Arianna Marshank (she, her, hers) works as a Bilingual Prevention and Advocacy Specialist with the Domestic Violence Outreach Program at Family Tree, Inc. She provides individual and group advocacy to survivors of domestic violence. Arianna also does outreach with community partners and agencies, seeking opportunities for collaboration to increase awareness of domestic violence. Arianna also leads Family Tree’s partnership with Jefferson County child welfare. In this role, she brings her expertise on domestic violence to support CYF caseworkers in their decision making and in processing cases that involve domestic violence. She also provides trainings to staff at Jefferson County CYF on the dynamics of domestic violence and connects with domestic violence survivors working within the child welfare system to provide advocacy, support, and resources. Arianna started her career in the domestic violence field working as a Victim Advocate in a family justice center in Portland, Oregon and then went to work as a Bilingual Family Advocate at a domestic violence shelter before joining Family Tree, Inc. Arianna lives in Denver with her partner, Gabe, and their cats, Melvin and Bertie.