Ramireddy (left) with Debbie Matheson (right), executive director of Violence Free Futures (photo credit: Esther Ramireddy)
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Esther Ramireddy (left) and Corynn Brock (right), current Cedarville University students working with Violence Free Futures in Greene County (photo credit: Scott Huck)
Two Cedarville University international students, Esther Ramireddy, a junior psychology major from Dubai, and Corynn Brock, a senior psychology and pre med major from Peru, are working as crisis intervention specialists at Greene County’s Violence Free Futures (VFF), formerly known as the Family Violence Prevention Center.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Calm in Crisis: Cedarville Students at Greene County’s Violence-Free Futures" (2023). News Releases. 1745.