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Serving survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking​

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Rebuilding, Recovering, Restoring and Transforming Lives Together

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Volunteer Medical and Trauma Care Professionals 

Josephine's Clinic, Inc. is a coalition of volunteer medical and trauma care professionals who serve survivors of human trafficking and violence while providing interprofessional, patient-centered, compassionate, holistic, and trauma-informed care. 

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Our Vision

Josephine’s Clinic, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization that envisions a world where survivors of human trafficking and violence can obtain professional, volunteer, trauma-informed medical and mental health care in a patient-centered, compassionate environment.

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Left to Right (Rosanne Hounz, Pam Wright, Judy Malone, Devin Robinson & Kelly Bohnhoff)

2020 Board of Directors


President and Co-Founder


President and Co-Founder

Rosanne received her diploma in nursing from the Good Samaritan School of Nursing and her BSN at Mount Saint Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received an MSN in forensic nursing along with an MS in criminal justice as well as her DNP in population health leadership from Xavier University. She is currently working in nursing leadership at University of Cincinnati Medical Center as the house supervisor as well as adjunct faculty at Xavier University in the forensic MSN program. Additionally, she is part of a forensic nurse response team that responds to survivors of interpersonal violence, sexual assault, child abuse, elder abuse, and human trafficking.

Rosanne is an advocate for survivors of violence specifically those who are survivors of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation using a population health approach, focusing on the social determinants of health. Her professional interests focus on expanding the use of forensic nurses in the community, as well as setting and creating technology for the prevention, reduction, and rescue for survivors of violence. She works closely with the Northern Kentucky Human Trafficking Task Force, the community coalition of professionals and community members who created and implemented the Response Initiative to Guide Human Trafficking Services (RIGHTs) Group in Northern Kentucky, Women of Alabaster,

Franciscan Ministries Tamar's Center, End Slavery Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati Police Department.

Pam Wright, MSN, RN

1st Vice President

Pam received her RN diploma in 1975 from the Church Home and Hospital School of Nursing in Baltimore, MD and her BSN in 1981 and MSN in 2011 from the University of Cincinnati. She is currently an assistant professor of nursing at The Christ College of Nursing and Health Sciences where she teaches community nursing and mental health. She serves on the board of the Christ Hospital chapter of Sigma, an international nursing honor society. She also serves on the board of directors of The Sovereign Queen City Court of the Buckeye Empire (ISQCCBE) which is a philanthropic organization that raises thousands of dollars annually for local charities. Josephine’s Clinic is one of those charities. She has been volunteering for Josephine’s Clinic since June 2018. She received the Lydia Grant Humanitarian award from ISQCCBE for her volunteer work with Josephine’s Clinic and also recently won the Outstanding Teacher’s Award at The Christ College.

Judy Malone

2nd Vice President

Judy graduated from Highlands High School in 1963. She began attending the University of Ky Northern Center, which became Northern Ky University. She spent 26 years in night school and earned 132 credit hours. Her major was Literature and Language.

Judy worked for the Internal Revenue Service for more than 35 years and retired in 2009. Her last position there was a Management Assistant in the Electronic Filing Unit.

Judy is the Cincinnati Tri-State Regional Coordinator for Shared Hope International. She is also the Chair for the Tri-State Anti-Human Trafficking Network. She is a member of the Northern Kentucky Human Trafficking Task Force, the Kentucky State-wide Human Trafficking Task Force and the End Slavery Cincinnati Prevention and Education Committee.

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Devin Robinson, MSN, RN II


Devin has been a registered nurse since 2006. She started her career at Fort Logan Psychiatric Hospital in Denver, Colorado as an admission nurse. She accepted a nursing position in the Pediatric Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital (CCHMC) in early 2007 as a clinic nurse. During her career at CCHMC, she worked in the in-patient float pool at the main hospital, Ear/Nose and Throat outpatient clinics, and currently, at the Mayerson Center—a child advocacy center located within the hospital. During her time at the Mayerson Center, she became the coordinator of the Pediatric Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (PSANE) and new forensic nursing program. Devin also coordinates and facilitates two PSANE programs a year along with a yearly Ohio State PSANE conference. She is currently participating in a committee to implement a pediatric human trafficking tool at CCHMC.

In December of 2014, Devin graduated with her Master’s Degree in Nursing Education from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. During her education journey, she taught undergraduate and graduate clinical/practicums in community health and mental health nursing. She has been a preceptor for several students during their forensic nursing practicum as well. Devin also practices as an adult sexual nurse examiner/forensic nurse at St. Elizabeth in Northern Kentucky.

Devin has several volunteer activities that she is currently engaged in. She is very involved with opposing human trafficking, homelessness, and violence against women and children in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana. Devin participates in activities and outreach with the Women of Alabaster and is an Ambassador of Hope at Shared Hope International. This organization educates professionals and the community about the existence of human trafficking and what they can do about it. She has also given human trafficking presentations on behalf of End Slavery Cincinnati. Lastly, she is a member of the Anti-Human Trafficking Network, a group of like-minded individuals who are interested in human trafficking education and prevention. 

Kelly Bohnhoff, Ph.D., RN, LMFT, ACTP, CLNC

Advisor and Co-Founder

Kelly received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia, her MSN in Community Health Nursing from the University of New Mexico-Albuquerque, and her Ph.D. in Psychological Foundations of Education from the University of New Mexico-Albuquerque in 1997.

In 2011, Kelly attended graduate school and received her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Capella University in Minneapolis, Minnesota and is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and nationally certified as an Advanced Trauma Practitioner(ACTP) in Sensory Intervention for Traumatized Children, Adolescents and Parents (SITCAP)She transitioned from her role as an Assistant Professor of Nursing and Coordinator for the graduate forensic nursing and MSN/MSCJ (dual degree) programs at Xavier University in 2019 to become a nationally Certified Legal Nurse Consultant (CLNC) while providing trauma therapy to children, adolescents, and families at Lighthouse Youth and Family Services, and Catalyst Counseling, LLC.  In January 2021, she moved from private practice into her own consulting business to write her upcoming book, "The Power of Us: Discovering the Sacred Nature of Traumatized Families to Heal Themselves and the World." The book will share her personal journey of adverse childhood experiences, child sex trafficking, and violence with messages of unconditional love, hope, healing and transformation to those experiencing the echoes of pain and suffering associated with intergenerational trauma around the world. Check out the interview with Jack Canfield, author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series to learn more! Click Here

A strong advocate for underserved, severely traumatized children, adolescents, adults, and families, she involves graduate students from local colleges and universities to engage in activities focusing on identifying and serving vulnerable populations. Recently, Kelly was honored with an appointment to the American Health Council’s board of nurses as one of the best in America and for the contributions she has made in the field for the past 30 years.

Community Partnerships

Founded in January 2017, Josephine's Clinic, Inc. works closely with Women of Alabaster, Shared Hope International, and Tamar's Center. We are located in the same building as Women of Alabaster. As volunteer professionals, we partner with others in the community to serve survivors of human trafficking and violence. 

Our Source of Inspiration

Josephine’s Clinic, Inc. derives its name from Saint Josephine Bakhita, the patron saint of victims of slavery. Born in Darfur, Sudan in 1869, she had an uncle who was a tribal chief of the Daju people. In 1877, however, Josephine was kidnapped by Arab slave traders.

In the years following her captivity and enslavement, she was bought, sold, and given away numerous times. This went on for so long a time that she forgot her original name. Eventually, one of her owners placed her in the care of the Canossian Sisters in Venice, Italy.

There she remained until she took her final vows as a Canossian Daughter of Charity. As such, she traveled to various convents recounting her story and preparing other sisters for work in Africa.

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At the time of her canonization in 2000, Pope John Paul II pointed out Saint Josephine as a shining advocate of genuine emancipation. Read the full statement quoted by His Eminence at “Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking” (2012). For more about, St. Josephine, read her story  here.

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