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NSVRC Blogs by Chad Sniffen


Chad Sniffen has been with the National Sexual Violence Resource Center since 2015, where he is currently the Outreach Manager. He has worked or volunteered in the movements against sexual and domestic violence as a prevention educator, victim advocate, researcher, women’s self-defense instructor, and board member since 1999. Prior to NSVRC, he worked at the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault for eight years focusing on technical assistance to rape prevention education programs and building the PreventConnect online community of practice. He has also worked for community rape crisis and domestic violence programs in California and Arizona, as well as campus prevention programs at the University of Arizona and the University of California, Davis. He earned a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Arizona in 2007.

By Fiona Burke, Communications Intern for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

By Maria Jirau-Torres, MA, Language Access Coordinator for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

A guest post from Alissa Mailen Perrotto, President & Chief Executive Officer of the Sexual Assault Resource & Counseling Center of Lebanon and Shuylkil Counties, and former Contract Liaison for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.

Do you have a visionary project to end sexual violence? You could be one of up to 20 grantees Raliance will award during its third round of grant funding! Intent to Submit forms are due July 20, 2017. Apply now!

Webinar series announcement

 

What Do We Know About Sexual Victimization and Ways to Support Survivors?

An Overview for Supervision Officers

Tuesday, April 4, 2017, 2:00-3:30 pm ET

Presented by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

 

by Maria Jirau-Torres, MA, Language Access Coordinator for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center

Raliance has a bold mission to end sexual violence in one generation. This mission asks each of us to commit to changing the conversation about sexual violence, build safer environments, and advance a culture that values equality and respect.

Celia’s story is vividly captured in Celia, a slave, by Melton A. McLaurin.

By Ali Mailen Perrotto, Contract Liaison for the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape

By Venus Malave, IT Support Specialist for Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and the Nation Sexual Violence Resource Center