The NATRC coalition currently consists of members who contribute a rich blend of experience, knowledge, determination, and inspiration. They have backgrounds in advocacy, mediation, psychology, social work.
Neil Brick (http://NeilBrick.com) is a survivor of ritual abuse. He has worked for years educating the public about these cases and advocating for survivors. His large website on ritual abuse and child abuse crimes (https://ritualabuse.us) presents many articles. Neil also edits a newsletter on this subject, called the S.M.A.R.T newsletter. In each of the last 19 years he has brought together survivors and supporters in an international conference in Connecticut USA. He hosts online discussion groups for survivors of ritual abuse.
deJoly LaBrier is a survivor of extreme abuse, a military sex ring, government experimentation, extreme mind control and cult abuse. She is the author of two books: Diary of A Survivor in Art and Poetry, and All Together Now, A Multiple’s Story of Hope & Healing, available either through her website or through Amazon.com. With 22 years of recovery work, deJoly is an advocate for child abuse victims, and speaks at various conferences, seminars and churches to help bring the reality of extreme abuse into the public eye, and to bring hope to those who still suffer the affects of this abuse. She and her partner live in a cabin in the Mountains of Northwest Georgia. deJoly can be contacted either through her website: http://www.dejoly.com or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Hal Pepinsky retired Jan. 2009 from after 33 years on the criminal justice faculty at Indiana University, Bloomington. His papers and such are archived at http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/findingaids/view?docId=InU-Ar-VAA9639.xml&brand=general&text1=Pepinsky&field1=text&startDoc=1. He is known as a co-founder of “peacemaking criminology.” Hal Pepinsky, email@example.com, pepinsky.blogspot.com, 209 St. Pierre St., Worthington, OH 43085-2262