Erin Aliano is an Organizational Change Practitioner at Farm Credit Services of America. Her social justice experience implementing systemic change varies from local victim advocacy to national advocacy for enhanced trauma-informed processes for victims of domestic and sexual violence. Ms. Aliano believes in person-centered advocacy and a multidisciplinary team approach to preventing, investigating, and prosecuting crimes against people. She focuses on collaborative relationships with federal, state, and tribal law enforcement partners to support the use of victim advocates.
She has prior experience working as a special projects coordinator and coordinator for strategic partnerships, where she represented nonprofit organizations to enhance resources and educational materials regarding commercially sexually exploited children and high-risk youth in human trafficking for the use of federal, state and tribal professionals across the United States. She also served as a victim-witness specialist in the U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Nebraska, where she represented the USAO with victims and law enforcement partners from the Native American Tribes in rural Nebraska.
Ms. Aliano has taught in the field of criminal justice for over 15 years at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.