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I am an accomplished social justice educator with a gift for facilitating meaningful dialogue on difficult issues. I've created and led successful workshops with audiences ranging from fraternity men at elite universities to direct service professionals to foster teens.

Bystander Intervention

Assertive Communication

Rape Culture and Victim Blaming

CONTENT AREAS (inquire for more detail):

Healthy Relationships

Sexual Assault and Consent

Dating Abuse/Intimate Partner Violence

Alpha Epsilon Pi International Convention
Avodah: the Jewish Service Corps, DC Chapter
BBYO East Coast Kallah

Campuses including Columbia University, George Washington University, Emory University and Northwestern University
End Violence Against Women International Conference (DC, 2016)

HOPE Conference (pregnant and parenting teens)
Health and Human Services Office of Adolescent Health Conference (2011)
Peace Corps Headquarters
PTAs including Alice Deal Middle School and Wootton High School

Sigma Delta Tau Convention
Zeta Beta Tau Convention

Strategies to Reach Privileged Communities

Public Speaking



 Here are a few of the programs I can bring to your organization. 

Dating Abuse: Tools for Talking to Teens

This program informs and empowers adults to identify teen dating abuse and have successful conversations with young people. 

Audience: Parents, educators, youth serving professionals

Answering Challenging Questions

This workshop discusses concrete strategies for responding to the challenging questions that arise in the field of sexual violence, with a focus on engaging men and boys. 

Audience: professionals, trainers, educators

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"This is honestly one of the most useful workshops I have ever taken at a conference with actual skills that can be readily applied to my work. It was well-paced and organized and the presenter was an excellent facilitator of discussion.” -- Direct Service Provider, End Violence Against Women International Conference (2016)

Speaker. Educator. Comedienne. Emcee.


"Your humor and ability to crack jokes even in the midst of such heavy topics puts the audience at ease from the start. Your outgoing, personable nature enables you to connect with everyone you meet and figure out how to really engage the audience...You have a wonderful way of putting a spin on the way we typically see women’s issues and I know that I will carry this newfound perspective with me for the rest of my life."

Amy Singer, University of Virginia Class of 2018

I recently  earned my Master of Arts in Education and Human Development from George Washington University and am ready to come train at your school or organization! Contact me with your ideas.

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