The Georgia Commission on Family Violence has awarded Michelle Toledo Cainas the Taskforce Member of the Year Award. Cainas serves as chair of the Forsyth County Anti-Violence Taskforce: Collaborative Response to Sexual and Domestic Violence & Human Trafficking. She holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Florida Metropolitan University and a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology from Argosy University, Atlanta (earned in 2012). Cainas founded Georgia Latinos Against Domestic Violence (GLADV) in 2009, as a task force to support the Latino community and those who work with them. During this time, GLADV held community meetings to ensure advocates had a platform for education and networking. Through GLADV, Michelle has organized training for advocates, law enforcement and other social service providers.
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