Conference 2016

General Information

Conference Location:
Hunt Library
1070 Partners Way
Raleigh, NC 27606
Map and directions

We will be on NC State’s Centennial Campus – which is NOT the same as the main campus. We will be on the 2nd Floor of Hunt Library. If you come in through the first floor, you will walk up the yellow staircase and we will be right there in the Duke Energy Hall. There will be volunteers on both floors to direct you. There is also an elevator. You do NOT need a special ID to get into the part of the building we will be in.

Conference Overview

Campuses nationally are continuing to work hard to meet and exceed federal requirements around response and prevention measures for sexual and dating violence and stalking. While campuses are working to address the expectations of Title IX and the Clery Act, including the most recent amendments to the Clery Act (Campus SaVE), many have already developed effective programs. This year’s conference seeks to highlight those effective programs while also going beyond compliance, working to establish intersectional and trauma-informed advocacy, prevention, and investigation.

This conference is intended to create a thoughtful and intentional space for campuses and community agencies to showcase their programs, and work together to solve the challenging puzzle of responding to and preventing all forms of sexual and dating violence on college campuses.

Download the conference program, with full agenda, workshop descriptions and presenter bios: download now (pdf) PDF-icon---tiny

Registration

Registration is closed. The 2016 conference was a huge success and we’re already planning for 2017! Stay tuned. 

General Registration (Now until November 30, 2016)

• $225 – Cost for a single registration
• $195 – Per person cost for 2+ registrants from the same school/campus/organization/agency, etc.
• $100 – Student Rate
• $75 – North Carolina State University student rate
• $60 – Presenter Rate
**Cost includes light breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks on both days

Payment by check is preferable.  If you choose to send a check, select the ‘Pay by check’ ticket option to complete the registration.  All information about how to mail in your check can be found on the registration page. Credit card purchases are certainly also welcome.

Late Registration (December 1-December 12, 2016)

• $275 – Cost if you register after November 30, 2016.  This rate begins at 12:01am on Thursday December 1, 2016.

We recognize and honor the challenges that come with being a working parent.  While childcare will not be offered on-site, we will do everything possible to support you if you need to bring your baby or child to the conference.  Please contact Juliette for any questions: (919) 624-9575 or juliette@chrysalisnetwork.com.

Conference Highlights

NEW this year:

• Action sessions: Some breakout sessions will be action focused where the presenter(s) share information during the first half of the session, and participants use the second half to self-facilitate small group structured discussions based off of the content presented.
• Stalking and dating violence focus: This year will continue to address sexual violence, however will also have more intentional time invested in addressing campus stalking and dating violence.
• Round table discussions: Based off of participant feedback, we will have round table discussions throughout the conference, both by topic and by discipline.  This will give participants the opportunity to problem solve and brain storm current issues they are facing in their roles, as well as in their community. Examples include the trigger warning debate, the role of campus health professionals in the prevention of and response to sexual violence, and student activism.

Additional Conference Highlights

• A variety of workshops and action sessions offered over 5 breakouts
• 30-minute private consulting sessions with Lindy Aldrich, Esq. with the Victim’s Rights Law Center, and Amily McCool, JD from the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence.
• A performance from A Long Walk Home, Inc.
• Presentation by Andrew Brown, a queer-identified male survivor of campus sexual assault, entitled Sexual Assault and Speaking Out
• Keynote address by Lindy Aldrich, Esq., Deputy Director of the Victim Right’s Law Center, entitled, Campus Sexual Assault: Approaching confidentiality and investigations with a trauma-informed lens
• Keynote address by Elaina Roberts, Legal Director for the Stalking Resource Center entitled, Stalking and Cyberstalking on Campus: Effective Investigations and What You Can Do To Make Your Campus Safer

Scholarships

Thanks to financial support from Parker Poe, we are able to offer 8 conference scholarships to those in need. Please note, the sponsorship covers the registration fee only. If awarded, you will still be responsible for your travel, lodging and meals not provided during the conference.

Eligibility: anyone is welcome to apply. Applicants will be selected based on those in greatest financial need, as well as those whose participation will make a significant impact on their community.

Please complete the brief application. All applications are due by 11:59pm Friday, November 11th. You will be notified of your application status by Wednesday, November 16th, 2016.

Featured Workshops

Workshop Titles & Presenters (click to open)

Building Comprehensive Sexual Violence Prevention Efforts on College Campuses
PreventConnect, CALCASA: Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez, Project Manager

Building Trust in a Time of Institutional Betrayal: Lessons Learned Through Establishing a Prevention Education and Survivor Services Center in a Compliance Landscape
Vanderbilt University: Cara Tuttle Bell, Director – Vanderbilt University Project Safe Center

Start the Conversation: A Planned Approach to Prevention Work for Community College Students
Wilkes Community College: Dr. Lynda Black, Director, Counseling Center

Campus Sexual Violence: Student Rights, University Responsibilities, and Legal Liability in The Hunting Ground
The Fierberg National Law Group, PLLC// School Violence Law: Doug E. Fierberg, Attorney

Beyond Self-Care
UNC-Chapel Hill: LB Klein, Consultant and Ph.D. Student

UVA’s Men’s Leadership Project: Fostering Change in College Men and Middle School Boys through Mentorship
University of Virginia: Claire Kaplan, PhD, Program Director and Rashona Sharpless, Outreach Coordinator – Gender Violence & Social Change, Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center

Special Considerations: Relationship Violence on a College Campus
Colorado State University: Casey Malsam, Victim Advocate

Threat Assessment & Case Management of IPV Cases – A Case Study
NC State University: Tina Nelson, Risk Assessment Case Manager

A Call to Action: Researching the Sexual Violence Experiences and Prevention Needs of Students at All/Predominantly Women’s Colleges
Meredith College: Kris Macomber, Assistant Professor; Chrysalis Network: Juliette Grimmett, Founder

24 Hour Crisis Hot-line: How To Prepare Volunteers
Colorado State University: Casey Malsam, Victim Advocate

You Got This!: Training, Motivating and Supporting Employees who Investigate Discrimination
University of Missouri: Salama Gallimore, Director of Investigations and Deputy Title IX Coordinator

Traveling Postcards: Heal, Connect & Empower through Art
Women’s Wisdom Initiative: Caroline Lovell, Executive Director; West Carolina University: Arika Morrison, Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Care Coordinator

Teaching Intersectional Sexual Violence Prevention within the Context of Systems of Oppression
Brown University: Marc Peters, Men’s Health Coordinator and Alana Sacks, SHARE Advocate

#BlackLivesMatter, Donald Trump and HB2 Mandates Us to Change How We Approach Bystander Intervention
CBK Enterprises: Chimi Boyd-Keyes

From Creeper to Killer: The Normalization of Stalking in Pop Culture and its Impact on Investigation
Stalking Resource Center: Elaina Roberts, Legal Director

SaVE Who? Applying Intersectionality and a Social Justice Advocacy Framework to Analyze Efforts to End Sexual Violence on Campus and to Develop New Programs
Promise Place: Alison Dunn, Systems Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator

Resources to Engagement: Creating trainings with choose-your-own-destiny style scenarios
Clemson University: Megan Fallon, Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator and Taylor Tyson,
Interpersonal Violence Graduate Assistant

Four Must-Ask Questions to Transform Your Prevention Strategy from Good to Great
Everfi: Rob Buelow, Vice President, Partner Education

Developing Student Leaders to Build Collaborative and Inclusive Cultures of Prevention
Elon University: Becca Bishopric Patterson, Coordinator for Health Promotion; Wake Forest University: Beth Montplaisir, Safe Office Coordinator

Revictimization and Resiliency: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Working with All Students
Virginia Commonwealth University: Abigail Conley, Assistant Professor, Andrea Moreau, Graduate Student, and Jen Underwood, Graduate Student

Addressing Campus Sexual Violence Across the SEM: An Opportunity to Brain-storm with Peers
Culture of Respect/NASPA: Sarice Greenstein, Project Coordinator; Chrysalis Network: Juliette Grimmett, Founder

Schedule Mapping: Techniques in Safety Planning for Advocates, Counselors, and Investigators
Victim Rights Law Center: Lindy Aldrich, Esq., Deputy Director

Maximizing Title IX/VAWA Risk Reduction and Primary Prevention: Increasing Impact through Research and Theory
Lynn University: Lorna Fink, University Compliance Officer, Title IX Coordinator

A Trauma-Informed & Multidisciplinary Approach To Supporting Victims/Survivors of Sexual Violence on Campus
The Ohio State University: Mary Zuchovicki, Sexual Violence Support Coordinator, and Jolene Petroc, Sexual Violence Support Coordinator

2016 Keynote Speakers

A Long Walk Home
Presentation Title: TBD. A performance from their artists.

Founded in 2003, A Long Walk Home, Inc. (ALWH) is a Chicago-based national non-profit that uses art to educate, inspire, and mobilize young people to end violence against girls and women. In 1997, Scheherazade Tillet learned that her older sister, Salamishah, was a rape survivor. Seeking to help Salamishah heal from sexual violence, Scheherazade turned to photography and began documenting the various stages of Salamishah’s recovery. At the end of the project, Salamishah and Scheherazade decided to team up to write and direct, Story of a Rape Survivor (SOARS), a multimedia performance that stars a diverse cast of musicians, dancers, and stage performers, who bring Scheherazade’s photographs and Salamishah’s story to life.

In 2003, the Tillet sisters co-founded A Long Walk Home, Inc. (ALWH), the only organization in the country that uses art therapy and the visual and performing arts to end violence against women and girls. The vision of Scheherazade Tillet, a professional art therapist and rape crisis counselor, and Salamishah Tillet, an Ivy-League feminist professor, ALWH partners with rape crisis centers, universities, high schools, and state coalitions to provide innovative and inclusive programs for underserved communities.

Through our national and local programs, multimedia performances, summer and after school youth institutes, campus trainings and workshops, ALWH has educated over 100,000 survivors and their allies to build safe communities and end gender violence.

Lindy Aldrich, Esq.
Presentation Title: Campus Sexual Assault: Approaching confidentiality and investigations with a trauma-informed lens

Lindy has been with the Victim Rights Law Center (VRLC) since 2007, beginning as a staff attorney and becoming Deputy Director in 2010. Along with managing the daily activities of the VRLC, she also manages the Boston office’s five staff attorneys who represent hundreds of victims of sexual assault across the Commonwealth in a wide range of legal areas, including education, privacy, safety, education, immigration, and federal and state government benefits. With almost 50% of the VRLC’s clients under the age of 24, Lindy frequently works to ensure that sexual assault victims stay their educational course, helping to curtail and ameliorate the often devastating impact of the assault on the victim’s safety, housing (dormitory or off-campus housing), employment (after school, on or off campus job), scholarships, and extracurricular activities.

As staff on the VRLC’s national Office of Violence Against Women’s (OVW) Training and Technical Assistance grant, Lindy trains around the country on a number of topics, including Title IX and Campus Sexual Assault Policies and Response. Lindy keeps VRLC at the forefront of this national discussion through consultations and trainings with state and national agencies, universities, and other legal service providers. She has been a Resource Team member and trainer for the OVW Campus Program Training and Technical Assistance Institute since 2010, as well as a presenter for the Project STOP NOW! conference for campus administrators from historically black colleges and universities. Lindy collaborates with the Clery Center for Security on Campus on webinars and conferences as a Title IX expert. In February 2014, Lindy was invited, by the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, to lend her expertise on Title IX and victim confidentiality and she continues to consult with the Task Force on these issues.  In June 2014, Lindy participated in U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill’s Roundtable on Title IX. Lindy is also an Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Training and Technical Assistance Center trainer and, in partnership with OVC, has delivered webinars and live chats on sexual violence and education. Lindy was named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly 2012 Top Women in the Law and a 2014 Boston Rising Star by the National Law Journal. Lindy attended Suffolk University Law School and was named the 2013 Outstanding Young Alumni.

Andrew Brown
Presentation Title: Sexual Assault and Speaking Out

Andrew is an advocate and activist against sexual violence from Silver Spring, Maryland. As an advocate, he spent three years at Brown University as a Sexual Assault Peer Educator, facilitating conversations with first-years and social groups on campus regarding pro-social intervention, sex-positivity, supporting survivors, and rape culture. Andrew’s story as a queer, male survivor of sexual assault and his university’s subsequent negligence has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Buzzfeed, Huffington Post, CNN, the book We Believe You: Survivors of Campus Sexual Assault Speak Out, and the documentary The Hunting Ground. In March 2016 he joined Lady Gaga on the 88th Academy Awards stage for her moving performance of “Til It Happens to You” alongside 50 survivors.

Andrew is also a professional classical vocalist, singing in both choral and solo works in Washington, DC.

Marc A. Grimmett, Ph.D.
Presentation Title: Honoring the Learning Process Through Group-Led Circles

Marc A. Grimmett, Ph.D., was born and had his proud identity cultivated in historic Tuskegee, Alabama. He earned his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Georgia and is a Licensed Psychologist. Dr. Grimmett is an Associate Professor, and director of the Community Counseling, Education, and Research Clinic of the counselor education program at North Carolina State University. The conceptual framework for Dr.Grimmett’s research is titled R.A.D.I.C.A.L. scholarship, which means Research Action to Deconstruct Institutionalized Cultures and Advocate for Liberation. This framework currently includes four areas of concentration and corresponding goals including preventing gender-based violence through education, activism, male engagement, and community partnerships; transforming contextual and systemic factors to promote the healthy development of African American people; and developing multicultural and social justice counselor education teaching and research methods. He is the executive producer, co-director, and co-writer of MY MASCULINITY HELPS, an educational documentary that explores the role of African American men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence.

Jennifer Landhuis
Presentation Title: Assessing the Risk: The Intersection of Stalking, Dating Violence and Technology Misuse on College Campuses

Jennifer Landhuis has been an advocate and educator on the issues of stalking, domestic violence, and sexual assault for the last 19 years. She is currently the Director of Social Change at the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence where she designs and facilitates research-based local, state and national trainings on domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault to build the capacity of criminal justice, social justice and healthcare systems to ensure safety and social and emotional well-being of victims and accountability for offenders. Ms. Landhuis oversees state-level multi-disciplinary collaboratives seeking broader systems outcomes and improving interagency response, including the Idaho Coordinated Response to Sexual & Domestic Violence and The Idaho Victims Assistance Academy. Jennifer is also a consultant with the Stalking Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime where she provides training and technical assistance to enhance the ability of professionals, organizations, and systems to effectively respond to stalking.

Jennifer is a Domestic Violence instructor for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, a consultant with the Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center, an adjunct professor in the Criminal Justice Department of Boise State, and has her Master’s in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.

Exhibitor and Sponsorship Information

Sponsorship Information

Chrysalis Network’s sponsorship program provides organizations, nonprofits, companies, and others the opportunity to showcase their products and services while exchanging information with members of a higher education audience, as well as local, state, and government agencies working to end sexual and dating violence including stalking.

Exhibitor Information

All exhibits are centrally located in high-traffic areas that serve as a “conference commons.” These areas attract conference attendees between sessions and during breaks. As a part of this environment, sponsors are encouraged to welcome attendees to their exhibit areas for discussions about their products and services.

Why Participate?

In its first two years, the Solving the Campus Sexual Assault and Dating Violence Puzzle Conference sold out with representatives from over 50 campuses and an additional 20 local, state, and government agencies and organizations from 16 states including the District of Columbia.  As a result, the conference will be in a larger space this year, able to accommodate over 225 people.

• Build lasting relationships with leaders making a difference in the lives of survivors of sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

• Engage professionals from the fields of advocacy, health care, human resources, education, counseling, prevention, criminal justice, academia/research, student affairs, and student conduct, among many others.

• Increase the visibility of your products and services to those working to end sexual and dating/domestic violence including stalking.

• Increase brand awareness and recognition.

Donations & Exhibitors

All potential sponsoring organizations MUST submit the online application form by Friday November 18, 2016.

In-kind Donations

(Health & Wellness Focus)

We are grateful for any services or contributions you are willing to provide. Health and Wellness services such as yoga classes, 5-minute massages, and healthy snacks are greatly appreciated, however all ideas are welcome. Please share them with us via the online application below.

Friend of Chrysalis Network:

$100 non-profit/$300 for-profit (unlimited)

• Logo listed on event website

• Recognition in conference program

• Material included in welcome bag (up to 2 pieces – brochure, flyer, etc)

Exhibitor:

$300 non-profit/$600 for-profit ( 6  2 available)

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Recognition in conference program

• One six-foot table and two chairs to use as exhibit/display space for both conference days in a high trafficked location.

Scholarship: Any multiple of $195 (per person registration cost)

Understanding that people need monetary support, this sponsorship level provides scholarships to individuals who apply and have a documented need for financial assistance to attend the conference. ($195 for 1, $390 for 2, $585 for 3, etc.)

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

Sponsorship Categories

BRONZE

Pens- $1000 (1 available)

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• One complimentary conference registration which includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks on both days

• Material included in welcome bag

• Logo and/or tag-line printed on pens provided to all attendees

Afternoon Snack – $1200 (2 available)

•Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• One complimentary conference registration which includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks on both days

• Material included in welcome bag

• Table tents with logo on snack tables

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

Silver

Lanyards and Name Badges- $1500 (1 available)

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• One complimentary conference registration which includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks on both days

• Material included in welcome bag

• Logo and/or tag-line printed on lanyards provided to all attendees

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

• Featured recognition in conference press release

Welcome Bag – $1800 (1 available SOLD!)

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• One complimentary conference registration which includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks on both day

• Material included in welcome bag

• Logo and/or tag-line printed on bags given to all attendees

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

• Featured recognition in conference press release

Gold

Breakfast – $2000 (2 available)

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

•  Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• One complimentary conference registration which includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks on both days

• Material included in welcome bag

• Table tents with logo on breakfast tables

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

• Featured recognition in conference press release

Reception – $2000 (1 available)
Covers costs for a reception open to all participants on Day 1 of the conference

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• Material included in welcome bag

• Table tents with logo on reception tables tables

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

• Featured recognition in conference press release

Platinum

Lunch – $2500 (2 available)

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• One complimentary conference registration which includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks on both days

• Material included in welcome bag

• Table tents with logo on lunch tables

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

• Featured recognition in conference press release

Scholarship Package – $2500 (3 2 available)
Covers conference registration for 8 individuals in need

• Description on conference website and clickable logo

• Featured logo and recognition in conference program

• One six-foot table and two chairs to use as exhibit/display space for both conference days in a high trafficked location.

• Two complimentary conference registrations which includes breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks on both days

• Material included in welcome bag

• Featured placement and dedicated (visuals only, no audio) slide, with logo and message, in slideshow presented to audience as individuals are being seated for the opening plenary.

• Featured recognition in conference press release

Continuing Education Credits

***This conference has been approved for 13.75 Continuing Education credits, by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC)***

The NC State University Counselor Education Program and Chrysalis Network are cosponsors of this program. This cosponsorship has been approved by NBCC. The NC State University Counselor Education Program is an NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP 4096. The ACEP solely is responsible for this program, including the awarding of NBCC credit.

Lodging

We are happy to offer the following 3 lodging options:

1)  ALOFT Hotel of Raleigh** (2.7 miles from Hunt Library)
2100 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC 27607
$125/night through the Chrysalis Network Link
To receive this rate, your reservation must be booked by November 11, 2016.
**This hotel has given us a significant discount due to their support for our work.

2) DoubleTree By Hilton/Raleigh Brownstone (2.3 miles from Hunt Library)
1707 Hillsborough Street Raleigh, NC 27605
$99/night – room reservations can be made beginning Monday September 19 using this Chrysalis Network Link
To receive this rate, your reservation must be booked by November 11, 2016.

3) NC State housing information
NC State is graciously offering all of our conference participants the option of staying in their beautiful Wolf Village apartments at the rate of $45/night. All suites are same-gender only, based on the gender by which you identify. This rate includes a private bedroom, campus welcome pack, wired Internet access, deluxe linens, soap, shampoo and conditioner. See here for more details and here for reservations, select “Sexual Assault and Dating Violence Conference,” from the event drop down menu. Reservations must be made by November 28.

If you need to stay the evening of December 12th, please contact Juliette Grimmett to extend the block rates. juliettegrimmett@gmail.com (919) 624-9575

Transportation & Parking

Free bus and/or shuttle service will be available to and from the hotels to Hunt Library on December 12th and 13th.  If you choose to park at Hunt Library, you can pre-purchase a $5/day permit (info coming soon), or pay each day of the conference at the Partners Way Deck pay station for a maximum of $10/day.

Bus Information

For guests staying at ALOFT and the Brownstone, you will be using the same bus stop. You will ride the WOLFLINE Bus (BIG red bus), NUMBER 8 (SOUTHEAST LOOP). The stop is on Hillsborough Street in front of the Belltower. It is directly across the street from ALOFT, and on the same side of the street as the Brownstone, but about a 5 minute walk. Here is the link with bus times. Just scroll down to route 8. You can also track where the bus is at anytime right here.

There’s a nice coffee shop, Jubala, on the first floor of ALOFT if you want to grab a cup before the bus comes.

Parking Options

1) PRE-PAY ONLINE (recommended): You should have already received a link to pre-pay for $5/day. Don’t forget to print out your pass (it’s a 2 day pass unless you specifically requested a 1 day pass). You will park in this lot:

Oval West Parking Deck (6 minute walk to Hunt Library)
914 Partners Way
Raleigh, NC 27606

Here it is on a campus map: http://maps.ncsu.edu/#/buildings/pc1

2) PAY ON-SITE: If you do not end up prepaying for this pass – you can still park on-site at a pay lot. However it will cost $10/day. On-site parking is limited, so it is best to pre-pay if possible. But don’t worry! We will make sure you can park. We will have people outside ready to help! If you choose to pay on site, here are the two lots you can use:

Poulton Pay Lot (CLOSEST – 1 minute walk to Hunt Library) – VERY few spaces.
Partners Way Deck Pay (8 minute walk to Hunt Library)

Scroll to the bottom of this page for directions to these locations.

Conference Sponsors

Supporters

Campus Advisory Committee Members

Carolina Alzuru
Director of Training
NC Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Melissa Babb, Psy.D.
Interpersonal Violence Coordinator, Counseling Center
North Carolina State University

Kathleen “Kat” Bursky, MA, LPCA
Victim Advocate
East Carolina University

Paige Hall Smith MSPH, PhD
Director, Center for Women’s Health & Wellness
Professor, Public Health Education
University of North Carolina Greensboro

Claire Kaplan, Ph.D.
Program Director, Gender Violence and Social Change
Maxine Platzer Lynn Women’s Center, University of Virginia

Arika Morrison, M.S., LPCS
Licensed Professional Counselor/Supervisor
Sexual & Interpersonal Violence Care Coordinator
Western Carolina University

Doris Jackson Munoz
Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Student Involvement Center
Methodist University

Laurie Neff
Dean of Students
Louisburg College

Jen Przewoznik, MSW
Director of Prevention and Evaluation
NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault

LaMar Shannon, MBA/HCM, ACHE
Director of Education
Living Arts College

Libby Thorson, M.S.
Coordinator, Violence Prevention and Healthy Masculinity programs
Center for Women and Gender Equity-West Chester University