“They get to dress up and have a little fun and feel a little bit of the pain that we [women] sometimes feel when we walk around in high heels,” said Ohia, outreach coordinator for local nonprofit ser for Our VOICE. The group organized its second annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, which helps raise money and awareness about sexual assault and abuse. The following news video chronicles this year’s walk and includes a brief interview with Ohia. from the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” held on Saturday, April 30. Through counseling, advocacy and educationOur VOICE serves Buncombe County residents affected by sexual assault and abuse.