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    NOVA welcomes new Children’s Advocacy Center Director

    Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA) has announced that Jane Kim, Esquire, is the new Director of the Bucks County Children’s Advocacy Center (Bucks CAC).

    The CAC is a service of NOVA, established in 2008, to manage a coordinated and multidisciplinary response to reports of suspected child sexual and physical abuse in Bucks County. 

    Jane brings to the CAC many years of experience in both law and child advocacy. 

    She previously worked as the staff attorney at the Support Center for Child Advocates for the Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) Project, where she represented clients in both dependency and criminal matters.

    Jane also served as chair of the Children’s Rights Committee of the Philadelphia Bar Association.

    In addition, she worked as a Special Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County, where she helped to develop anti-human trafficking strategies and community outreach efforts to improve relationships between the District Attorney’s Office and the Korean-American community in Montgomery County. 

    “Jane approaches her work with a deep passion and commitment to improving the lives of victims, with a broad perspective of the interconnection between service, systems and policy,” said Penny Ettinger, Executive Director of NOVA. “So, we are thrilled to have her here at NOVA.”

    Prior to attending law school, Jane taught social studies at a public high school in Delaware County. 

    She received a B.A. in history from Bryn Mawr College and a J.D. from Temple University Beasley School of Law.

    PHOTO CAP: Jane Kim, Esq. has joined NOVA as Director of the Children’s Advocacy Center.