LEADERSHIP

The following are a selection of organizations, platforms, initiatives and other inaugural work by Katie Koestner.

2000-2010

  1. Peer Review, Bohmer, Carol and Parrot, Andrea. New York: MacMillan.  Sexual Assault on Campus: The Problem and the Solution.
  2. Program Director, NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguar’s Foundation: Student Outreach, Education and Prevention in 32 public schools; Jacksonville, FL; 2001-2004.
  3. Organizer and Director, The First Annual Conference on Student Safety and Well-being in Our Schools, Haverford School District; Havertown, PA; March 27, 2003.
  4. Organizer, The Sexual Misconduct Symposium for New England Independent Schools, The Loomis Chaffee School; Windsor, CT; 2003.
  5. Organizer and Director, The Second Annual Conference on Student Safety and Well-being in Our Schools, Haverford School District; Havertown, PA; December 4, 2003.
  6. Founder, The Katie Koestner Initiative for a World Without Rape (TKKI National Foundation), 2004.
  7. Founder, the i Club, a national peer leadership program, 2004.
  8. Outreach Director, Washington State Okanogan County Schools, Students at Risk Grant and Education Campaign; Okanogan, WA; March 24-26, 2004.
  9. Director, “Sexual Misconduct Response Training Webinar Series for Residence Life, Judicial Affairs and Campus Police Officers,” 2005-2006.
  10. Director, “Policy, Procedures, Protocol and Prevention Webinar Series: Sexual Misconduct and Cyber-Technology for School Administrators,” 2006.
  11. Director, The June Policy Webinar Series on “Sexual Misconduct Policies for Independent Schools,” 2006.
  12. Director, Sexual Assault and Sexual Violence Education, Prevention and Response National Web Conference, 2006.
  13. Director, “The Sexual Misconduct Response Training Series for Residence Life, Judicial Affairs and Campus Police Officers,” 2006-2007.
  14. Director, The June Policy Webinar Series on “Cyber-Technology Policies for Independent Schools,” 2007.
  15. Director, “The Sexual Assault Response Training Series,” a national webinar broadcast for 300 colleges and universities, 2007.
  16. Director, “Sexual Misconduct Response Training Series for Residence Life, Judicial Affairs and Campus Police Officers,” a national webinar series for colleges and universities, 2007-2008.
  17. Director, “Parent-Connect Webinar Series,” 2007-2008.
  18. Director, “Acceptable Use Policies Best Practices for Independent Schools Seminar Series,” 2007.
  19. Director, “Acceptable Use Policies Best Practices for Independent Schools Seminar Series,” 2008.
  20. Founder, Mom-nology and Kid-nology online learning courses, 2008.
  21. Developer, The Virtual Sexual Assault Response Training Center, 2008.
  22. Director, “Parent-Connect Webinar Series,” 2008-2009.
  23. Co- Director, Risk Management Conference for Boarding Schools; with The Association of Boarding Schools. Wilmington, DE. June, 2009.
  24. Creative Director, “Parent-Connect Webinar Series,” 2009-2010.
  25. Founder and Director. “10 Points of Light:  a National Campaign to End Sexual Violence.”  Annual Event on the last Thursday of April.  Inception in April 2010.
  26. Co-Director, Risk Management Conference for Boarding Schools; with The Association of Boarding Schools. Wilmington, DE; 2010.
  27. Director, “Acceptable Use Policies Best Practices for Independent Schools Seminar Series,” 2010.

2010-2019

  1. Director, “Cyber-Related Sexual Misconduct Response Training Webinar Series for Schools and Colleges,” 2010-2011.
  2. Co-Director, Risk Management Conference for Boarding Schools; with The Association of Boarding Schools. Wilmington, DE. June, 2011.
  3. Director, “Acceptable Use Policies Best Practices for Independent Schools Seminar Series,” 2011.
  4. Creative Director, “Parent-Connect Webinar Series,” 2010-2011.
  5. Creative Director, “Parent-Connect, Peer-Connect, and Faculty-Connect Webinar Series,” 2011-2012.
  6. Director, “School Risk Management Webinar Training Series. 2011-2012.
  7. Co-Organizer, “Schools in Balance: Risk Management Conference for Boarding Schools, with The Association of Boarding Schools. Wilmington, DE. June, 2011.
  8. Creator, Lead Editor, Web Development Director. “Think2Wellness:  A Model Character and Wellness Curriculum Design and Resource Program.” Web-based. Inception, 2011.
  9. Director, “School Risk Management Webinar Training Series. 2012-2013.
  10. Lead Presenter, “Take Back The Night for US Consulate in Mumbai, India.” March 1, 2013.
  11. Co-Organizer, “Schools in Balance” Risk Management Conference for Independent Schools, with The Association of Boarding Schools and the National Business Officers’ Association, Baltimore, MD. April, 2013.
  12. Co-Organizer, “Policy and Law Conference for Independent Schools” with The Association of Boarding Schools, Stamford, CT. June, 2014.
  13. Co-Organizer, “Hoopsville Classic Charity Event,” Stevenson University. Owings Mills, MD.  On Behalf of The Take Back The Night Foundation.  November 21, 22, and 23, 2014.
  14. Director and Producer, “Sexual Misconduct Response and Prevention Best Practices for Independent Schools,” with the Virtual Independent School Network and the North Carolina Association of Independent Schools. Web-Training Series.  January through April 2015.
  15. Director and Producer, “From Hope to Healing” for US Department of Health & Human Services and the Take Back the Night Foundation. Web-Training Series.  April 2015.
  16. Director, “Independent School Cyber and Sexual Misconduct Policy Institute.” Tower Hill School. Wilmington, DE. April 20, 2015.
  17. Coordinator, “Still Not Asking for It: Tattoo Awareness Event in NYC.” The Bronx.  Sunday, October 25, 2015.
  18. Director for “Shatter the Silence” Music Album. July 2016.
  19. Executive Director, “The International Summit to End Sexual Violence.” Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus. July 10-11, 2016.
  20. Executive Director, “Respect My Red: Peer Leadership Institute.” Elmira College.  August 8-9, 2016.
  21. Executive Director, with The Association of Boarding Schools. “The Cyber and Sexual Misconduct School Policy Institute.” Elmira College.  August 8-9, 2016.
  22. Director, “Respect My Red: Peer Leadership Institute.” Kutztown University.  April 17, 2017.
  23. Director, “The Policy Institute on Cyber and Sexual Misconduct.” Kutztown University. April 17, 2017.
  24. Director, “Shine Your Light Yoga National Event,” September 29, 2018.
  25. Director with Association of Colorado Independent Schools (ACIS), “Boundary-Setting for School Professionals.” St. Mary’s Academy. December 7, 2019.
  26. Director, “Shine Your Light Yoga National Event,” October 6, 2019.

INTERNATIONAL

  1. US Ambassador to India. “What can we learn from the United State about how to Address Sexual Violence?” Assistance with 19-day ground tour in India.  Summer 2010.
  2. Keynote Presenter and Instructor. United Nations Outreach to China.  “Addressing Sexual Violence:    What Can be Learned from Efforts the United States?” United Nations, New York City.  Tuesday, October 27, 2015.
  3. Safety for Women Event, Pakistan. UNICEF, 2016.
  4. 10 Points of International Light. Global Outreach to End Sexual Violence by Take Back The Night. October 27, 2016
  5. International Summit to End Sexual Violence. Executive Director. Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus.  New York, NY.  July 10-11, 2016.

NATIONAL

  1. Contributing architect and lobbyist, Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill of Rights, 1992
  2. Contributor and lobbyist, Student Right to Know and Security Act, 1992
  3. Conference Director, Shatter the Silence to Stop the Violence Conference, Take Back The Night Foundation and Avon Foundation for Women, 2009
  4. Lead Consultant, U.S. Campaign about Violence Against Women, Tour of India with U.S. Ambassador to India, 2010
  5. Event Director for 10 Points of Light to Take Back The Night. 2010-ongoing annual event.
  6. Director and Producer. “Jump Start Java Webinar Lecture and Discussion Series.” Forum of Executive Women, Philadelphia Chapter, 2013.
  7. Event Director for Featured Charity, Hoopsville Classic Basketball Tournament, Stevenson University, 2014.
  8. Director, 10 Points of Light National Event, 2014-Present.

STATE

  1. Virginians Allied Against Sexual Violence, Certification Program, 1991
  2. Avalon: The Center for Women and Children, Volunteer Rape Crisis Counselor; Williamsburg, VA; 1990-1994
  3. Rally for Red Dance Performance Benefit. Megan Curet Performance. February 12, 2016.

CORNELL UNIVERSITY

  1. Delegate, Sexual Assault Response Task Force, Cornell University, 1991-1992
  2. Founder, Students Helping Others to Understand Trauma (SHOUT), 1991

LOCAL

  1. School Leadership Committee, Wayne Elementary School, 2017-2018
  2. Landscape Committee Chair, Brooke Farm Homeowners Association, 2017-2019

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