Sarah Beaulieu is an expert at engaging men in conversations about sexual harassment and violence and founder of The Uncomfortable Conversation, a nonprofit organization that produces short-form videos to normalize conversations about consent, healthy relationships, advocacy and supporting survivors of sexual violence.
In this episode, we talked about:
- The graphic mentioned in the interview: The Truth About False Accusation
- NY Times article link mentioned in the interview here
- Sarah’s perspective on the #MeToo movement
- Teaching kids about consent in a playground context and respecting kids’ personal space
- The fluency around how to navigate your own body and relationship to someone else’s body
- The importance of PRACTICING uncomfortable conversations & Nancy’s uncomfortable conversation earlier in the week.
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More about Sarah
Sarah Beaulieu is an expert at engaging men in conversations about sexual harassment and violence and founder of The Uncomfortable Conversation, a nonprofit that produces short-form videos that normalize conversations about consent, healthy relationships, advocacy and supporting survivors of sexual violence.
Her 2016 TEDxBeaconStreet talk summarized five years of intensive research and over 100 interviews with men on sexual violence and harassment. Her opinion pieces have been published by Boston Business Journal, Providence Journal, Chronicle of Philanthropy. She has appeared on Fox News Providence, WHYY, Huffington Post Live, and Voice America. The Uncomfortable Conversation has been featured in the Philadelphia Metro, WHYY, NY Observer, AskMen and FoxNews, and at events like the Independent Television Festival, Civic Series, Calling All Crows 10th Anniversary Event, and an interactive screening event at HBO.
Sarah frequently speaks with diverse audiences, including fraternity members, working professionals and students. Recent appearances include: Columbia University, Independent Television Festival, MIT, University of Massachusetts – Amherst, the Communications Network, SheGeeks Out, and Impact Hub NY.
Sarah’s work reflects lessons she learned through an early foray into public conversations about sexual violence. Her graphic, The Truth About False Accusation, generated international discussion and debate after being featured (and critiqued) on The Guardian UK, Washington Post and Slate.
Previously, Sarah held leadership roles in fundraising and communications at Brown University, Boston College, Be the Change and the GreenLight Fund. She is also a trained rape crisis counselor and served for five years on the board of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. She has a B.A. from Brown University and an MBA from Boston College.
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