Minji Doh

Program Coordinator

Minji Doh is a Program Coordinator with the American Bar Association Commission on Domestic & Sexual Violence (ABA-CDSV).  She graduated from Georgetown University, and first became involved in the field of DV/SA work when she served as a fellow for Sexual Assault Peer Educators Program (SAPE) on campus, facilitating trainings to various student organizations. She also worked as a part of a core team to successfully organize the Working to End Rape Culture (WERC) Summit, which was Georgetown’s and the District of Columbia’s first-ever event centered around sexual violence advocacy and education. Moreover, as a resource intern for Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (A/PI DVRP), she aided DVRP in its mission to address domestic violence in Asian/Pacific Islander population and to empower survivors after abuse. Minji is excited for her role in the Commission and cannot wait to see how she will grow and learn alongside incredible CDSV staff.