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Top Sexual Violence Prevention Organizations Launch Initiative to End Sexual Violence in One Generation
Three leading sexual violence prevention organizations announced today the creation of “Raliance,” a collaborative initiative dedicated to ending sexual violence in one generation. The National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA)-PreventConnect, and the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) have joined together to compose the new entity. This significant moment in the prevention movement is being made possible through a multiyear, $10 million commitment from the National Football League (NFL) – the first-ever major corporate funding of sexual violence prevention initiatives.
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Monika Johnson Hostler, President
Topics: Military; Colleges and University; Youth; Prevention; Federal Policy; Media
In addition to serving as President of the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, Monika Johnson Hostler is the Executive Director of the NC Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She has been with NCCASA since 1999. Prior to becoming executive director Monika held other positions as NCCASA as well as the Scotland County Rape Crisis Center. Monika has been working to end sexual and domestic violence for the past 15 years, both on the local and national level. Most recently Monika has presented and written on working with the media, Sexual Violence in the African American community, sexual violence in the military, leadership development, and middle management to name a few. Monika is the current board president of the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, advocating for federal policy and legislative change. She serves on various boards and committees including the NC Domestic Violence Commission and the NC Criminal Justice Partnership. Mostly recently Monika was appointed by US Attorney General Eric Holder to the National Advisory Committee on Violence Against Women.