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Board of Directors

Monique Vallery

Monique Vallery

Board President

Monique Vallery became involved with Homicide Survivors after the death of her sister-in-law Sheyla. She has been on the Board of Directors of Homicide Survivors since 2016. Her commitment to the board is to try and pay forward the kindness and support that she and her family have received from HSI.

Noah Van Amburg

Noah Van Amburg

Board Vice-President

Noah Van Amburg is a graduate of Oberlin College and the Arizona College of Law. He worked in the large civil law firm world, prosecuted criminal defendants as a Deputy Pima County Attorney, & ultimately found his calling in the legal world: Assisting crime victims in both the criminal & civil arenas.

Kevin Hall

Kevin Hall

Assistant Chief, TPD

Assistant Chief Kevin Hall is a twenty-five year member of the Tucson Police Department, joining the department in 1992. He has worked in a variety of assignments within the department, such as the Gang Unit, Physical Child Abuse Unit, Internal Affairs, Homicide, & more.

Laura Liewen

Laura Liewen

CPA, Tax Manager

Laura Liewen has over 20 years of public accounting experience. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Arizona, earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with a major in accounting. 

Kevin Adger

Kevin Adger

Kevin graduated from Barton College in Wilson, NC & is currently a media specialist for the Pima County Sheriff’s Department. With over 12 years of media experience, he hopes to bring that knowledge to help HSI in it’s mission as a victims’ advocate leader in Pima County.

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