Unified Solutions employs dedicated and passionate subject matter experts from diverse backgrounds. All employees embody Unified Solutions’ mission and work diligently to meet the needs of all Grantee Tribal Programs.

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Stanley L. Pryor
Executive Director/Project Director
Telephone: (877) 216-9914 Ext. 700
Email: stan@unified-solutions.org

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Stanley Pryor has more than 39 years of experience in providing training and technical assistance to federal, state, and local governments; and to community-based organizations and advocacy groups in program development, needs assessment, community partnerships and planning. His faculty appointments include the Georgetown University, School of Medicine (Research Associate) and the Virginia Commonwealth University, School of Social Work (Assistant Professor). Since 1976 he has worked in the human services field with vulnerable populations including crime victims, people with disabilities, American Indian/Alaska Native groups, and young children. As a senior program manager for ICF International, he served as project director for the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), Training and Technical Assistance Center (TTAC) contract, managing the delivery of technical assistance and training to federal, state, local and tribal victim service providers and allied professionals across the Nation. Throughout his career Mr. Pryor has gained expertise in designing, developing and implementing adult learning training and technical assistance initiatives for the federal government (Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services), universities (e.g., Georgetown University, Virginia Commonwealth University), and state and local faith-based and community organizations. He managed the development of numerous training curricula and materials and Technical Assistance toolkits, including Strategic Planning Tool Kit for Victim Service Organizations, Victim Notification and Safety in Relation to Offender Reentry, The Essential Elements of State Child Care Administration, and Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect of Disabled Preschoolers.

As Project Director for OVC TTAC, his responsibilities included project management, coordination with OVC senior management, budget development, and coordination and delivery of training and technical assistance (TTA) to the field of victim services. He was the principle presenter for OVC at national conferences related to OVC TTAC, facilitated OVC national symposiums, the Victims of Crime Act Administrators and Tribal Victim Assistance working group, and the DOJ OVC/ Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) federal working group on Anti-Trafficking task forces. He developed the training and technical assistance contractual system for OVC TTAC. This work included developing the infrastructure and written guidelines for the OVC technical assistance response to requests from both federal and non-profit agencies, the review and approval policies and procedures for the OVC scholarship, conference support and conduct guidelines for all OVC consultants. Additionally, he was a strategic OVC partner in the design and implementation the OVC training strategy; developing Technical Assistance blurbs for the OVC annual Report to Congress, and the re-design of the OVC National Victim Assistance Academy. Most recently he managed and facilitated a six month series of meetings for the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), bringing more the 16 Federal agencies together as a working group to determine the technical assistance and training needs of the 42 BJA funded Anti-Human Trafficking task forces. He managed the development of the final report to the General Accounting Office on the working group which provides the framework for future training and technical assistance to the task forces.

Jesucita Hernández (Pascua Yaqui Tribe)
Training and Technical Assistance Director
Telephone: (877) 216-9914 Ext. 702
Email: jesucita@unified-solutions.org

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Jesucita Hernández is an enrolled member of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe and has worked in the Tribal victim services field for nearly 20 years. Ms. Hernández had the honor of working for her tribe to develop and create a culturally specific victim service program. As part of this effort, Ms. Hernández formed a crisis response team to help eliminate the gaps between outside agencies and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe. She was selected by the team to chair and facilitate the crisis response team.  She developed strong relationships between the victim service program and Tribal and other area law enforcement in order to provide services and support to Tribal victims of crime. 

After six years providing direct victim services, Ms. Hernández was recruited to Unified Solutions Tribal Community Development Group, Inc. (Unified) to provide training and technical assistance to Tribes and Tribal organizations throughout the country.  She currently serves as the Training and Technical Assistance Director, overseeing direct assistance to over 330 Tribal victim service programs in the Lower 48 and Alaska.

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Rachel Lane
Program Manager (Training and Technical Assistance)
Telephone: (877) 216-9914 Ext. 701
Email: Rachel@unified-solutions.org

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Rachel Lane joins Unified Solutions with a background in women’s studies, family relationships, general and child psychology, finance, customer service, data collection, and program reporting. Rachel brings over nine years of experience working in a detail-oriented corporate environment and was an asset to her team in bridging the gaps between superior customer service and internal data requirements.

Rachel was hired by Unified Solutions in October of 2018 as a Data Collection Specialist. In this role, Rachel excelled in optimizing and elevating Unified’s data collection process in accord with federal grant requirements. In April of 2019, Rachel was promoted to the role of Technical Assistance Specialist in recognition of her dedication and service to OVC tribal grantees. Rachel works closely with her supervisor, Jesucita Hernández, in support of Unified’s mission and initiative to provide dedicated Training and Technical Assistance to grantees who are awarded through the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime.

Rachel currently serves as the lead TA Specialist for Unified’s partnership with the National Mass Violence and Victimization Resource Center (NMVVRC). In this role, Rachel researches and compiles valuable resources that are specific to Native American communities in the event of mass violence and/or domestic terrorism. Rachel’s involvement with this project will assist in developing culturally-specific resources for American Indian / Alaska Native communities in preparation for and/or in response to acts of mass violence.

In her local community of Virginia, Rachel served the school system for seven years as a referee and Head Coach of the girl’s Junior Varsity and Varsity Field Hockey Programs. During this time, Rachel enjoyed having the opportunity to grow with, support, and coach these young women during an impressionable season of their lives. Rachel strives to be a positive example and understands how the confidence and knowledge gained on the field can extend far beyond the sport. Rachel is a member of her local historical society and contributes to the community’s conservation efforts through the Northern Neck Ducks Unlimited Chapter. One of Rachel’s favorite quotes is, “Teamwork makes the dream work,” and she holds true to this with her family as well as in her work environment. Rachel thrives on supporting her team members by providing effective and efficient Technical Assistance, and she is happy to help in any way she can.