17 April ORW - Victim Rights Month April 17, 2018 By ODRC Institutions, Ohio Reformatory for Women (ORW) ORW, Victim Rights Month, Lorraine Whoberry, S.T.A.C.I.E. Foundation, Silhouettes 0 In honor of Victim Rights Month, the Ohio Reformatory for Women was privileged to have Lorraine Whoberry speak to the offenders and staff on her journey from the darkest place grief can take a person, to forgiveness and the will to face the future. Ms. Whoberry is the founder and executive director of the S.T.A.C.I. E foundation, named after the death of her oldest daughter Stacie. Stacie was murdered and her younger sister was brutally assaulted. Lorraine Whoberry has dedicated her life in making sure the voices of murdered victims continue to be heard. She has silhouettes that travel around Ohio to commemorate those who have been murdered and ensuring their voices continue to be heard. Related Victim Services Statewide Training and Award Recipients Office of Victim Services 20th Anniversary NCI’s Victim Awareness Program Gives Back to Local Community Allen/Oakwood Correctional Institution (AOCI) - Hispanic Heritage Month Activity NCI Hosts Monthly Restored Citizens Network Meeting NAACP Kicks Off Black History Month at GCI Comments are closed.