Mary Jo Speaker is the Victim-Witness Coordinator for the United States Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of Oklahoma. Prior to working in the Federal criminal justice system, Mary Jo was the Director/Coordinator for the Tulsa County District Attorney's Victim Witness Center from July 1983 through August 1996. Mary JO is responsible for providing comprehensive services to victims of federal crimes and victims of crimes committed in Indian Country. She has extensive experience in working with victims of violent crimes and spent more than eight years working with survivors and family members of murder victims. She was one of six Federal Victim-Witness Coordinators that were assigned to the case of United States v. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols in reference to the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City. Mrs. Speaker graduated in May 1983 from the University of Tulsa with B.S. degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology.