Jennifer White-Reid, Vice President of Domestic Violence Programs, has been with Urban Resource Institute since 2002. Her role entails overseeing the growth and maintenance of URI’s domestic violence shelters and programming and working with members of the URI leadership team, program leaders, and government partners to ensure that the programs run smoothly and are in compliance with all government regulations. Previously, she worked as a Senior Attorney at South Brooklyn Legal Services, where she represented domestic violence victims in Family Court and Supreme Court in custody, visitation, child support, divorce, and order of protection proceedings; prepared and filed VAWA self-petitions for immigrant victims; and conducted “know your rights” workshops for domestic violence victims and advocates. Ms. White-Reid greatly enjoys getting the opportunity to work on innovative, life-saving programming to benefit domestic violence victims in her role at URI. She holds a JD from Fordham University School of Law.