Jennifer Landhuis has been an advocate and educator on the issues of stalking, domestic violence, and sexual assault for the last 19 years. Jennifer is a consultant with the Stalking Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime where she provides training and technical assistance to enhance the ability of professionals, organizations, and systems to effectively respond to stalking. She is also currently the Director of Social Change at the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence where she designs and facilitates research-based local, state and national trainings on domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault to build the capacity of criminal justice, social justice and healthcare systems to ensure safety and social and emotional well-being of victims and accountability for offenders.
Ms. Landhuis oversees state-level multi-disciplinary collaborative seeking broader systems outcomes and improving inter agency response, including the Idaho Coordinated Response to Sexual & Domestic Violence and The Idaho Victims Assistance Academy. Jennifer is a Domestic Violence instructor for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, a consultant with the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center, an adjunct professor in the Criminal Justice Department of Boise State, and has her Master’s in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.