Keynotes and Facilitation

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Leadership

Masculinity

Bystander Intervention

Identity

Community

Equality

Recent Keynotes

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University of Cincinnati

I delivered a keynote focused on Leadership for the Fraternal Values Week culminating event sponsored by the Fraternal Values Society. 


I also facilitated during a "Who's the Man?" round table during the Greek Executive Week in which we discussed what it means to be a man and how our preconceived notions can be harmful to those around us. 

University of Mt. Union

I delivered the keynote during the campus's Take Back the Night series which centered around bystander intervention and sexual assault.

University of Purdue

I delivered a masculinities keynote to the majority of Purdue's fraternity men in order to educate around the concept of what it means to be toxic and how to improve certain behaviors moving forward. 

The Mask You Live In

Presenting The Mask You Live In and Facilitating Discussion after the Film

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I've presented The Mask You Live In on both the University of Cincinnati and Bowling Green State University's campuses. I opened the film with an introduction and led a Q&A afterwards. 

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Trailer

Facilitator at the 83rd John O. Moseley Leadership School

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In August of 2018 I had the

honor of facilitating a group of twenty young men from the SAE Fraternity at their annual John O. Moseley Leadership School.

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This year's theme

pertained to toxic masculinity and the negative effects it had on our young men. These effects included isolation, hazing, sexual assault, and even death. 

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It forced these young men to

face tough issues that they hadn't thought about in real world situations before. The learned to take a different and healthier approach to these issues. 

This experience was eye opening and engaging to all who attended. Through facilitation I challenged these young men's opinions. Not only did we forge bonds, but we developed an open communication line still active today to address the ongoing issues facing fraternity men in today's society.