Dr. Zieva Dauber Konvisser earned her PhD in human development at Fielding Graduate University. She is a Fellow of the Institute for Social Innovation at Fielding and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Wayne State University. As a researcher, her work focuses on the human impact of traumatic events, such as terrorism, genocide, combat, and wrongful conviction, and the possibility of positive change. Her passion is to give voice to trauma survivors, in particular the innocent women who have been wrongfully convicted and freed or exonerated, and to learn from them about their experiences and their unique qualities and needs. She is the Oral Historian at the Holocaust Center in Farmington Hills, MI, served on the National Commission on American Jewish Women, and is currently on the international board of METIV: The Israel Psychotrauma Center, the advisory board of Strength to Strength, the board of Proving Innocence, and the Innocence Network Research Review Committee. She is the author of Living Beyond Terrorism: Israeli Stories of Hope and Healing and publishes and presents her work both nationally and internationally.
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