Dr. Stacey Mitchell serves in times of disaster and national tragedy. She is is a practicing forensic nurse, specializing in the care of those who experience sexual assault for over 25 years. She has led programs, identified and addressed the many challenges around sustainability and providing forensic health care to vulnerable populations. She has developed and delivered Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) education programs in Texas and along the East Coast for over 23 years. In addition, Dr. Mitchell has consulted with SANE programs on topics of development and sustainability. She is currently the founding Director of the Texas A&M University College of Nursing Center of Excellence for Forensic Nursing. She is an experienced project director serving as Principal Investigator of the $1.5M HRSA-ANE-SANE grant (T96HP32499) designed to increase the number of SANE and three Texas Office of the Attorney contracts focused on training Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners and delivery of tele-SANE. She is also Co-PI of the DOJ OVC Funded Tex-TRAC project designed to deliver Tele-SANE services to rural and underserved areas. She will serve as the program Co-Director of the CR-VoICE program.