Sexual Harassment Impacts Everyone. That’s Why We’re Making Content To End It.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness month and it brings an opportunity to raise awareness of the prevalence of sexual assault and its impact on our society. Recently, in public discourse, our society seems increasingly more willing to acknowledge and address this blight, propelled by movements such as #metoo and the manifestation of several high-profile cases. Yet there is still more work to be done to ensure that our workplaces represent the inclusive, equal, and safe places we envision – free of the impact of sexual assault and harassment. To get there, we’ll need to eradicate the pervasive and often subtle behaviors that impact too many people every day.

I have been fortunate, in my own career, to have worked in environments where I could learn, thrive, and grow. I’ve been mentored by both men and women, and benefited from the insight of experienced and engaged managers. However, as I reflect on my experience, through the lens of professional maturity, I recall specific, unsettling, instances that I either just accepted or wasn’t able to recognize as a young female professional.

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