Sexual harassment and the abuse of power is both a moral and civil rights violation in the work place, and it‘s often overlooked every day. Recent events and the #MeToo movement have opened up the conversation on social media and created awareness to a broader audience. Consequently, this heightened awareness could potentially generate impactful social change in regards to this important, highly charged issue.
As a result of many conversations within our own community, ASMP Oregon produced a panel discussion dealing with these issues. We are not just searching for answers. The veil has been lifted and the creative and visual arts arena is only one of the many industries where sexual harassment and violence is becoming more apparent to the general public. And as members of that community, we feel compelled to take action.
Principal / Co-Owner
Option Model Management
Executive Director and Clinical Professor of Law
Lewis and Clark School of Law
National Crime Victims Law Institute
Communications and Events Coordinator
Oregon Coalition Against Sexual Violence
Fashion Photographer & Studio Owner
Portland Advertising Federation
Mitra Law Group
Community Education and Communications Program Manager
Clackamas Women’s Services
Creative Director | Member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts
Attorney / Founder & ASMP General Council