To meet the many challenges facing higher education today, we must bring safety, well-being, and inclusion out of the margins and into the center of the mission and the business of higher education. Students are demanding active engagement and visible commitment from campus leaders on these high-stakes issues.
Download this whitepaper to hear from EVERFI experts who share their best practices and tips for creating an safe environment for learning, including how to:
- Put structures in place to support your students mental well-being
- Create an inclusive environment with shared values of community, respect and the value of diversity
- Ensure sexual assault prevention gains when implementing Title IX changes
- Promote holistic wellness by reducing high-risk drinking
Rob Buelow | Senior Vice President of the Campus Prevention Network & Impact
Rob oversees prevention research, designs and delivers consultative training, and supports the development of EVERFI's leading online training programs. He has received national recognition for his work as a prevention education.
Erin McClintock | Senior Director of Impact & Education
Erin is EVERFI's resident mental health subject matter expert. She critically explores the way in which technology can play a part in supporting emotional well-being of learners and how to best utilize technology to make a lasting impact.
Jesse Bridges | Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Jesse Bridges serves as EVERFI’s subject matter expert on DEI. She also sits on the executive team to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion within our organization and ensure we serve as a model and incubator for best practices.
Holly Rider-Milkovich | Vice President of Impact & Education
Holly is EVERFI's expert in sexual assault prevention. She helps shape the Campus Prevention Network to elevate institutions that have demonstrated a commitment to prevention related programming to increase the health and safety of students.
Kimberly Timpf | Senior Director of Impact & Education
Kimberley has more than 25 years of experience in designing and developing programs that apply alcohol prevention theory for higher education institutions. She serves as EVERFI's expert in alcohol and other drug prevention.