SHIFT is a two-day national conference to confront the crisis of violence against women and cultivate healthy masculinity.
Through expert speakers, engaging workshops, and discussions that cause us to think differently, the SHIFT conference will challenge the elements of our culture that contribute to violence against women. This conference will have community, faith, and athletic tracks for attendees to select.There will be specific sessions dedicated to Title IX, how to inform and collaborate with your community around intimate partner violence, feminism in sports, and many more. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of sexual harassment laws and legislation, as well as best practices to engage boys and men to be a part of the solution to end intimate partner violence. CLICK HERE TO VIEW AGENDA AND REGISTER. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will be offered through Tennessee Tech University.
Who Should Attend SHIFT?
Anyone in the business, civic, nonprofit, faith, amateur, high school, collegiate, and/or professional athletic arena is invited and encouraged to to explore, learn, and create change around the issues of healthy masculinity and violence against women. Not only is SHIFT taking place in one of the nation’s most popular cities, this conference will give you the tools to better understand how domestic and sexual violence impacts your community and how you can play a role in changing a culture that supports violence against women. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
Some of the most outstanding experts and speakers in their respective industries are joining the conversation at SHIFT. Our keynote speaker is Terry Crews—actor, artist, activist and Time Magazine’s 2017 Person of the Year. Athlete, artist, and entrepreneur Eddie George will also headline this event. We’ll welcome athletes, athletic directors, civic leaders, professors, journalists, activists, faith and nonprofit leaders, and survivors. VIEW SHIFT AGENDA HERE.