GLOBAL POLICY IMPACT
SELECTED COMMUNITY SERVICE
US Ambassador to India. Addressing sexual violence. What can we learn from the United States?
Keynote Presenter and Instructor. United Nations Outreach to China. “Addressing Sexual Violence: What Can be Learned from Efforts the United States?” United Nations, New York City. Tuesday, October 27, 2015.
Safety for Women Event, Pakistan. UNICEF, 2016.
10 Points of International Light. Global Outreach to End Sexual Violence by Take Back The Night. October 27, 2016
International Summit to End Sexual Violence. Executive Director. Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus. New York, NY. July 10-11, 2016.
Contributing architect and lobbyist, Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights, 1992
Contributor and lobbyist, Student Right to Know and Security Act, 1992
Conference Director, Shatter the Silence to Stop the Violence Conference, Take Back The Night Foundation and Avon Foundation for Women, 2009
Lead Consultant, U.S. Campaign about Violence Against Women, Tour of India with U.S. Ambassador to India, 2010
Event Director for 10 Points of Light to Take Back The Night. 2010-ongoing annual event.
Director and Producer. “Jump Start Java Webinar Lecture and Discussion Series.” Forum of Executive Women, Philadelphia Chapter, 2013.
Event Director for Featured Charity, Hoopsville Classic Basketball Tournament, Stevenson University, 2014.
Virginians Allied Against Sexual Violence, Certification Program, 1991
Avalon: The Center for Women and Children, Volunteer Rape Crisis Counselor; Williamsburg, VA; 1990-1994
Rally for Red Dance Performance Benefit. Megan Curet Performance. February 12, 2016.
Delegate, Sexual Assault Response Task Force, Cornell University, 1991-1992
Founder, Students Helping Others to Understand Trauma (SHOUT), 1991