Leadership and Governance

Board of Directors

  • Scott Berkowitz, President and Founder
  • Regan Burke, Chairperson
  • Peter Church
  • Katherine Miller, Treasurer
  • Tracy Sefl, Secretary

All board members except Berkowitz serve as independent voting members. Board members serve one (1) year terms. All board members' terms expire in March of 2021.

National Leadership Council

The National Leadership Council is a leadership group of individuals who have been recognized based on their commitment to RAINN's mission of supporting survivors of sexual assault and bringing perpetrators to justice.

  • Tori Amos - singer/songwriter and survivor
  • Laurie Halse Anderson - survivor and author of Speak
  • Marika Anthony-Shaw - founder and CEO, PLUS1
  • E. Desiree Asher - board member, Child Rescue Coalition
  • Cass Bird - photographer and director
  • Jacqui Cheng - journalist, editor, entrepreneur, activist
  • Ashna Chopra - supporter
  • Peter Church - chief human resources officer, Avangrid
  • Torrey DeVitto - actor, activist, and philanthropist
  • Michael and Catherine Devlin - supporters
  • Cameron Esposito - comedian, survivor, and activist
  • Christina Frantz - social impact advocate, Twilio
  • Nancy Lee Grahn - actor and supporter
  • Nicole Grant - director, Avangrid Foundation
  • Whitney Wolfe Herd - founder and CEO, Bumble
  • Allen Hicks - partner, Hogan Lovells
  • Janet Jensen - founder and CEO, Human Investment Foundation, The Jensen Project, and Enjen
  • Chandra Jessee - founder, InMaat Foundation
  • Kelly Johnson - philanthropist
  • Ashley Judd - actor and humanitarian
  • Sam Krasnik and Kathleen Corless - supporters
  • Kesha - singer, activist, and survivor
  • John Marciano - survivor, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP partner
  • Marci M. Matthews - survivor, advocate, and philanthropist
  • Paul McComas - author of Unplugged
  • Katherine Miller - RAINN board member
  • Ann Mukherjee - survivor and Chairman and CEO of Pernod Ricard North America
  • Sarah Peitzmeier  - researcher-advocate and RAINN volunteer
  • Micheline Pitt - business owner, supporter, and survivor
  • Christina Ricci - actor
  • Jodi Richard - supporter and survivor
  • Abraham Riesman - journalist and author
  • Rochelle Rubin - executive director, Alpern Family Foundation
  • Megan Savage - theater producer, philanthropist
  • Trapper Schoepp - singer-songwriter
  • Alice Sebold - author of Lucky
  • Liz Seccuro - survivor, author, and activist
  • JP Sheehan - supporter and volunteer
  • John Silberholz - supporter
  • Jennifer Sincero - author of You Are a Badass
  • Mira Sorvino - actor, activist, and survivor
  • Breanna Stewart - professional basketball player, Seattle Storm
  • Anne Wheaton - author, artist, and advocate

Senior Leadership

Scott Berkowtiz, President and Founder
Scott Berkowitz
President and Founder

Camille Cooper, Vice President of Public Policy
Camille Cooper
Vice President of Public Policy

Heather Drevna, Vice President of Communications
Heather Drevna
Vice President of Communications

Jonathan Greenberg, General Counsel
Jonathan Greenberg
General Counsel

Clara Kim, Vice President of Communications
Clara Kim
Vice President of Consulting Services

Andrea Pagano-Reyes
Vice President of Development

Keeli Sorensen
Vice President of Victim Services


Pro Bono Counsel


Program Advisory Board

These leaders in the field of anti-sexual violence lend their expertise to help RAINN improve and expand our programs and services.​

  • Patti Giggans
    Executive Director, Peace Over Violence (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Jen Luettel-Schweer
    Associate Director, Health Education Services and Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Services, Georgetown University (Washington, DC)
  • Carmella Peoples, M.P.H.
    Director, Outreach and Training Overseas Citizen Services, Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State
  • Randall Brown, M.D. Forensic Gynecologist
    Chief Medical Examiner for the Office of the District Attorney, Deputy Coroner (Baton Rouge, LA)
  • Joelle Gomez
    CEO, Women's Center Youth and Family Services (Stockton, CA)
  • Rebecca Ward
    Executive Director, Centro de Ayuda a Victimas de Violación (San Juan, PR)