Centering Survivors: An Intersectional Approach to Raising Student Voices in Violence Prevention

annieheadshot_hrAnnie E. Clark is a co-founder and executive director of the national non-profit End Rape On Campus (EROC), and a lead complainant in the Title IX and Clery complaints against the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she played rugby and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in political science. She has a certificate in business from Kenan Flagler Business School, is a Phillips Ambassador to Asia, and is a former administrator at the University of Oregon. Clark is a contributing writer to the Huffington Post, MSNBC and The Chronicle Vitae, and after directly working with New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, she helped write the federal Campus Safety and Accountability Act. In 2013, she was listed alongside President Barack Obama as one of the most influential forces in higher education, and she is featured in the critically acclaimed campus sexual assault documentary “The Hunting Ground.” Her advocacy has been featured in national and international media outlets including The New York Times, NPR, Vogue, Glamour, Cosmo, BBC, ESPN and “Good Morning America.” Clark, along with EROC cofounder Andrea Pino, is a co-author of the book, “We Believe You:  Survivors of Campus Sexual Assault Speak Out.” She tweets at @aelizabethclark.

 

AndreaAndrea Pino is a co-founder of EROC, and the Director of Policy & Support. A first generation college student, she attended The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she majored in Political Science and English, and pursued research around the policy framing of Title IX, and campus violence. Together with Annie Clark, she filed a Federal Complaint with the Department of Education against UNC before helping found EROC, and her activism has been featured on front page of the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Vogue, Glamour Magazine, CNN, Good Morning America, as well as many other national and international media outlets. She has appeared as a guest on The Melissa Harris-Perry Show, and is a contributor to the Huffington Post. In 2013, she was listed alongside President Barack Obama as one of the most influential forces in higher education, and her work and personal journey is prominently featured in the documentary The Hunting Ground. Andrea is a co-author of the book, We Believe You, a collection of 36 stories of campus sexual assault.

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