Sexual assault prevention efforts are well-intentioned, but often unstructured. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, an excellent time to refocus your strategic planning for prevention. We are in a time when proposed Title IX regulations make the Violence Against Women Act Section 304’s educational programming provisions critical and the cultural phenomenon that is the #MeToo movement is shining a spotlight on issues of sexual violence, more than ever.
Our Seven Strategic Sexual Violence Prevention Planning Rules white paper will:
- Explain How to Best Hone Your Message
- Capture the Attention of Your Students, Faculty, and Staff
- Build Partnerships to Create Real Changes in Your Campus Climate
Vice President of Association Management, TNG Consulting
Michelle Issadore, M.Ed. is the Vice President, Association Management for TNG Consulting, a SafeColleges Training Author, the former Senior Associate Executive Director for the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA), and the former Executive Director of the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators (SCOPE). Michelle spent five years as Assistant Director of the Women’s Center at Lehigh University where she coordinated sexual violence prevention and response, including annual and ongoing trainings and programming for faculty, staff, and students.