FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Members of the U.S. Military Travel Across the Country to Attend the 32nd Annual Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Conference
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: March 10, 2014
Contact: Rose Luna – Communications Program Director – TAASA – 512-659-8065
Annette Burrhus-Clay – Executive Director – TAASA – 512-785-8645
Members of the U.S. Military Travel Across the Country to Attend the 32nd Annual Texas Association Against Sexual Assault Conference
Irving, TX – Members of the United States military join sexual assault advocates and first responders for the 32nd Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) Annual Conference, Monday, March 10 – 14, 2014 at the Sheraton Grand DFW Airport hotel, in Irving, TX. “TAASA’s conference provides an excellent learning and networking opportunity to connect with diverse community resources to better serve survivors of sexual assault,” said Major Sarolyn Morgan, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator with the United States Army.
Click on the following link to view the entire press release: Day 1 Military release
Successful SAAPM Webinar!
Statewide Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month Kick-off Event – Webinar Link
TAASA’s 2014 Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month (SAAPM) toolkit has been well received by local, state, and national partners. This morning, TAASA’s Prevention and Communications programs held a successful webinar in order to assist local agencies by providing tools for marketing and implementing this event. Graphics for this event will be mailed out by March 21st. Until then, we encourage you to gather your marketing materials for the event!
Listen to the webinar
Statewide event: SAAPM’s “Conversation on Consent”
When: April 1st, 2014
You can directly email Rose Luna, Director of Communications or Emiliano Diaz deLeon, Men’s Engagement Specialist for more information or questions.
TAASA’s Statewide Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month Kick off Event Planning Webinar
Conversation on Consent!
Statewide Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month Kick-off Event – Planning Webinar
TAASA’s 2014 Sexual Assault Awareness & Prevention Month (SAAPM) toolkit has been well received by local, state, and national partners. “First Class Male: Cultivating Change through Male Involvement” is available for download here.
The statewide event titled “Conversation on Consent” will kick off this year’s SAAPM efforts in Texas on April 1st, 2014. TAASA’s Prevention and Communications programs will work together to provide tools for marketing and implementing this event.
A planning webinar to assist local agencies with those efforts is scheduled for Friday, March 7th. Please join us and register for the webinar below!
Date: Friday, March 7, 2014
Time: 10:00 am
Presenters: Emiliano Diaz deLeon, Men’s Engagement Specialist & Rose Luna, Communications Program Director – TAASA
To register click here.
If you have any further questions, please contact Emiliano Diaz de Leon at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rose Luna at email@example.com.
Executive Directors From Across Texas Gather In Austin For a Joint Conference
Rose Luna – Communications Program Director – TAASA – 512-659-8065, firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Hale – 512.289.2995, email@example.com
EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS FROM SEXUAL ASSAULT AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAMS FROM AROUND THE STATE GATHER IN AUSTIN FOR JOINT CONFERENCE
Austin, Texas –Executive Directors from domestic violence programs and rape crisis centers in Texas gather to discuss emerging issues in serving survivors and addressing the challenges faced in leading vibrant non-profit organizations. This year’s Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa on Tuesday, February 18 and 19, 2014.
“This conference gives the leadership of sexual assault and domestic violence agencies across the state an opportunity to enhance their skill sets on myriad issues impacting non-profits. It’s more important today than ever to foster strong, efficient, and well-managed organizations that both serve victims and positively impact their respective communities,” says Annette Burrhus-Clay, Executive Director of TAASA.
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