Workshop #1 – Engaging Men in the Movement to End Gender-Based Violence and Responding to them as Survivors
Tuesday, August 11th @ 10:15am
Presenter(s): Glenn A. Harris (he/him/his) and Jayvon Howard (he/him/his)
Lead Presenter Bio: Glenn A. Harris, is the Engaging Men Program Coordinator responsible for gender-based violence prevention, training, and support geared toward creating and supporting communities where all people can live free of violence within their relationships, and establishing healthier definitions of masculinity and healthier norms surrounding gender based violence. Glenn’s primary role is engaging men & boys in domestic and sexual violence prevention with Ohio Men’s Action Network (OHMAN). In this role, Glenn will co-facilitate “OHMAN presents….The New Playbook: Standing Strong to Promote Non-Violence’, and facilitate various conversations with stakeholders across Ohio.
Prior to ODVN, Glenn’s background includes working in the arenas of; Responsible Fatherhood, Ex-Offender Re-Entry, and Youth Mentoring. Additionally, Glenn still serves as a board member with the Ohio Practitioners Network for Fathers and Families (OPNFF), the S.I.M.B.A. (Safe in My Brothers Arms) mentoring program, and the Central Ohio Restored Citizen Collaborative. A graduate of Otterbein University with a Bachelors in both Business Administration and Religion, Glenn has been with ODVN since August 2019.
This publication is supported in part by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Rape Prevention Education, by Grant No. ODH Project Number: 01860214VW0820 awarded to the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence by the Department of Health. It is also supported in part by VOCA Grant No. 2020-VOCA-132920668; and by subgrant No. 2019-WF-VA7-8919 awarded by the state administering office for the STOP Formula Grant Program. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the state or the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, the Ohio Department of Health, or the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.