Justine F. Andronici is an accomplished trainer, consultant, attorney, advocate, and victims rights activist.
Justine's career has been dedicated to advocating for social justice and working to empower victims/survivors of injustice while holding perpetrators and the institutions that enable them accountable. She is a nationally recognized attorney and advocate for the rights of women, people of color and survivors of sexual assault, sexual abuse and domestic violence and a consultant and trainer for non-profits and legal system professionals.
Justine draws upon her unique combination of legal, advocacy, and strategic communications experience to provide her clients with exceptional service.
Justine is an accomplished trainer and speaker. She has extensive experience as a trainer for other attorneys, advocates, legal professionals, organizations and systems professionals. Her trainings are always tailored to the unique needs and goals of her audiences, focusing on best practices for working with responding to, and serving survivors of trauma using an empowerment-based model.
Justine provides training for non-profit leadership, staff and boards in the areas of effective program development and program and management, systems advocacy, mission focus, fundraising, fiduciary responsibility and board development. After more than two decades working as a Board member, manager, program director and consultant with the non-profit sector Justine has seen first hand the essential role that the non-profit community can play in the arena of social justice and victims advocacy.
An unwavering and strong public voice for the needs of survivors and matters of social justice, Justine often provides media commentary on national and local television, radio and print media.
"The clients I have served are and continue to be my greatest inspiration. I have met and had the honor to work with so many exceptional and courageous survivors. It is truly an honor to serve the needs of survivors and to work with other attorneys and organizations committed to helping make a safer, more respectful, and more just community for us all."
Attorney Andronici works with advocates and victims to confront gaps in PSU Title IX Compliance (Daily Collegian) April 23, 2015
2 years after Sandusky scandal broke, changes made, but more needed, advocates say
(Centre Daily Times, 11/10/13)
Advocates urge attention, education at domestic violence awareness forum
(Centre Daily Times, 10/3/13)
Ms. Andronici Discusses Freeh Report Findings
on CNN's AC360