- greendot, etc.
- staff and board
- kristen parks
- gail schoolfield
- marigail sexton
- board of directors
ON A PERSONAL NOTE:
I have a strong unwavering addiction to caffeine. I have two kids who are perfect in many ways and who obviously take after me in so many other less than perfect ways (Sorry about the clumsy gene, Sadie). I watch Spongebob or Looney Tunes almost every morning, while my kids are still sleeping. I would love to be a yoga, work out at 5 a.m. every day and drink tea while journaling my thoughts kind of person, I’m not but I think about it a lot so I think that counts. If I was stranded on a desert island and could only have one thing in the entire world, I would bring a boat.
Yay! A bio! I’m pretty certain the only person who would be rushing to read this is my mom (Hi Mom! Look, I’m on a website!).
I am here because I believe in a different world. I believe in a world where power based personal violence is not a common experience. I believe in a world where my kids will think of the current rates of sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, and bullying the way I think of the time before television—a distant far off, sounds too unreal to have ever actually been true past reality. This is not just a dream, it is a real possibility and it is ours to take.
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At Green Dot, etcetera, our work goes beyond the Green Dot program itself. As leaders in violence prevention, we provide training, technical assistance, and program development for individuals, schools, and organizations both domestically and internationally as they work to foster safe communities. We are proud to be a technical assistance provider for the U.S. Department of Justice, Office o Violence Against Women Campus Program. To learn more about that initiative, please visit our OVW Technical Assistance section.
We are collaborating with Hollaback! to support their amazing efforts to address street harassment. To learn more about street harassment and how you can do your part to reduce it, check out ihollaback.org.