Dr. Charlene Y. Senn
Charlene Y. Senn has worked on issues related to violence against women and women’s health for many years. She is currently a Professor of Psychology and Women’s & Gender Studies and a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Canada Research Chair in Sexual Violence at the University of Windsor. She developed and rigorously evaluated the Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, Act sexual assault resistance program (EAAA; Flip the Script with EAAA™). She is focused now on research collaborations to create effective adaptations of the program. Charlene created the non-profit SARE Centre to support best practice implementation of the program by others.
Stephanie Gee is an applied researcher specializing in program planning and evaluation. Driven by a deep commitment to social justice, her work has addressed social inequality and health inequity. Employing participatory methodologies and processes, Stephanie has worked with diverse communities and organizations to develop, implement, evaluate, and improve programs and services to support meaningful and positive change.
Julie S. Lalonde
Julie S. Lalonde is an internationally recognized women’s rights advocate and public educator. She holds a BA and MA in Canadian Studies and Women’s Studies from Carleton University with a focus on the lives of economically disadvantaged elderly women. Since the early 2000s, Julie has been working to improve the lives of women and girls in Canada with a focus on engaging bystanders to create communities of support.
Shannon Dumont has worked in administration and event planning for over 30 years. She is a local advocate and activist for women’s rights and women’s organizations in Windsor ON.