Elizabeth (Liz) Osowieckiis a Junior Consultant at The National Center for Equity and Agency. As a survivor and subject-matter expert, she develops curriculum, facilitates workshops, delivers keynotes, and consults on vital topics such as sexual assault, domestic abuse, human trafficking, and trauma.
Liz received her Master's Degree in Public Policy from Stony Brook University and her Bachelor's in Journalism from Purchase College. She utilized these platforms to bring awareness to these issues in Newsday, on News12, and CBS2 News. She also advocated for and successfully passed 'Revenge Porn' legislation in Nassau County, NY. Liz is passionate about preventing sexual and domestic violence, challenging culture that normalizes abuse, and providing support for survivors of interpersonal violence.
This workshop will explore how positive interpersonal skills can increase personal and professional success in the workplace.
More than 10 million women and men are physically abused in the U.S. during one year and up to 75% of domestic violence victims face harassment from their partners while they are at work.