About “Surviving & Thriving After Sexual Assault”

“After hearing Becky’s personal story and the effect it had on the trajectory of her life, I can say that being witness to her presentation will be an experience that will stay with me for the rest of my life. I feel very grateful to have been exposed to such an honest and helpful presentation about a subject that is often unspoken.”

Alec Rich, Student, Santa Rosa Junior College

“Becky did a wonderful job of intertwining the sharing of her experience with the current culture surrounding sexual assault. It was refreshing to hear Becky add in conversation surrounding preventative measures and statistics while drawing similarities from her own experiences, and also drawing similarities from current cultural relevance such as Dr. Ford’s testimony. Becky’s knows how to engage with an audience and keep their attention throughout. Sometimes I cringe when I hear a speaker mis-quote statistics or preventative methods, but Becky was on top of it – she really knows her stuff! Thanks for sharing your experience with us all!”

Tiffany Street, Title IX Office, University of Rochester

About “Speaking Powerfully and Effectively About Mental Health”

Words used to describe speech at Kindred’s “Mind Matters” conference… “Perfect. Phenomenal. Brilliant. Gentle, but firm. Actionable.”