For his published
work, he is author of the book, Domestic
Violence in the Workplace, published by HRD Press in
2005. He has also conducted a research study on over 500 cases of
domestic violence assaults that have occurred in the workplace and
developed the Employment and Domestic Violence Matrix, used around
the world to show how employment is a protective factor for DV
He also wrote for
The Voice, the newsletter of The National Coalition of Domestic
Violence, the Domestic Violence in the Workplace edition. He has
also written articles on the same subject for The
Journal of Safe Management of Disruptive and Assaultive Behavior.
On the subject of armed robbery
survival, he is co-author of Armed
Robbery Preparation Manual, a
CD-based instruction manual that prepares service and retail
employees to predict, prepare and survive armed robbery
He has served on the numerous boards including Board
of Directors for Business Continuity Planners of the Carolinas,
increasing awareness and promoting risk management and emergency
response skills for businesses and organizations.
Formerly, he was the co-chair of the Workplace
Policies and Public Awareness Committee of the North Carolina
Domestic Violence Commission that produced the highly successful
State-Wide Summit. He also sat on the Legislative Issues Committee
of the Domestic Violence Commission. Lee managed the implementation
of the Batterer's Intervention Treatment Program Certification
process for the State of North Carolina.
He is an active participant on the national Violence
Against Violence Act 2005 reauthorization taskforce, concentrating
on developing employment support components.
As a victim advocate, he is a member of the North
Carolina Victim Services Inter-Agency Council. He formerly was on
the Board of North Carolina Victim Services Network where he chaired
the Certification and Membership committee.
Previously, as the
Victim Services Coordinator for the Asheville Police Department, he
headed up a unit of staff and volunteer advocates delivering
assistance to victims from the crime scene through to sentencing and
beyond. While there, he served on the Family Violence Task
Force, a network of community resources to develop awareness and
coordination of services.
In another life, he lead Outward
Bound professional development and leadership courses for six years.
He holds a BA in
English Literature from Alfred University in NY and an MS in
Experiential Education from Mankato State University, MN.
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