Jolene Engelking (White Earth Descendant) is an advocate, mother, and skilled trainer/facilitator who has worked with MIWSAC since 2020. Jolene’s current focus is on launching and leading MIWSAC’s new National Tribal Sexual Assault Resource Center. Jolene received a Master’s in Divinity and a Master’s in Social Work from Loyola University Chicago, and is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in Minnesota. She has been in the anti-sexual violence movement for over 15 year, in both community based-advocacy and national training & technical assistance. Her work has focused on supporting advocates, systems professionals, and sexual assault response teams to strengthen the response to sexual violence & sex trafficking and better support survivors. An advocate at heart, Jolene thrives when talking with communities about increasing genuine collaboration and reimagining justice, accountability, and advocacy to better meet the needs of all survivors and create safer communities.