  • Desk-side Executive SAPR Training to Congressional Member (2014 and 2013)
  • Launched well-received 2014 Wingman Day Guidance to support the AF SECDEF and CSAF memorandum to support professional development courses for all Headquarter Air Force (HAF) and AFDW staff
  • Strategically advised and development the policy to implement the new AF SAPR face to face training requirements for 60000 world-wide
  • Key advisor to the Senior Air Force Leaders (SAF/HAF Directorates) and some Congressional Leaders pertaining to interpersonal violence issues and concerns
  • 90 Min Executive Level: Bystander Intervention Training to former Air Force Secretary and staff
  • Senior Leader Executive Training on Sexual Assault Response and Accountability (June and Sept 2012, Andrews AFB, MD) 4-hour course4
License Master Social Worker Certification in Diversity and Inclusion D-SAACP Level IV Sexual Assault Advocate Mediation Skills for Workplace Crisis Intervention and Response Individual and Family Case Management Curriculum and Training Development Empowerment and Resiliency Coach Family Violence Intervention (Groups) Anger Management & Stress Management Safety Assessments

National Association of Social Work Association (NASW)

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

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  • Walden University
  • Norfolk State University
  • Jackson State University
  • Cornell University

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