ADDRESSING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEXUAL HARASSMENT, & SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE U.S. MILITARY

Shifting the goal from response to prevention by encouraging hard discussions in the formation, going directly to the source: one presentation by a survivor at a time.

 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Training for Servant Leaders, Individuals, and Organizations

ONLINE PRESENTATIONS

By hosting a training event remotely, you can communicate that you are dedicating significant time and effort to challenging the existence of sexual harassment and assault in your formations.

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IN PERSON PRESENTATIONS

By hosting a training event on your installation, you can communicate that you are dedicating significant time and effort to challenging the existence of sexual harassment and assault in your formations and give troops the ability to foster healthy discussions about real life impact and stigmas surrounding the military and how it deals with sexual harassment and assault.

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MENTORING

Meeting with a survivor and a team of educated professionals one on one to discuss the potential outcomes of how providing this resource in your formation can aid in addressing the common goal of reaching zero instances of sexual harassment and assault in the military.

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ONLINE WORKSHOPS

You’ll learn key concepts that contribute to a culture dedicated to ending harassment and assault in our ranks. You’ll learn how to create a strategy that works for you and your organization, and then how to use that strategy to foster structural change in your own footprint. By the end of the course, you’ll know exactly which metrics matter the most, how to make meaningful connections with the most vulnerable people in your formation, and how to repurpose effort where it's best utilized.

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"The way you presented it made seem all the more real. It also made the seemingly, initial "smaller" actions by the perpetrators appear all the more real and devastating in looking at the whole picture. I believe this helps people better understand the importance of respect and boundaries from the outset."

Anonymous

"I would never had heard about your law unless we had this training. Not only that, but seeing you be able withstand all of this and raise kids and drill and be active in your community AND go to college gives me hope to be able to withstand what I have been through."

Anonymous

"Keep your inspirational sharing of knowledge, awareness and personal experience going, it’s an eye opener and a motivation call to action for victims, justice-motivated personnel and everyone in between."

Anonymous

"I was here for your presentation last year and I will say that having those raw messages and photos did a hell of a lot at actually painting the picture as to the type of harassment you had to deal with. You are a very courageous and strong woman and I hope you continue to educate both military and civilians on your story because this is something that happens way too often and we need to do our job to spread awareness in order to prevent SH/SA from happening."

Anonymous

"You are brave and courageous to share your story. This was the best SHARP training I have attended. Thank you."

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"The courage it takes to talk about what happens is a lot, let alone in front of an audience. Thank you. Never give up."

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