Jay Otto with WTI’s Center for Health and Safety Culture presented to the National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence on September 6th during their annual Think Tank. The partnership engages over 100 leaders working to address violence across the lifespan. Jay then participated in dialogue with Action Teams for the remainder of the day.

On the following day, Jay provided a keynote address to open the 19th annual Institute for Violence, Abuse and Trauma presenting to over 500 individuals from around the world working on preventing and treating those experiencing violence. The presentation focused on challenging participants to discover and leverage the positive norms that exist in their communities to address this challenging problem. The presentation was well received and led to several contacts with potential projects and funders.