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Staff/Faculty - Violence Prevention at Fairfield University

About This Webinar

This webinar was designed in collaboration between The Center for Family Justice and Fairfield University for Fairfield University staff and faculty to increase understanding of the best practices in preventing sexual violence, domestic violence, and stalking on campus.

All are welcome to view this recording! If you are from Fairfield University, please keep in mind you should register with your full name and email address if you are mandated or would like to show proof that you completed this training. Additionally, this system tracks engagement and time spent viewing during the viewing.

If you are Fairfield University staff and faculty and have questions, please reach out to Pam Paulmann at ppaulmann1@fairfield.edu.

For all other viewers unaffiliated with Fairfield University, please reach out to Katelyn Owens at kowens@centerforfamilyjustice.org.

This project is supported by grant no. 2018-WA-AX-0023-CT-WA by the Office on Violence Against Women, US Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations, expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Prevention Specialist at The Center for Family Justice
Katelyn is CFJ's Prevention Specialist and works in the Community Education and Prevention Department. Both her academic background and professional experience have been focused on the impact of violence on marginalized communities, especially the LGBTQ community, and she has experience in curriculum and policy development, training, and technical assistance as well as direct service.

Katelyn is passionate in her belief that we each hold important influence and roles within our communities, which can all contribute to eradicating violence or maintaining its presence in our lives. With intention, accountability, and compassion, we can repair and imagine and build joyful and safe communities.

She was born and raised in Texas, and currently lives with her partner and two cats in Bridgeport.
Webinar hosting presenter
Campus OVW Grant Coordinator at Fairfield University
Pam Paulmann, M.P.H. is the Coordinator of the Campus Grant provided by the Office on Violence Against Women in the U.S. Department of Justice. Pam has worked on multiple public health grants with the Dept. Of Counseling & Psychological Services at Fairfield University over the last decade.
Webinar hosting presenter
Director, Title IX & Equity Compliance at Fairfield University
Megan D. Monahan, J.D. is the Director of Title IX and Equity Compliance at Fairfield University. Megan is the designated Title IX Coordinator for the University and oversees the institutional response to sexual misconduct.
Webinar hosting presenter
Assistant Professor, Counselor Education Graduate School of Education & Allied Professions at Fairfield University
Jocelyn Novella, Ph.D. is an assistant professor of counselor education in the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions at Fairfield University. She is an active member of the CCRT on campus. She previously worked for 24 years in college counseling and was a co-chair of the Connecticut College Consortium to End Sexual Violence (CCESV) from 2012-2015.
Hosted By
The Center for Family Justice webinar platform hosts Staff/Faculty - Violence Prevention at Fairfield University
The Center for Family Justice (CFJ) provides free and confidential trauma-informed services and coordinates care for all victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence, human trafficking, and child abuse in six towns in Fairfield County, Connecticut: Bridgeport, Easton, Fairfield, Monroe, Stratford, and Trumbull.

CFJ provides expert prevention education and training in our communities to create social change. Our goal is to break the cycle of violence by building healthy relationships, empowering communities, and mobilizing bystanders to speak out about abuse and violence.
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