LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Center for Women and Families of Southern Indiana announced Zenebia Law as the new director of the Indiana space.
Law has a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology focusing on applied behavioral analysis and has worked at the center since 2012, where she began as a crisis intervention advocate in the call center. She has also worked for the center as a family advocate in the shelter, community outreach advocate, supervisor of shelter operations, and supervisor of Southern Indiana programs.
Through these roles, Law has supported survivors in shelters, worked with community partners, created programmatic policies and procedures, trained staff on program features, and has achieved Green Dot certification, a violence prevention program that aims to reduce violence among students in high school.
Law continues to work with the community on training and building relationships. She also sits on the Indiana 211 Advisory Board, created in 2020.