Ulana Tatunchak, Esq., is a Legal Specialist with the Division of Women at the New Jersey Department of Children and Families. The Division on Women works towards advancing the rights of women by operating programs in the fields of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking and institutional analysis. As a Legal Specialist, Ms. Tatunchak advocates for women’s issues by: conducting research and assessment; analyzing the systematic response to domestic violence in New Jersey; drafting policy recommendations; and forging valuable partnerships with relevant stakeholders.
Prior to joining the Division on Women, Ms. Tatunchak worked with survivors of human trafficking with the organization, Polaris in Newark, NJ, and has practiced law in the private sector.
Ms. Tatunchak received her Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall University School of Law and has been licensed to practice law since December 2008. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the Pennsylvania State University.