The Partnership Against Domestic Violence has inducted Debbie Sessions, partner and chief operating officer of Porter Keadle Moore, into its Women’s Legacy Society.  

“Debbie is deeply involved in community and women’s activities,” PKM’s managing partner Phil Moore said in a statement. “She’s been described as a servant leader, which is a great description of who she is, and what she does. She understands that giving back to the community is one of the most important things a person can do, and we are extremely proud of her.”

The honor recognizes individuals who gave their time, energy and resources to help PADV end the crime of intimate partner violence and empower its survivors.

“This society pays tribute to women like Debbie who indelibly shaped PADV into the organization it is today,” the nonprofit’s interim president and CEO Carolyn Booth said in a statement. “She has been dedicated to PADV since 2001 as a former board member, volunteer and stakeholder. PADV is honored to have Debbie Sessions as a Legacy Society inductee.”

The nonprofit organization launched the Legacy Society earlier this year, making Sessions one of the first inductees. Sessions was honored along with ten other veteran volunteers earlier this month at the Hearts with Hope Gala, which marked the group’s 25th anniversary. PADV hopes to transform the lives of women and children through emergency intervention, violence prevention and long-term advocacy.

Sessions has been on the organization’s board since 2001. She served as its president from 2007 to 2008, and has been active in planning the annual fundraising gala. She has also served on the nonprofit organization’s Capital Campaign and Planning Committee.

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