Gillum gives talk at Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma

September 17, 2014

Tameka L. Gillum, Associate Professor of Community Health Education, gave an invited talk at the 19th International Conference & Summit on Violence, Abuse and Trauma held Sept. 7-10 in San Diego.

Gillum served as a keynote panelist addressing the intersection of intimate partner violence and poverty. The talk was part of a panel titled “Fifty Years After the War on Poverty: Implications for Violence in the Family.” Other panelists addressed issues of elder abuse and poverty, working with men and boys in impoverished contexts, and working with incarcerated populations.