Midori Hamilton Award

The Midori Hamilton Award is presented by the Oregon Coalition to individuals who have provided exemplary service in the movement to end domestic & sexual violence. The award is named after Midori Hamilton, who began as a volunteer for OCADSV in the mid 1980's. In the early 90's, she began coordinating the women of color caucus as a volunteer. She was instrumental in developing the Coalition's membership and holding meetings of the caucus during lunchtime at OCADSV board meetings, among many other achievements to the benefit of women and children in our state.
 
Recipients of the Midori Hamilton Award are selected by OCADSV's board and staff members, and receive a framed certificate and special recognition during our Annual Conference.

Past recipients

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2014

Nancy Greenman, Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force

2013

Desiree Coyote, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla

2012

Songcha Bowman, South Asian Women's Empowerment & Resource Center and Portland State University

2011

Tawna Sanchez, Native American Youth & Family Center

2010

Vanessa Timmons, Multnomah County Domestic Violence Coordinator's Office (previous) and OCADSV (previous and current)

2008

Toni Ryan, Saving Grace
Jessica Mindlin, Victim Rights Law Center

2007

Denise Washington
Sybil Hebb, Oregon Law Center
Robin Selig, Oregon Law Center

2006

Jayne Downing, Mid-Valley Women's Crisis Service
Phyllis Barkhurst, Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force

2005

Chiquita Rollins, Multnomah County Domestic Violence Coordinator
 


Questions about the Midori Hamilton Award? Contact Jonathan Gates, Social Media & Events Coordinator, at (503) 230-1951 x302.

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