Campus SaVE Act Compliance: How To Strategically Plan Your Educational Campaigns
The Campus SaVE Act requires that all campuses engage students and employees in ongoing educational campaigns related to sexual assault, dating, and domestic violence, stalking and bystander intervention. Join Michelle Issadore, M.Ed., Executive Director of the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators (SCOPE) and Marianne Price, M.S., Associate Vice President for Professional Program Development of The NCHERM Group to focus on how social norms and marketing campaigns can serve as prevention strategies. Methods for the creation, implementation, and evaluation of campaigns will be explored and participants will be encouraged to consider ways to change community culture and norms through positive media messages.
This program will cover:
What are some of the existing media campaigns on sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, and stalking?
How do you tailor a prevention message to an institutional culture?
How do you reach different styles of learners through educational campaigns?
How do you ensure that media images are inclusive of diverse persons and relationships?
What are some strategies for building upon educational campaigns, in terms of related programming and materials?
Who are some target audiences for media messages?
This program will highlight best practice recommendations, as well as offer insight into how to provide curricular infusion and strategically plan for your educational campaigns.
- Review existing media campaigns on sexual assault, dating and domestic violence and stalking
- Learn how to strengthen educational campaigns with related programming and materials
- Discuss how to customize educational campaigns for their campus and needs
- 2-year & 4-year institutions
- Academic Affairs/Instruction
- Student Services/Affairs
- Campus Safety
- Title IX Officers
- Behavioral Intervention Teams
- Student Code of Conduct Officers
- Marketing & Communications
- Any educator interested in education & compliance
Marianne Price, M.S. is the Associate Vice President for Professional Program Development for The NCHERM Group, LLC. She also serves as the Director for Educational Programs for the Association for Title IX Administrators (ATIXA). As such, she works with the development of Title IX/Campus SaVE Act resources, training content and practical application tools that assist schools and colleges across the country. Marianne serves as the first line of communication to ATIXAs more than 3,000 members and assists in the development and planning of the associations training and certification courses across the country.
Prior to joining The NCHERM Group, Marianne worked at the University of Northern Colorado in the Department of Housing & Residential Education as a Residence Hall Director. She also served as a Student Conduct Officer for the university's Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities. During here time here, Marianne developed a renewed interest in the retention of first-year students, a continued commitment to social justice and diversity, and a dedication to educational-based student conduct philosophy. Marianne advised the Resident Assistant Staff Council, served on the university's Task Force for Early Alert & Retention for Students, and provided oversight to student staff selection and training for her department. She was a part of an inaugural university committee that spearheaded the development of Catalyst, a social justice retreat for students and staff, and The Power of Words, a prejudicial language programming initiative. In collaboration with student affairs colleagues, Marianne developed, Through a Different Lens: Viewing Student Development Theory as a Teaching Tool, a two-day training initiative for university staff and employees. During her time in Colorado, Marianne also worked with the Association of Intermountain Housing Officers (AIMHO) serving as the Committee Chair for AIMHO College, a developmental and networking-based conference for new professionals.
Marianne received her Masters degree in College Student Personnel Services and Administration and her B.A. in Journalism, Communications and Public Relations from the University of Central Arkansas. She has completed course work for a Ph.D. in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership from the University of Northern Colorado.
Michelle Issadore, M.Ed. is the Executive Director of the School and College Organization for Prevention Educators (SCOPE), as well as an Affiliated Consultant with The NCHERM Group. She works with schools, colleges and community organizations nationwide to assess and improve their strategic prevention efforts, as well as research and understand best practice initiatives. She has a B.A. in Psychology and Women's Studies from Brandeis University and a M.Ed. in College Student Affairs from The Pennsylvania State University.
Michelle spent five years as Assistant Director of the Women's Center at Lehigh University. She coordinated sexual violence prevention and response, including annual and ongoing trainings and programming for faculty, staff and students. Michelle advised Lehighs peer educator group and hotline, which was the 2009 recipient of NASPAs Silver Excellence Award for Violence Education and Prevention, Crisis Management and Campus Security. She also instituted an online anonymous reporting system for sexual violence, with the support of related departments. Michelle was responsible for management of the staff advocate program, which provided confidential crisis and options counseling to victims. She created a writing-intensive sexual violence course and taught in the Women's Studies program. Michelle completed 40 hours of advocate training in Pennsylvania's Northampton and Lehigh counties.
Michelle has served as co-chair of the National Women's Studies Associations Women's Centers Committee, as a member of the Clery Center for Security on Campus Advisory Board and as part of the Futures Without Violence Campus Policy Advisory Board.
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