Cutting edge sexual violence prevention programs,
grounded in current research, combined with nearly 40 years of experience of bystander intervention programming, sexual assault prevention education as well as working with survivors.
Our programs will engage your audiences
(both military and college students) to help change the conversation around sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking and harassment.
No Zebras is among the most cost-effective ways to educate students and professionals alike
The No Zebras program uses real-world situations presented in short vignettes. The vignettes give examples of sexual assault, stalking, partner violence and harassment in real life environments based on actual situations.
Visit our wide range of prevention programs below:
The Campus Save Act
A new law affecting colleges and universities, the Campus Save Act requires schools to educate students and staff on rape prevention, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance."
“.....we were very honored to have someone with your knowledge and experience on our campus. We look forward to having you come back soon.”
Students of Oregon State University
“Your program was excellent!”
Dr. Robert Murray
Director of Counseling
US Coast Guard Academy
“Your presentation was
great! It is reassuring that there are dedicated professionals like
yourself out there fighting the “nice guys” by educating the “good guys.”
Stuart J. Dunnings III, Ingham County Prosecutor