The Leadership Team
Jill Starishevsky has been a prosecutor in New York City since 1997, where she has prosecuted hundreds of sex offenders and dedicated her career to seeking justice for victims of child abuse and sex crimes. In October 2006, Jill launched HowsMyNanny.com, the first online nanny reporting service that works to keep children safe by enabling parents to receive positive and negative feedback on their child’s caregiver. Jill is also the author of “My Body Belongs to Me,” a children’s book intended to prevent child sexual abuse by teaching 3- to 8-year-olds their bodies are private. Featured on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” Jill is a prevention specialist who, through media appearances and public speaking events, teaches how to recognize and prevent child sexual abuse.
Pamela Pine, PhD, MPH, has more than 30 years of experience as a designer, developer and manager of health related programs. She has designed and managed local, national and international public health, medical, education and communication programs, as well as economic development and policy-related endeavors under government, foundation and corporate-funded programs. She is the Founder of Stop the Silence: Stop Child Sexual Abuse, Inc., which has a primary focus on bringing international attention to eliminating CSA. Pam has been working internationally for over 30 years, and brings her wealth of international experience and her language acumen to various endeavors including the Executive Committee for the International Conference on Violence, Abuse and Trauma.
Alex has a long-standing history of involvement with Not for Profit Organizations, including his current position as Vice President at Voice Found. The mandate of Voice Found is the prevention of childhood sexual abuse and the support of adult survivors.
Alex is also a Founding Member, and Director of Operations of the West Carleton First Response Unit, past president of both the West Carleton Firefighters’ Association and the Canadian Association of Aeromedical Transport Systems (CAATS). He was also a Co-Founder, and Past President of the Canadian Aerospace Medicine Aeromedical Transport Association (CAMATA), a Board Member, Lanark County Open Doors for Youth (Mental Health Services) and a Board Member and Facilitator, Lanark County Youth Criminal Justice Services. Alex is also the former Manager of the Eastern Ontario Air Ambulance program and a former Army Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces, now a current Naval Reserve Officer.
His hobbies include teaching music, reading, competitive shooting, and spending time outdoors.