We engage individuals and organizations in local and statewide collaborations to strengthen the effectiveness of sexual violence education, prevention, and response in Utah. The Coalition of Advocates for Utah Survivors’ Empowerment (CAUSE) was founded in 1996 by a group of people with a vision of uniting Utahns to end sexual violence.
Founded in 2015, we are an intentional congregational community based on core values of justice, equity and solidarity with the oppressed. In our educational programs, celebrations and liturgy, we emphasize the Torah’s central narrative of liberation, the prophetic imperative to speak truth to power, and an expansive diasporic vision that views the entire world as our homeland.
Born and raised in San Diego, Richard graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a degree in Business Finance, and later attended the University of North Dakota to pursue a Master of Science in Applied Economics. He was elected to the Coronado City Council in 2012, and, in 2016 at the age of 30, Richard was elected the 51st Mayor of Coronado, becoming the youngest mayor in the city’s history.
IMPACT Bay Area is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that teaches effective boundary setting, personal safety, and physical self-defense skills. Our classes are tailored to meet the needs of people of different ages, genders, and identities. We envision a community where everyone has the personal safety tools to live a fuller, more confident life.
Building a stronger community through servant leadership. Leadership Huntsville/Madison County identifies proven and emerging leaders across all sectors of our community who have an interest in becoming more engaged. Leadership Huntsville/Madison County educates them in-depth about issues in major sectors of our community and how they can impact progress.
CHOICE Humanitarian is about people. With support from our donors and partners, motivated villagers define their path out of poverty. By building skills, capacities and leadership of the villagers, entire communities can break the cycle of poverty. Communities move forward by defining objectives and leveraging connections.
IGNITE is building a movement of young women who are ready and eager to become the next generation of political leaders. Women make up 51% of the United States population, but represent less than a quarter of our elected officials. It’s time to change the statistics. IGNITE's innovative programs prepare young women across the country to become the next generation of political leaders.
The National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE) is a non-profit organization that brings together individuals and agencies working to establish or improve oversight of police officers in the United States. NACOLE welcomes people and organizations committed to fair and professional law enforcement that is responsive to community needs. NACOLE, established in 1995, is incorporated under the laws of the State of Maryland.
Hahrie is a political scientist interested in the politics of social policy, especially political organizing, political activism, power-building for social change, civic associations, and environmental politics. Hahrie has also studied political polarization, congressional elections, interest groups, social movements, and other topics. She has written and published three books.
A retired Lieutenant Colonel of the U.S. Army, Representative John Szoka is once again serving his country - this time as a member of the North Carolina General Assembly serving his second term representing North Carolina House District 45. He has owned and operated several successful small businesses in Fayetteville. John and his wife Laurie have been married for over 30 years and their children, now grown, attended public elementary, middle and high schools in Cumberland County.
Truth In Reality is a non-profit social advocacy organization pioneering a movement to change the imbalanced media depictions of women of color, especially on violent reality television. Through education, research, public awareness campaigns, social media engagement, strategic partnerships, and public commentary we aim to change society's acceptance of gender-based violence in the Black community.
Riley Moore is a West Virginia native, born in Morgantown. He began his career working as a welder in a rock quarry maintaining mining equipment alongside many others from the Eastern Panhandle. While welding, he put himself through school and received his undergraduate degree in Government and International Politics from George Mason University in Virginia.
Global Sorority’s Elements of Success leadership training program teaches girls and young women how to develop the inner resources they need to succeed in any situation or circumstance – and how to apply these skills right away and throughout their lives.