WE LEAD, a program of End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, aims to build new leadership within the movement to end domestic & sexual violence by providing hands-­on leadership development opportunities for survivors of violence and/or people from Wisconsin’s underserved or under­represented communities...
We define underrepresented/underserved groups as individuals who identify as LGBTQ, people of color, indigenous peoples, people with disabilities, having limited English proficiency, deaf & hard-of-hearing, refugee/immigrant, as well as the intersections of these identities.

WE LEAD participants will:
  • Learn about key leadership concepts, theories & practices of the prevention & intervention of gender-based violence, including its root causes of oppression, power & privilege;
  • Build & enhance their skill & capacity as leaders & agents of change;
  • Become a part of a group of socially conscious advocates & ally leaders committed to ending gender-based violence through new & innovative ways;
  • Network with fellow advocates throughout the state
The WE LEAD application deadline is 11:59pm on March 13, 2020. Please submit your completed application by then.

Any questions about this application or the application process please contact Danny Ho, Leadership Advocacy Program Director, at