2015 Conference Speaker - Barbara Blaine

Barbara_Blaine_-_2014.jpgBarbara Blaine, a clergy sex abuse survivor, founded SNAP, Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, in 1988 to protect the vulnerable, heal the wounded and expose the wrongdoers. SNAP membership is now over 20,000 including 150 trained volunteer leaders. Previously Blaine worked as a volunteer high school teacher in Jamaica and assisted street-children to locate family members, ran a shelter for homeless families in Chicago and then represented abused and neglected children in juvenile court.




SNAP Network is a GuideStar Gold Participant