|New director of victim services for Kansas|
|By Jim Montalto, News Editor|
Jennie Marsh has been named Director of Victim Services for the Kansas Department of Corrections. She has been the KSDOC’s victim services coordinator since January, 2002. Prior to that Marsh was a senior case advocate for The Crisis Center, Inc. Marsh holds several titles including, KSDOC Leadership Development Academy graduate, Volunteer Management Institute graduate, President of the Kansas Organization for Victim Assistance (KOVA), past Secretary of KOVA, Kansas Correctional Association and American Correctional Association, a member of the National Association of Social Workers, 2005 Kansas Department of Corrections Central Office Employee of the Year nominee, and 2002 recipient of the Kansas Parole Board Benjamin H. Day Award. She received a bachelor’s degree in social Work from Kansas State University and a masters in social work administration from the University of Kansas. Marsh is also licensed with the State of Kansas as a master level social worker.
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