A coalition of departments, offices, and community members at BGSU have partnered with the national initiative The Green Dot Strategy to address sexual violence, intimate partner violence, and stalking through bystander education and intervention. The Green Dot strategy aims to shift campus culture and increase proactive preventative behavior by targeting influential members from across a community with basic education, skill practice, and reactive interventions to high-risk situations. Every choice to be proactive as a bystander is categorized as a “new behavior” and thus a “Green Dot.” Individual decisions (green dots) group together to create larger change.
Green Dot Trainers
BGSU BG Campus
- Bryan Bove (Trainer)
- Toni Gordon (Trainer)
- James S. Katzner (Trainer)
- Kori Koschalk-Newmister (Trainer)
- Kacee Ferrell Snyder (Trainer)
- Loni Stouffer (Trainer)
- Ashley Hartman (Trainer)
- Faith DeNardo (Trainer)
- Kiley Alexander-Coster (Trainer)
- Lauren Albert (Trainer)
- Phil Hughes (Trainer)
BGSU has trained...
...on creating a campus where interpersonal violence will not be
tolerated and a community where everyone is expected to do
their part to intervene in high-risk situations!
Updated: 05/09/2023 01:54PM