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This panel provided an overview of varied approaches to Bystander Intervention training and discussed the issues and challenges involved with implementing effective Bystander Intervention programs on college and university campuses

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WA St HiEd Conf. on Sexual Assault: Bystander Intervention
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This panel provided an overview of varied approaches to Bystander Intervention training and discussed the issues and challenges involved with implementing effective Bystander Intervention programs on college and university campuses.Moderator: Elva Munro-Director, Prevention and Wellness Services, WWUPanelists: Andrea Eastlick, Nikki Finnestead, Dr. Joel Pérez, Katie PlewaAndrea Eastlick is the Assistant Director of the CWU Wellness Center, and she also serves as the campus Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC). She has extensive training and experience in prevention and education regarding sexual assault, stalking, and partner violence, as well as crisis response. She supervises the Wellness Center Peer Health Educators, volunteers, interns, and the student organization Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP). Andrea holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Central Michigan University and a Master of Education with a concentration in College Student Affairs Leadership from Grand Valley State University. She was instrumental in introducing the Green Dot violence prevention program to CWU in fall of 2009 and has been the primary coordinator and facilitator ever since. Nikki Finnestead began working as the Violence Prevention Coordinator based out of Health and Wellness Services at Washington State University in 2012. She is also the Project Coordinator on the Department of Justice Grant to Reduce Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking on Campus Program. In addition to grant work, Nikki oversees the Violence Prevention Programs office and recently implemented mandatory bystander intervention programming for all 5,000 incoming students to the Pullman campus. Nikki is originally from California and is a graduate of California State University, Chico. In her free time she enjoys cooking and spending time with her partner, Rick, and fur kids, Orbit and Echo.Dr. Joel Pérez serves as the Dean of Students for Community Life at Seattle Pacific University. In this role he serves as the deputy title IX coordinator and is overseeing efforts to implement bystander intervention for new students. In his role he provides direction and leadership to the areas of residence life, student programs, and multi-ethnic programs. He also is providing leadership in the creation and implementation of the institutions behavioral intervention team. He is the Vice Chair for NASPA’s Latino Knowledge Community and is a first generation college graduate. He is originally from Los Angeles and is married has four children, when not spending time with them he enjoys following his favorite baseball team the Los Angeles Dodgers. Katie Plewa is a licensed psychologist and specializes in working with sexual trauma, domestic violence, and prevention education. She creates outreach programs to educate and inspire students to create a safer campus; one in which violence is not tolerated, but confronted. She supervises volunteer Peer Health Educators to help spread these messages across campus by coordinating events and educational programming with faculty, staff, and community members. She also works closely with university administrators to ensure that policies and procedures are survivor-centered and reflect best practice.Conference materials available at:

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