Dally M. Sanchez
Technical Assistance Director
Dally M. Sanchez will be providing technical assistance and training resources to Enough-is-Enough service providers throughout the State of New York who work directly with colleges and universities, providing prevention and education on ending sexual violence on college campuses. Dally has over 20 years of experience providing cross-systems and cross-disability advocacy, technical assistance, training, and curriculum development, as well as organizational cultural competency.
Dally is a survivor, and she is passionate about ending sexual violence in our communities and working collaboratively with others to achieve successful outcomes. She believes in the power of united voices working together towards a common goal. Dally is a single mother of two beautiful daughters, an immigrant from Dominican Republic, and Spanish/English bilingual. Dally has a great sense of humor and can often be found eating snacks while joking with her co-workers.
Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator
Nastia Gorodilova works at the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault as the Training and Technical Assistance Coordinator. Their work focuses on bringing intersectional primary prevention and trauma-informed services to college and university populations in New York State by building the capacity of rape crisis and sexual violence prevention programs. Nastia works extensively on Title IX issues and is on the national Know Your IX advocacy team, educating students and policymakers about student rights.
Josie Torielli, LCSW currently works with the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault, where she directs the Training Institute and Direct Service programs and dreams of a world free of gender-based violence. She is also an adjunct lecturer at Columbia School of Social Work in the Master’s program. Josie earned her BA from Syracuse University, her MSSW from Columbia University, and has completed post-graduate training in Advanced Trauma Treatment and EMDR.
Director of Program Administration and Finance
Saswati Sarkar is the Director of Program Administration and Finance at the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault. In this role, she wears multiple hats including managing program administration and finance, directing the Alliance’s research and community–based prevention efforts as well as leading the NYC Sexual Violence Prevention Regional Center. Prior to the Alliance, Saswati served as a national technical assistance provider strengthening capacities of programs and state coalitions to offer community-responsive programs and services to communities of color and immigrant communities.