Crime Victim Services Announces New Promotions
Lima, OH – December 1, Crime Victim Services is pleased to announce two new staff promotions, including the development of a Deputy Director position. Over the last few years, CVS has been intentionally working through a strategic planning process to ensure the agency is positioned to continue providing quality prevention, advocacy, and outreach services in the community.
Ryn Farmer Deputy Director of Crime Victim Services
Ryn will be promoted into the newly developed Crime Victim Services’ Deputy Director position and remain as Child Advocacy Center Director. Ryn has been with the agency since 2014. She will oversee the following programs: Day One; Court Advocacy; Court Appointed Special Advocates; Elder Victim Ministry; Guardian Program; Prevention Program; Putnam County.
Raven Cruz Loaiza: Day One Director of Crime Victim Services
Raven will be promoted to Day One Director. Raven has been with the agency since 2014. Raven will be responsible for overseeing all of the Day One Survivor Advocates, local and state partnerships related to anti-sexual violence and anti-human trafficking, and administration of the Department as a whole.
"Their many state and local leadership positions, leadership awards and trainings, and dedication to survivor recovery and leading with an anti-oppressive lens have led to these promotions within our agency. Both of these experts provide the excellence and leadership needed for CVS to continue its outstanding services and prepare for its future," said Executive Director, David Voth.
Crime Victim Services is a local, independent non-profit victim services agency that believes communities thrive when all members prevail over trauma and support one another with empathy and respect.