Friends, It’s a beautiful day in sunny Arizona! As I sit here, in my hotel room, getting ready for another exciting day at the National Speaker’s Association Conference, I am amazed at the outpouring of support and fellowship. The “hallway” conversations among friends and colleagues are always some of my favorite. It’s where you really […]
Professionally, how are you living life? How are you “reaching out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experiences”? When you face a challenge on your journey to making an impact, where do you look for new sources of inspiration? Do you look to authors, writers, books, a
Tuesday was a great day spent with the wonderful people at Lackland Air Force Base by presenting to the schools and conducting a “Train the Trainer” session for SARC offices from various bases in the area. Charlotte with the SARC Office did a fantastic job putting together a productive and successful day. We started by presenting the “Can I Kiss You?” program to
Learn how to teach everyone around you about consent through casual conversation at work, at home with your family, at sporting events, and hanging out with friends.
The Date Safe Project blog is a CONVERSATION and so please engage and SHARE with everyone here by utilizing the “Comments” after each post. You will find posts for parents, educators, students, and caring individuals/organizations.
The Date Safe Project’s first PERSON of the WEEK is Cheri, a strong and courageous sexual assault survivor who inspired me to begin speaking out against sexual assault / rape and would go on to inspire the founding of
The Date Safe Project’s Challenge for the Day today is based on finding at least one person in your life who has positively influenced you on
SpeakOut is a simple posting found in bathroom stalls all over Princeton’s campus. SpeakOut is thought provoking and raises awareness about sexual harassment and assault. Unfortunately, their signs are disappearing. Why? The people who make up the SpeakOut group believe it is a form a protest.
Beginning Monday, students across the country will begin campaigns bringing to light this reality among our children. Sadly, this reality has been an unnoticed problem for . . .
How can you help? The next time you have a member or friend is having a birthday, send a donation in their name to R.A.I.N.N.. Your gift will be a great sign of you thinking of your friend. Plus, you get to make a positive difference.