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ENOLA, Pa., April 6, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The National Sexual Violence Resource Center, an expert in sexual violence prevention and response, announces 30 recipients of the 2015 Visionary Voice Award. The multidisciplinary group of honorees is selected for their outstanding work toward ending sexual violence. The Visionary Voice Award is presented annually by the NSVRC in conjunction with Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a national campaign held each April to raise awareness about preventing sexual violence.
The award is presented to a wide range of industry professionals nominated by state, territory and tribal coalitions. This year's award recipients include U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland, and Circuit Court Judge John Threet of Arkansas.
"We are pleased to honor these individuals for their commitment to ending the epidemic of sexual assault in communities across the country," NSVRC Director Karen Baker said. "Sexual violence is preventable. We thank our Visionary Voice Award recipients for their important work in educating communities about the shared responsibility everyone has in preventing sexual assault."
Here is a complete list of this year's Visionary Voice recipients:
To learn more about the 2015 Visionary Voice Award recipients, visit: nsvrc.org/saam/award
The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) leads the U.S. in providing professional support to local and state anti-sexual violence organizations. The NSVRC collaborates with partners nationwide to create research-based resources that focus on how to prevent and respond to sexual violence. The organization has the nation's largest library of resources on sexual violence and prevention. To learn more, go to nsvrc.org.
CONTACT: Laura Palumbo, Prevention Campaign Specialist National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) 877-739-3895, ext. 128; firstname.lastname@example.org