Welcome to the REFORM Podcast.
This is a true crime policy podcast where we explore an unsolved crime over the course of one season, including some important policy issues involved with the case.
If you want to try to end the violence in our communities, push for policy change, and help solve a crime, this is the podcast for you.
MEET THE HOST OF THE REFORM PODCAST
Kimberly Dudik, J.D., M.P.H., B.S.N.
Kimberly Dudik has over two decades of experience fighting for justice as a lawmaker, assistant attorney general, deputy county attorney, registered nurse, and advocate for survivors of domestic violence.
Her leadership in public policy includes leading national efforts to improve public safety serving as the Past Chairperson for the Council of State Governments West and Past Chairwoman of the National Foundation for Women Legislators. She understands the complexities between policy and finances, having served as Chairperson for the Montana Legislative Finance Committee and for eight years examining and setting Montana’s state budget, specializing in public safety and criminal justice budget issues.
During Kimberly's time as an elected official, she led teams in groundbreaking reforms in criminal justice, child welfare, human trafficking, and violence against women. Her leadership has been recognized by receipt of the New Leaders Council Award for Political Leadership, a Women of Excellence Award by the National Foundation for Women Legislators, and the State Government Affairs Council Award. She co-founded the Public Policy Institute of the Rockies to lead transformational change on critical under-dressed issues. She safeguards citizen's rights as the founding attorney of the civil rights and crime-victim law firm Kimberly Dudik & Associates.