Faculty

Faculty

Move to End Violence engages in training, practice, and exploration in 5 core areas to help strengthen the movement to end violence against girls and women: transformative leadership, organizational development, liberation from oppression, movement building and social change. Our faculty team is made up of an amazing group of folks with expertise in these areas, working together to build the capacity of our Movement Makers, their organizations, and the movement at large.

Core Training Team:

This group of practitioners, each with their own area of expertise, make up our core faculty, anchoring the Movement Makers’ training, practice and exploration over the course of their experience in the program.

Core Coaching Team:

These organizational development coaches work with Movement Makers and their organizations to help bring the Move to End Violence core elements and practices home.

Supporting Trainers:

These talented practitioners contribute to the Move to End Violence learning community through concentrated efforts that deepen our program offerings.

Evaluator:

Since the inception of Move to End Violence, we have partnered with an extraordinary evaluator to help chart and define our successes.

Training and Coaching Emeritus:

Move to End Violence has been honored to have the following practitioners play integral roles in shaping the Move to End Violence program, core elements and practices. These experts continue to be a beloved part of our community.

Evaluator Emeritus:

Move to End Violence has been honored to have Hanh Cao Yu play an integral role in shaping the evaluation component of the Move to End Violence program.

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