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Leadership Development

A critical part of ending sexual violence and harassment is investing in leaders from all areas of campus. Leaders who will challenge the status quo; who will stick up for what is right; who will model respect and consent in all their interactions; who will be active bystanders and encourage others to do the same. A leader does not need to be a manager, president, or dean — leadership is not about titles. It’s about having the courage to do the right thing, and the skills and knowledge to do it effectively. The courage comes from you; for the rest, we are here to help.

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