Presenter(s) Information 

Safety Net invites workshop session proposals for the 2018 Technology Summit. Workshops should provide tools and information to respond to technology abuse, enhance services for survivors of abuse, and hold offenders accountable. Is your organization using technology to work more effectively with survivors? Has your program or community responded in innovative ways to abusers’ misuse of technology? Have you worked creatively to use technology in ways that maximize survivor privacy and safety? We’re seeking content that will be applicable to service providers, criminal justice professionals, the legal community, and survivors.

Proposals should be survivor-centered, trauma-informed, and include culturally competent approaches. The session content should include innovative strategies and support best practices.  Any proposal promoting technology to communicate with or for survivors should be grounded in well-thought out principles around privacy and safety.

All workshops will be 60-90 minutes in length. Only relevant and complete submissions will be considered.

* 1. Who will be the primary presenter and point of contact?

* 2. Primary Presenter Biography (Maximum of 200 words)

* 3. Co-Presenter Contact Information

* 4. Co-Presenter Biography (Maximum of 200 words)

* 5. Please tell us about the training experience of the presenter(s).