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By on July 27, 2022

Part 2 Embracing Intersectionality: 2022 National Sexual Assault Conference Prevention Track Preview

In this 2-part PreventConnect podcast sneak peek into the prevention track at the 2022 National Sexual Assault Conference® (NSAC), we teamed up with Mo Lewis at the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) to hear what’s in store for this year’s virtual conference. We also heard directly from the prevention track presenters about how their sessions build on the theme of the conference, what sustains them, and more!

Part Two features conversations with: 

Kira-Lynn Ferderber presenting Bystander Intervention 2.0: More Inclusive Ways to Teach Prevention.

Paté Mahoney representing a multidisciplinary team of presenters. Their session is titled Hot Spot Mapping logic model and tools for prevention planning.

Vanya Nanda and Wesley Jones. Their session is titled Sexual Assault Prevention in Intellectual and Developmentally Disabled (IDD) Communities.

Missed Part 1? Listen here!

The 2022 National Sexual Assault Conference® will be held virtually August 17-19. The Prevention track is sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For more information, including registration and agenda, please visit

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