Greta has a long history of service to the community. While in college she volunteered with Special Olympics and worked with faith communities to weatherize homes of elderly and disabled persons. She worked as a law enforcement officer for twelve years in Nashville before working as the Victims of Crime Coordinator with the Tennessee Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and an advocate and support group facilitator for homeless women. Other affiliations include being on the Board of Directors for the Rainbow Community Center and Interdenominational Services Organization of America, chairperson of the Puddles and Paws Benefit Concert, NOAH's Criminal Justice Task Force, Use of Force and Communications committees, and serving as a United Nations Global Goals Ambassador for the Nashville UN Association. She began Silent No Longer Tennessee in February 2018 after being raped in June 2017. In 2021 she was recognized for her work in the community, receiving the Mary Catherine Strobel Social Justice Award
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