Carla Maley has been an advocate for survivors of intimate partner violence for 18 years in various capacities, including legal advocacy and as a program director for community-based victim service agencies. For the past six years, she coordinated the Saint Martha’s Court Watch Project, a social justice project focused on enhancing the courts’ responses to domestic violence and continues that work while expanding new programs for Saint Martha’s.

Carla holds a B.A. of Psychology from Wright State University and has dedicated her entire career to victim advocacy. She has been with Saint Martha’s since 2017.

If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.

Shirley Chisholm