Fighting the Destruction of Families!

Empowerment & Momentum ~ A March to Victory


The 2nd Women Against Registry National Conference

St. Louis Missouri (Maryland Heights area)

August 17, 18, & 19

Early Registration Open Now

April 1 - May 31…………….…..………$125

After June 1………………..……….……$150

A Great Opportunity to Network, Learn, & be Inspired


Fri. August 17, 2018; 1:00-5:00 PM 
Sat. August 18, 2018; 8:00-5:00 PM 
Sun. August 19, 2018; 8:00-12:00 PM

The schedule for the 2018 Conference is in the planning stages but promises to be packed with intelligent, motivated speakers and insightful workshops. Some of these are:

  • Emily Horowitz - Keynote Speaker
  • Janice Ballucci - Speaking on current legislation and litigation
  • Dr. Avon Hart-Johnson - Speaking on the 5 Steps to Empowerment
  • Dr. Dean Rosen - Leading a workshop titled: “Breaking Out of the Cocoon - Becoming a Reluctant Activist” 
  • Guy Hamilton-Smith - Leading a workshop titled: “Turning Adversity into Advantage” 
  • Lori Jo Reynolds - Leading a workshop titled: "Ready to Learn to Testify"
We will post the biographical information below for our speakers and workshop leads as they become available.

Janice M. Ballucci

Attorney & ACSOL Organization President

Janice M. Bellucci has been an attorney for more than 30 years.  She founded the Alliance for Constitutional Sex Offense Laws (ACSOL), a nationwide non-profit dedicated to protecting the Constitution by restoring the civil rights of sex offenders and currently serves as Executive Director of that organization.  In that capacity, Janice is challenging residency restrictions adopted by cities and counties which virtually banish sex offenders.  In the recent past, Janice filed a series of 31 lawsuits in federal court that led to the eradication of proximity restrictions for sex offenders.

Janice also successfully challenged laws passed by the City of Simi Valley, the City of Orange and the CA Department of Corrections that required sex offenders to post a sign on the front door of their home stating they were sex offenders on Halloween.  The judge in the Simi Valley lawsuit granted a temporary restraining order (TRO) which prevented that city from enforcing that requirement.

Janice led the nation’s first sex offender protest in the City of Carson on March 7, 2015, the 50-year anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, to highlight a city law that prohibits sex offenders from visiting both public and private places.  Janice obtained the first stay of enforcement from Jessica’s Law in the County of Santa Barbara for a sex offender suffering from terminal liver cancer who would otherwise be homeless.

Janice has helped to reunite families by negotiating revised parole conditions that allow registered citizens to live with their spouses and/or children.  Janice has made presentations to numerous legal and government organizations, including the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice and California Sex Offender Management Board.

Previously, Janice served as an attorney for the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Air Force at Los Angeles Air Force Base and in the Pentagon and NASA in Greenbelt, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.

Dr. Dean L. Rosen 

Clinical Psychologist 

Dr. Dean L Rosen specializes in clinical psychology in the Saint Louis area. Dr. Rosen has over 40 years of experience in his field. He graduated from the Universityof Illinois-Champaign Urbana in 1977 with a PhD in Psychology. Besides his busy practice in clinical psychology, he and his son Adam wrote a musical on Asperger's Syndrome, called “Asperger's, A High-Functioning Musical".  It's a celebration of those geeks and weird kids who are entering adulthood.  Dr. Rosen’s specializes in sexual addictions, sexual offenders, gender identity and sexual orientation as well as issues of trauma, grief, marital and family problems, depression, and substance abuse.

In addition to our wonderful speakers and workshops, there is sure to be plenty of socializing and networking as well. Our 2017 Conference was a big success and we expect no less for 2018.


Again this year, we are soliciting artwork donations from incarcerated loved ones, registrants, and family members. These gems will be sold at the conference to help defray costs. If you or your family members are creative, please consider putting your talents to work on a drawing, painting, sculpture or other type of artwork for this worthy cause. Note: donated pieces can not be returned, even if they are not sold. 

Take advantage of our Early Bird Special Act Now Before the  Deadline Passes

April 1 - May 31…………….…....……$125 

After June 1………………..…….……$150 

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