Moriah Silver '09 has experience working in the areas of crisis services, reproductive health, Title IX and campus sexual violence, domestic violence, criminal law, as well as policy and legislative work at the federal and state level.
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Moriah Silver '09
Moriah Silver has been working in the field of domestic and sexual violence for ten years. She most recently worked as a prosecutor in California focusing on misdemeanor cases such as domestic violence.
Moriah’s career started at Mount Holyoke where for three years she volunteered as a rape crisis counselor at local rape crisis center in Amherst. Her career has included working at the White House, the DC Rape Crisis Center, and the National Network to End Domestic Violence.
Moriah has done extensive work on Title IX law and policy at the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women. She has also worked closely with students and schools on addressing campus sexual violence with the Victim Rights Law Center in Boston. Moriah was also involved in the high-profile prosecution of former San Francisco 49ers player Ray McDonald for rape and the prosecution of Stanford student Brock Turner for sexual assault.
Moriah has developed experience working in the areas of crisis services, reproductive health, Title IX and campus sexual violence, domestic violence, criminal law, as well as policy and legislative work at the federal and state level. Moriah holds a Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law and a Master in Public Health from Tufts University School of Medicine. She lives in Boston with her husband and three dogs Shadow, Sachi, and Nala.