Anderson County Court House

Victim Witness Coordinator
Katherine Sellers

Criminal Court

Katherine joined the District Attorney General’s Office in 2009. In addition to her role as Assistant Victim/Witness Coordinator in General Sessions Court Division I, Katherine also serves as the Administrative Manager for 7th Judicial District Crime Task Force.  As the Administrative Manager, Katherine is responsible for the processing and administrations of all grant requirements and financial records as well as day-to- day administrative tasks.

Asst. Victim/Witness Coordinator
Kevyn M. Sterchi

General Sessions Division I – Clinton

Kevyn has a B.S. in Legal Assistant Studies with a minor in Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. During her time at UTC, she completed an internship at Hamilton County’s District Attorney General’s office, and was later hired as a criminal secretary for Hamilton County’s Grand Jury Court. Kevyn joined our office in June of 2017. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and watching Harry Potter on repeat.

Asst. Victim/Witness Coordinator
Brittany L. Davis

General Sessions Division II – Oak Ridge

Brittany began interning with our office in January 2017 and began her career with us in May 2017. She is working towards her Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies, and plans to graduate in the fall. In her spare time she enjoys competing in pageants, spending time with her friends and family, and cheering on the Tennessee Vols.

Asst. Victim/Witness Coordinator
Rhoni Standefer

General Sessions Division I & II – Domestic Violence

Rhoni Standefer comes from Knoxville, TN where she lives with her husband, Grant.   She has previous experience working with victims, as well as in the court system after serving 16 years as a Rape Crisis Counselor in Texas and New Mexico.  Rhoni and Grant have three grown children, Brooke Akin, Zach Standefer and Bonni McDonald.

Role of the Victim/Witness Coordinators

Victim/Witness Coordinators are employed by the District Attorney’s office to help victims and witnesses of crimes to understand their rights and answer their questions about the criminal justice system.