GREEN BAY, Wis. — To help fight the increase of domestic violence cases in Brown County, Golden House hired Keegan Campbell as its new prevention coordinator. She is responsible for developing and facilitating domestic violence prevention initiatives for employers, schools and community groups as part of the county’s only comprehensive domestic violence shelter and support center.

Campbell said when organizations provide prevention presentations and training seminars, they are sharing a valuable resource with their employees.

“Education is an important part of what we do here, which is why we try to get in front of as many people as possible with our programs,” she said. “This is vital, lifesaving information employers can make sure their teams are learning.”

Golden House’s Development Director Dina Borremans said Golden House’s education programs can be customized to fit an organization’s needs.

“We have set presentations, but we also can work with an employer to tailor an educational program just for them,” she said. “It’s essential we educate as many people as possible on the cycle of violence and the signs of domestic abuse.”

Integrated Community Services (ICS), a Green Bay-based nonprofit that helps low- to moderate-income residents find appropriate housing, brought in Golden House for a presentation on domestic violence in the workplace.

“Golden House spoke to our staff and did an excellent job helping raise awareness of not only their services and programs, but also on recognizing potential domestic violence situations and what we can do to help,” said Lori DeGrave, director of HR at ICS.

Prior to joining Golden House, Campbell worked in the health and fitness industry. She earned her bachelor’s degree in health promotion and wellness from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. She completed a practicum with the Aging and Disabilities Resource Center in Stevens Point and as part of her worksite wellness practicum, Campbell created a virtual self-love promotional program for high school students and co-created and edited the UW-Stevens Point Employee Wellness Facebook page.

To learn more or to schedule an onsite visit by Campbell, employers are encouraged to call (920) 435-0100.


What started as a 24-hour telephone helpline in 1979 to assist victims of domestic abuse find a safe place to stay has evolved into a comprehensive program that serves, helps and protects victims of domestic violence in Brown County and their families. Golden House is a nonprofit whose mission is to provide safety and support for victims of domestic abuse while leading efforts to end domestic violence in our community. Since 1993, Golden House has operated a facility at 1120 University Ave. on Green Bay’s northeast side that includes an emergency shelter for women, men and children. The shelter is among several free and confidential safety, support, housing and prevention education services provided by Golden House to victims of domestic violence. Learn more at

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