ProtectHer: Revolutionizing Education Around Sexual Assault Prevention
From award-winning filmmakers, tenured researchers, and tech entrepreneurs, the four-part ProtectHer program is made up of an ESPN-style documentary film and three shorter film pieces, all delivered with companion curriculum and the moderator guide, inspiring young men to better respect the girls and women in their lives.(613) 863-1870
ProtectHer believes that in order to safeguard the dorm rooms, we first need to activate the power and influence of the locker rooms. There is no better way to do that than by positive storytelling highlighting the incredible guys doing it RIGHT.
Bringing in Alexis to share her ProtectHer program with our football team about the importance of respecting girls was one of the best decisions we've ever made for our players. Educating young men to be more respectful towards women isn't an option and Alexis is leading that charge.
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It's hard to find a speaker that resonates with the majority of our student â athletes, especially on a difficult topic such as sexual assault. Alexis did an awesome job with her clear, direct, and passionate message about what it means to do the right thing, and to be a "real man." From the very start, our guys were dialed-in to her message. Her energy, personality, and humor, combined with her incredible background growing up with four older brothers helps her deliver messages that are relatable to boys. Her approach is refreshing and should be heard by young men everywhere.
Alexis and the ProtectHer program speaks directly and effectively to young men, especially on the topic of respecting women, in an incredibly unique way and right now, the sports world needs this program because through it, Alexis inspires men to act as the solution, not the problem.
Iâve never seen someone communicate to young men, especially on the topic of respecting women, the way Alexis does. Three years in a row, I've watched her blow the minds of our Elite 11 boys, and you can't help but think, she is single handedly going to usher our country into an entirely new definition of manhood. The truth is, the sports world has never needed ProtectHer so badly. She inspires men everywhere to move from being the problem to becoming the cure.
Alexis is one of the bravest and most passionate and caring people I have ever met. By speaking directly to young men—especially those of influence—ProtectHer figures to be one of the most impactful deterrents to assault against women we have ever seen.
All men's programs and their locker rooms need to hear messages like Alexis' ProtectHer program. It helps teach these young men how to always do the right thing and be leaders on and off the playing field. If I were still coaching today, I would definitely have Alexis work with our guys.
Alexis and her ProtectHer program is the only person a team should even consider bringing in on the topic of sexual assault; anyone else is a waste of a team's time and budget. She's inspiring guys to think differently and every school, every locker room needs her.
Having Alexis come give her ProtectHer talk to our team was one of the best decisions we have made in the development of our young men into men of high character and integrity. She had our entire team engaged and they still talk about her message. Her powerful approach to sexual assault prevention made every one of our guys think about their role on our campus.
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âAlexis is the most genuine and impactful person to ever speak to this group of young men. I would do anything to help her get her ProtectHer program into more locker rooms, because her message on the importance of respecting women has never been so necessary.â
UCLA Head Football Coach
"Men are not just the problem, they are also the cure."
While there is endless media attention about the problem, often crucifying universities and locker rooms for sexism and sexual assault, few voices are shining a light on remedies. ProtectHer hopes to be just that.Join Now