Board of Directors
Working Against Violence, Inc. (WAVI) has provided the Black Hills with the resources needed to assist survivors of domestic abuse and sexual assault since 1978. From providing a safe and secure shelter for women, children and men to educating the public about domestic violence, the team at WAVI is dedicated to offering solutions that better the Rapid City community, and beyond.
Jennie Steinmetz, President
Donna Genora, Vice President
Abby Sharp, Secretary
Katy Winters, Treasurer
Seth Malott, Past President
Dr. Anne Fisher
Lt. Kelvin Masur
View upcoming events where you can join in on spreading awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault.
Interested in working at WAVI? View our current openings!
Learn more about how WAVI impacts the community, including WAVI's revenue and operating expenses, from our annual reports and audits.
WAVI depends on the generosity of those within our community in order to continue providing assistance to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Whether you can donate or volunteer, your contribution will go far in securing a safe haven for those in need.
Myth: Domestic violence is a private matter.
Fact: Domestic violence affects the whole community. It results in high costs to society and leads to future abuse through learned patterns of behavior.