Richard Windmann, Ph.D.
Co-Founder,Advocate, Men's Support Programs
Richard is formerly a SNAP Leader At-large. He has been an activist and advocate for survivors and victims (WARRIOR) for a decade. He serves as President of SCSA, as well as our media spokesman. He is a Computer Scientist and works for a large technology company, as well as a part-time professional musician. He currently lives in Fort Worth, Texas, and has a wife, three children, and two grandchildren. You can see his story here.
Advocate, Men's Support Programs
Advocate, Women's Support Programs
Laura minimized the incest she experienced at the hands of her stepfather for over forty years. At the age of 8, Laura's stepfather would sexually abuse her while her mother was out of town for work. At 14, when Laura told her mother what happened, her mother initially validated Laura's cry for help, but would eventually come to deny the acts and chose to stay with her husband compounding onto the sexual trauma Laura experienced. Laura is a former ICU R.N. with over 20 years of healthcare experience around the U.S. While Laura's goal was to heal patients in need of critical care, Laura's goals are now to help other victims and survivors by sharing her story, listening to others, and to help advocate for the elimination of the Statute of Limitations in Texas. She currently lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and two dogs.
Aaron is a retired safety engineer, was born in Newport, Rhone Island, and raised in Gretna, Louisiana. He graduated St. Joseph Elementary School 1968 and Archbishop Shaw High School 1972. He received his Associate Degree in Occupational Safety and Health from Delgado College 1981. Aaron currently lives in Covington, Louisiana enjoying traveling, cooking, camping, grandkids and model making. Stubborn to the core when it comes to childhood sex abuse, Hebert's dogged detemination and relentless pursuit led to Hecker's criminal indictment and subsequent arrest with a $850,000.00 bond.
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