Find reactions, letters, and evaluations from active duty, dependents, SARCs, and military leaders throughout the world below…
“I’m glad it wasn’t death by PowerPoint, it was very interactive. It almost made me feel like I was not in training so I really enjoyed it. It was almost like sitting down and having a conversation with a friend.”
~ Yeoman 2nd Class Jelissa Pollard (CNN Article)
On be half of the men and women of ‘Team Shaw’ that participated in your presentations, thank you for coming to Shaw and leaving behind such a positive message. The reviews have all been enthusiastically positive–everyone enjoyed your visit and thank you for sharing new insight into dating and relationships.
I can assure you that we will share the great experience we’ve had here at Shaw with my fellow wing commanders. They would all benefit from the experience. And thank you for the feedback on the base. It is one of the nicest bases in our Air Force (bias of course).
Col Jim Post
Shaw Air Force Base
**Also from SHAW:
It was such an honor and pleasure working with you. Your presentation was a significant milestone for our program here at Shaw. I look forward to working with you again in the future. Please let me know if you should ever need anything.
Shaw Air Force Base
I just wanted to thank you again for offering an insightful, entertaining, and most importantly an extremely helpful presentation on dating, communication, and respect. You made so many valid and affirming points, and my sense is that your message resonated with the audience.
As I expressed to you after the talk, I believe that by you opening the door, it will enable our Airmen to more often come forward and ask for help from our Mental Health Clinic, in addition to the SAPR office.
Keep up the good work. Your sincerity and commitment to this cause are inspiring. Please feel free to let me know if you have any suggestions as to how I may be more helpful to our troops in my role as a Clinical Psychologist working in the Nellis AFB Mental Health Clinic.
Nellis AFB Mental Health Clinic
Thank you so much for coming to our base. Everyone is saying how great your were!!! Take care and we look forward to working with you again!!
Pope Air Force Base
I’m still receiving excellent feedback from your briefing and it’s been a few months. Hope all is well.
– HEATHER J. VAN MILL, 62AW/CVK, McChord Air Force Base
Again, thank you for your wonderful presentation! They had pretty good coverage on the local news.
– Staci Vileta, YA-02, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)
Dyess Air Force Base
“Your program is exceptional! The message you send is very appropriate for our cadets. It fits very well into our curriculum. As you recall, one of the groups you trained had been training all day and were exhausted. You were able to get the group to not only pay attention, but to thoroughly engage in the program. We heard several positive comments about your presentation from the students. The cadets seemed to be thoroughly entertained while receiving a valuable lesson. We wish you the best of luck and look forward to having you return in the future!
Lisa Anderson, USAFA SARC Assistant
United States Air Force Academy
Laughter filled the Base Chapel as Marines and sailors experienced a unique sexual assault prevention training April 30. Mike Domitrz, executive director of The Date Safe Project, gave a presentation called “Can I Kiss You?” twice last week Friday, as an interactive form of sexual assault prevention training for service members.
Recruiting volunteers from the audience, Domitrz, of Milwaukee, discussed various issues related to sex and dating. The author of “May I Kiss You?: A Candid Look at Dating, Communication, Respect and Sexual Assault Awareness,” Domitrz has been speaking for about 20 years. The topic of sexual assault is very personal.