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Becca Tieder    

Peace seeker w/ a propensity for profanity. Mama, Wife, loves dogs, naps & donuts. Shmaltzy. Vegan. Founder/Creator @OneStudentOrg & @Sexversations #CEOThisLife

The 411:Kelly (@kellyaddington) and Becca (@beccatalks) are experts on sexual assault awareness and prevention and sexual empowerment and have been internationally recognized for their achievements in sexual assault education and prevention. Together, these two best friends have turned a small grass roots organization into a global non-profit. In 2006 they founded Unite for Change, a national campaign to promote sexual assault education and prevention, and in 2009 they launched the popular educational tool Sexversations [sex-ver-sations]. In 2010 Kelly and Becca founded the non-profit organization One Student, because of their core belief that one sexual assault is too many and one student can make a difference. They have been featured on Dateline NBC, CNN, The Fox Morning Show, ABC, CBS and NPR. Kelly and Becca are the subjects of the documentary film, “You Are The One” and in the spring of 2014 they attended several meetings with senior officials at the White House regarding the Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. Over 400 campus visits and nearly a 1,000.000 students later they both believe that lasting social change starts with one conversation, one student at a time. Will you be the one? ‪#‎iamonestudent‬

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Let's Talk About "IT"

This one of kind, award winning lecture includes candor, education, emotion and humor. Through sharing their personal story of surviving sexual assault, Kelly and Becca are able to connect with audiences in a way that leaves participants thinking differently about sexual assault, bystander behavior and the opportunity we all have to leave our communities better than we found them.

Sexversations™

This customizable keynote or training educates on the full spectrum of human sexuality. It illustrates the importance of understanding what a healthy relationship looks like in order to help reduce sexual violence. Topics addressed include consent, communication, language, virginity, STI’s, creating an inclusive community, sexual assault, bystander intervention, orgasms and more. This mildly or wildly interactive session whether presented as a keynote or in depth training is original and effective.

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