September 27-29, 2023 | Pittsburgh, PA
2023 Summit Dates Announced!
September 27-29, 2023
Director of Programs & Research on Extremism, Parents for Peace
Emma Jouenne has worked as a first responder on Parents for Peace’s helpline, helping dozens of families in need of support in cases of radicalization. She also developed the methodology behind P4P’s interventions by collecting, storing and analyzing radicalization processes among the families reaching out to the helpline and codifying and standardizing the intervention protocols. She presented her methodology at the Association for Threat Assessment Professionals in Omaha, Nebraska on Developing Holistic Solutions to Protect Youth from Extremism in October 2021. And she recently testified before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs at an investigative hearing entitled: “Helping Veterans Thrive: The Importance of Peer Support in Preventing Domestic Violent Extremism.” In her capacity as Director of Programs & Research, she is spearheading partnerships with universities across the United States to evaluate P4P’s work and assess its replicability.