Nest Student Forum: PORTLAND
Empowering Youth in the Face of Sexual Violence
Cleveland High Schools, and Youth Ending Slavery
Attorney General Ellen F. Rosenblum
Where can I get parking information and directions?
Please visit https://ecotrust.org/join-us/visit-us/ to learn more about parking options and to get directions.
Is this event open to the public?
Yes, this event is open to the public.
Is this event free?
This event is free to teachers, students, and students’ family members. We welcome all others to contribute a suggested donation of $25 through the purchase of a ticket to support Nest’s prevention training and education program.
How do my friends and family RSVP for the event?
Please spread the word about this event! Everyone can RSVP at https://nestfoundation.org/rsvp-portland
// Attorney General Ellen F. Rosenblum
// Grace Stratton, Field Representative U.S. Senator Wyden
// Tim DuRoche, Moderator, Director of Programs, World Affairs Council of Oregon
// Joel Shapiro, Attorney and Victim Advocate
// Amanda Monaco, Trafficking Intervention Coord, OR DOJ
// Sri Craven, Associate Professor, Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, PSU
// Denise Biehn, Supervisor of the FBI’s Violent Crimes Against Children Program, Portland
// Tawna Sanchez, Representative, District 43
// Students from Madison, David Douglas, and Cleveland High Schools and Youth Ending Slavery
GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY: