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Jennifer Storm      

Survivor, Author, Consultant, Expert on Victim’s Rights, Addiction & Recovery

Jennifer Storm is an international public speaker with over twenty years of experience in non-profit management and governmental relations; combined with a powerful personal story of survival from victimization and addiction. Today with over twenty three years of active recovery she has spent her life advocating for victims of crime having worked on many high-profile cases including helping victims and survivors of Jerry Sandusky, Bill Cosby, Catholic Clergy victims, and thousands of other cases in her twenty-year-long career as a victim advocate.

Storm is the current Director of Equity & Title IX at Muhlenberg College. Previously, she served more than seven years as the Victim Advocate of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from 2013 to 2021. As Victim Advocate, she was responsible for representing the rights and interests of crime victims within the Commonwealth and was the only person to receive back-to-back bipartisan appointments in the Commonwealth’s history. She is the immediate past Board President of the National Crime Victim Law Institute. Storm was sworn in as a member delegate for the American Corrections Association at the Winter Conference on February 7, 2021.

Storm has received numerous awards including; the 2012 Gail Burns Smith Award from the National Crime Victim Law Institute presented at their annual conference for Excellence in Victims Services, the 2012 Liberty Bell Award from the Dauphin County Bar Association, and the 2011 Pathfinder Award for Excellence in Victims Services in the Commonwealth of PA presented by Governor Tom Corbett.

Storm has traveled the country giving keynotes, lectures, workshops, and panel discussions regarding victims’ rights, LGBTQ+ rights, addiction and recovery, and civil rights.

Speech Topics

Hope and Healing from Trauma

Addiction and Recovery

Alcohol Facilitated Rape

Childhood Sexual Abuse


Pa. Senate confirms Jennifer Storm as state's victim advocate ...
Storm closes out 10-year tenure as director of victim / witness services in Dauphin County.

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