Freedom Network USA

Tammi Hogan

Board Member

Tammi Hogan is a licensed independent clinical social worker in Washington, D.C. As a
specialist in trauma informed practices, she has worked for more than a decade in
nonprofit human services administration, and provided direct services to survivors of
trauma and violence. After gaining significant experience in building capacity in
operations and finance, Tammi focused on programming as a Director of Evaluation at
nonprofit serving youth and families in the District. In this position, she developed and
implemented a streamlined monitoring and evaluation system and customized database
for 19 diversely funded programs serving approximately 1,200 youth annually. Through
her administrative experience, she has a proven track record of developing and
implementing strategic planning initiatives and evaluation systems for organizational
change. She is committed to the use of data to drive operational and programmatic
improvements in addition to staff development and training.

Tammi’s direct service experiences include working with adults, youth and families in
crisis in a range of environments. Her experience includes involvement with child
welfare and juvenile justice systems where she has also served as a clinical expert and
client advocate. Within the last decade, she has focused on providing clinical
interventions and therapeutic services to survivors of sexual violence, including sexual
assault and child sexual abuse. She currently develops and supervises all clinical training
and services in her role as Clinical Director at D.C. Rape Crisis Center, where she also
provides individual and group therapy to clients of the agency. Last year, the agency
provided trauma informed and culturally competent individual and group counseling to
over 300 survivors of sexual violence. Tammi values the importance of consent, equity,
and accessibility and is committed to the belief that all forms of oppression are linked.
She remains dedicated to survivor-centered advocacy and healing for survivors.