Meet Keene State’s Sexual Violence Prevention Coordination Team
The Sexual Violence Prevention Virtual Resource Center is a project of Keene State’s Office on Violence Against Women Campus Grant, facilitated by Keene State’s Sexual Violence Prevention Coordination Team (formerly the Coordinated Community Response Team).
Katie Arsenault, Marketing and Communications Representative
Lisa David, Disability Services Liaison
Kat Dougherty, Grant Principle Investigator and Community Standards Representative
Jennifer Hammett, Athletics Representative
Kelli Jo Harper, Title IX Representative
Amanda Hickey, Public Health Representative
Casey Justice, Transitions and Community Living Representative
Jeff Maher, Title IX Representative
Dottie Morris, Diversity and Multiculturalism Representative
Officer Jack LaPorte, Keene Police Department Representative
Gianna Ricco, MCVP: Crisis and Prevention Center Representative
Katherine Potts, Community Living Representative
Barb Berthiaume, The Wellness Center Representative
Jonathan Stewart, Campus Safety Representative
Catt Workman, OVW Grant Coordinator
Catherine Workman, better known as Catt, recently joined the KSC community at the beginning of the 2024 as the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) grant coordinator. Catt has lived and worked in Keene since 2010 after moving from Boston, MA, where she grew up. While working in higher education is new to her, Catt has 20 years of experience as a social services specialist having worked with various populations. Catt’s experience has included providing support and case management to adults so that they may live meaningful lives and be good stewards of the community. She also has experience investigating cases of alleged self-neglect, neglect, abuse, and exploitation from her time working for the State of New Hampshire as an Adult Protective Service Worker.
In 2019, she earned her Master of Science degree in Forensic Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University to accompany her Bachelor of Science degrees in Sociology and Criminal Justice. Catt is also a graduate of Leadership New Hampshire, class of 2022.
As the OVW Grant Coordinator, Catt will engage with students on all matters of violence prevention. In addition to overseeing the federal OVW grant and ensuring compliance, Catt will focus on providing student programming on campus. She will work collaboratively with college and community partners to ensure a holistic approach.
In her spare time, Catt serves her community in a multitude of ways. She has been a Keene City Councilor since 2020 and serves on many community boards and committees, most notable as chair of the Monadnock Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) Coalition; member of the Human Rights Committee, and member of the Historic District Commission.