The Guam Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Family Violence presents...

2020 kNOw More Webinar Series:
Addressing Safety & Technology in Virtual Spaces

WHERE: via ZOOM
WHEN

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM ChST
*The Evolution of Technology Safety Continues
*Survivors Speaking Out & Speaking Up: Safety & Privacy

Thursday, October 22, 2020
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM ChST
*Fundamentals & Framework:
Understanding Confidentiality and Our Obligations
*Contract Tracing: What to Know Around Survivor Privacy

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM ChST
*Digital Services During COVID
*Zoombombing, Doxing, and the Intersection to
Intimate Partner Violence


Thursday, October 29, 2020
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM ChST
*What Do You Meme: Teens and Tech
*Ask the Experts: Q&A Session & Closing
Key Presenters:

Featuring presenters from the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) – Safety Net Team, this 4-day technology safety primer sessions will give advocates a foundation as they work with survivors around technology-facilitated abuse. These sessions will be topic-specific giving participants the ability to identify and build knowledge and skills in different focus points at the intersection of technology and intimate partner violence.

Rachel Gibson

Rachel Gibson is a Senior Technology Safety Specialist on the Safety Net Team. Rachel works to increase the safety and privacy of survivors and victims of crime. She provides training, resources, and technical assistance to build the capacity of victim service providers, private industries, and communities at large to provide advocacy to survivors in this digital society. She formerly worked at the National Resource Center on Reaching Victims through the Vera Institute of Justice, and at the former Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence as the Technology Safety Program Specialist. She holds a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida.

Toby Shulruff

Toby Shulruff works at the intersection of technology and gender-based violence to analyze the impacts of technologies such as the Internet of Things, communication tools, and data security, and to develop strategies to increase survivor safety and privacy. She has a passion for bringing together people from a variety of backgrounds to find solutions to highly complex problems. Toby has worked to strengthen organizations, advance systems coordination, improve services for survivors, and prevent violence since 1997. She supported local sexual assault programs and state coalitions in her work with the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs and the National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project. She worked to improve services for victims of all crimes when she served as Policy Coordinator for the Washington State Office of Crime Victims Advocacy, and as a consultant on the Wraparound Victim Legal Assistance Networks project with the National Crime Victim Law Institute. This is Toby's second training for Guam.

Corbin Streett

Corbin Streett works at the intersection of privacy, technology, and intimate partner violence as a Technology Safety Specialist at the NNEDV. Corbin provides training and technical assistance on survivor privacy, confidentiality best practices, and technology safety to victim advocates, state coalitions, law enforcement, court officials, legal service providers, and other stakeholders. Passionate about fostering a culture of respect for survivor privacy, and appreciation for the ways technology can help survivors stay safe and connected, Corbin works to ensure advocates and their community partners have the tools they need to help survivors navigate a tech-saturated world.
Virtual seating is limited.
We are currently coordinating with the University of Guam to offer CEUs.
This webinar is funded in part by the Grant #2017-MU-AX-0004, awarded by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women; and Grant #G-2001GUSDVC awarded by the Family Violence Prevention and Services Act, Administration for Children and Families, US Department of Health and Human Services. The opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this event do not necessarily reflect the views of these funding agencies.

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