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Elizabeth Brady is the Director of Sexual and Interpersonal Violence Prevention at The State University of New York, where she oversees programming and policy impacting SUNY’s nearly 1.3 million students.  She has nearly a decade of experience in violence prevention education programming development and implementation and has appeared as an expert speaker on the topic of sexual violence prevention and response on a variety of platforms including WAMC NPR’s Roundtable and The United States Department of The Navy as well as national and regional conferences.

At SUNY she been able to fuse her passion for gender equity with her professional role by spearheading initiatives such as the SUNY SPECTRUM Conference- the nation’s largest education conference devoted to preventing and responding to sexual and interpersonal violence against members of the LGBTQI+ community, the Transgender Student Impact Team, a think tank of national scholars dedicated to improving the health, safety, wellness, and prosperity of transgender and gender non-conforming/non-binary students, and the SUNY’s Got Your Back Program, a comfort kit program for victims and survivors of violence hosted on each of SUNY’s 64 campuses and in partnership with sporting leagues such as the NHL, PGA Tour, PGA Champions, and Aurora Games. 


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