Throughout her career, Iva Rody has continued to serve as an advocate in both the government and private sectors. Mrs. Rody has a Bachelor of Science in Administration of Justice, a Master of Administration and has been successful at developing and implementing multiple law enforcement-based and community programs. Mrs. Rody is regularly called upon to provide training and professional development on current trends and best practices in Officer Wellness, Mental Health, Domestic Violence, Crisis Intervention, and Advocacy. She is a graduate of the Arizona POST Leadership Program; is as a committee member for the International Association of Chiefs of Police Victim Services Committee and the Federal Bureau of Investigations ELEVATE Committee; and serves as a Board Member for the National Center for Prevention of Community Violence, Warrior’s Rest Foundation and Academy Hour. Ms. Rody has extensive experience in program management and serves as a peer reviewer for the US Department of Justice. In 2013, she was recognized by the Arizona Attorney General for Distinguished Service in recognition of Outstanding Leadership. Previously, Mrs. Rody lead the implementation of multiple victim service and crisis response programs and received the 2014 IACP Excellence in Victim Services Award and the 2017 Arizona Attorney General Distinguished Service Award for Innovative Practices. Currently, Ms. Rody is the Programs Manager for the 100 Club of Arizona where she leads solutions-based programming for Arizona’s first responder community. She emphasizes the importance of holistic wellness for public safety personnel and their families. In her role, Ms. Rody is charged with engaging innovative technology to promote access to critical resources that improve and support those she serves.