Diversity and Inclusivity

A list of titles, brief descriptions and past presenters are provided below. Click here to learn more about our faculty.

Bullying and Harassment

Presenters taught parents how to prevent their children from becoming bullies and how to help children who have been victims of harassment. They concluded with identifying gender-driven abuse, recognizing the signs of victimization, developing strategies to end bullying. 

Susan Marine
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator at Havard University
Katie Koestner
COS Founder and National Speaker
Jeff Wolfsberg
The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program
Mike Bogdanski
Public Speaker
Lawerence Cohen
Psychologist and Consultant
Barbara Coloroso
Speaker and Author

Bullying and Harassment

Presenters educated students about bullying and harassment in high school. They gave strategies that peer leaders and educators can use to address bullying and harassment. Lastly, the presenters reviewed specific ways that genders tend to target each other.

Mike Bogdanski
Public Speaker
Dr. Elizabeth Englander
Founder and Director of the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center
Ryan Schwartz
The Respect for All Project Organizer

Mean Girls and Bullying Boys

Jennifer Bryan offered practical advice and insight into what drives bullies to be mean-spirited. She also offered meaningful tactics to thwart the bullies best efforts.

Jennifer Bryan
Psychologist, Educational Consultant and Author

Responding to and Preventing Bullies

Ashley Perkinson offered comprehensive and effective training skills for faculty, staff, and administrators to understand key bullying definitions. She also detailed reporting requirements with the most current legal parameters and research surrounding each essential issue for teaching professionals.

Ashley Perkinson
Education Attorney

The Contemporary Face of Hazing

Presenters discussed hazing as a right of passage, the difference between acceptable bonding activities and hazing practices, and how teens can intervene to stop hazing. These experts worked with teens and college students to define and prevent the emotional and physical harms of hazing. 

Dr. Elizabeth Allan
Professor at University of Maine
Hank Nuwer
Professor at Franklin College
Mary Wilfert
Associate Director of Health and Safety, National Collegiate Athletic Association

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