Natasha Adler is a domestic violence advocate with SafeHouse Denver, a community-based agency. She has a Bachelor's degree in Sociology/Criminology with an emphasis in pre-law from the University of Oklahoma and a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in Homeland Security and Emergency Management from CU Denver. Natasha also sits on the board for Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons (FOHVAMP) as well as functioning in an advocate role for the agency. Natasha has served domestic violence survivors and human trafficking survivors for the majority of her career, in addition to working at various law firms and for a forensic psychologist. In her current role, Natasha engages in direct services with survivors of domestic violence in a counseling and advocacy environment. Her role also includes being co-located at the Rose Andom Center and participating in various multidisciplinary teams including the Triage team and Fatality Review team, which examine, identify, and "troubleshoot" high-risk domestic violence cases.