Dating violence presentation


18-Jul-2020 15:06

She is also a yoga instructor who enjoys dancing and playing music on the piano and cello.

Nicole is involved in her community as an advocate, entrepreneur for small businesses and start-ups and community/program development.

In her free time, you'll find Diane cheering on both the Ohio State Buckeyes and Arizona State Sun Devils, hiking, spending time with friends and family and hanging with her two fabulous fur balls. D’Andrea Chapman has a record of success in leading adults and students, as well as a relentless drive to support and provide instruction to young adult learners.

She brings more than ten years of experience serving students and adults at the elementary, secondary and post-secondary level.

She started her journey at Life Skills High School of Arizona last year and looks forward to changing many more lives in the State of Arizona as she helps prepare students for exciting options after high school and beyond.

Kaity’s Way made a lasting impression on Tracy Lenartz when founder Bobbi Sudberry presented to a class she was teaching at South Mountain Community College several years ago. Tracy earned a Masters of Public Health degree with a focus on Community Health Education from the University of Minnesota.

Kaity’s Story a True, impactful and compelling story that brings to light the warning signs of Teen Dating Violence (TDV) and what lessons can be learned to prevent such a tragedy for others.

Followed by Information regarding: Diane Smith has been involved with Kaity's Way for several years, first as a volunteer and then as a board member in 2013.

While our presentations are comprehensive they are very flexible regarding time.Established in Tucson in 1972, Pima Medical Institute is one of the premier medical career colleges in the western United States.



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