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The silence has been broken. Now it is time to create lasting change.

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September 17th and 18th @ Harvard Law School

#MeToo, Now What? Sexual Harassment Policy Workshop

The Purple Campaign and Harvard Law School Executive Education are bringing industry leaders together with legal and policy experts for a workshop to develop reforms to identify and address the systemic problem of workplace sexual harassment in the wake of #MeToo.  Participants will attend a series of interactive sessions aimed at preventing and responding to workplace sexual harassment, and rebuilding and reimagining the workplace of the future.   Click on the button below to learn more about the #MeToo, Now What? sexual harassment policy workshop.

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In the News

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Former Staffer’s Nonprofit Strives to Combat Sexual Harassment

JUNE 7, 2018

Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele sits down with Roll Call to discuss how the Purple Campaign is working to end workplace sexual harassment through action, education and elections.

“I just felt strongly that this moment was an opportunity for real, substantial policy change,” Steele said of the #MeToo movement. “I was concerned that it may become just a moment of awareness-raising and wanted to ensure that it turned into a moment where we saw workplace policy change and also public policy change come out of it.” 

Read full article here. 

Action Campaigns

Write to Your Elected Officials

JUNE 2018 - PRESENT

We kicked off our latest action campaign at our June event — "#MeToo: Movement on the Hill" — at The Wing in D.C., featuring Congresswoman Cheri Bustos and Congresswoman Jackie Speier.  Prior to the start of the panel, we asked people to write their elected officials that #MeToo must remain a priority on Congress's legislative agenda. We continued the call to action by providing people everywhere with five-step instructions on how they can contact their members of Congress from home.  If you haven't already, join us by writing your elected officials today. 

#6MonthsofPurple

july 26, 2018

Check out our #6MonthsOfPurple photo gallery below and let us know what you’d like to see up next on the Purple Agenda!

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Our Mission

Courageous women have broken the silence by sharing their experiences with sexual harassment in the workplace, exposing a systemic problem that exists across every industry. Now we must work together to create lasting change.

The Purple Campaign’s mission is to end workplace sexual harassment by implementing stronger corporate policies, establishing better laws and empowering people to create lasting change within their own workplaces and communities.  

It won’t be easy. But we believe that by working together, we can implement long-term solutions to achieve lasting reform.

Join our coalition today!

#MeToo, Now What?

We are building a broad coalition of diverse stakeholders to work together to implement stronger corporate policies, establish better laws, and empower people to create lasting change within their own workplaces and communities

EDUCATION

 The Purple Foundation  is educating industry leaders, businesses, and the public  about the problem of workplace sexual harassment and how best to address it.

ACTION

The Purple Campaign is organizing advocacy campaigns and grassroots efforts to empower people to act to end sexual harassment in their workplaces and communities.

 

elections

The Purple Campaign is working to elect lawmakers who are committed to ending workplace sexual harassment

 

Early Support for the Purple Campaign

Meet Our Growing Coalition

Here's why Diverse stakeholders HAVE ALREADY JOINED the Purple Campaign'S COALITION TO END WORKPLACE SEXUAL HARASSMENT.

 

Our Cofounders

 

Leadership

The Purple Campaign was cofounded by two bicoastal millennial women: a lawyer and politico based in Washington DC, and a tech-industry business leader based in San Francisco, CA.

 
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ALLY COLL STEELE
President & Cofounder

Ally Coll Steele is a graduate of Harvard Law School with experience at the intersection of law, policy and politics. She will draw from her work on policy reform in both the U.S. House and Senate, legal education on women’s issues, and experience serving in leadership positions on numerous federal campaigns to help the Purple Campaign achieve lasting change.

Read more about Ally's background here

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Jessica Patterson
Cofounder

Jessica is a business leader with experience working in rapid-growth startup companies and management consulting. She will draw on her expertise building partnerships, brands and teams to establish the Purple Campaign as the organization leading the movement to end sexual harassment in the workplace.                          

 

Read more about JESSICA'S background here

 

Why Purple?

A symbol of the women's movement

The color purple has been a symbol of the American women’s movement since the early 1900s, when it became an official color of the National Women’s party and the Suffragettes campaigning to gain the right to vote.

A color To Represent unITY

It also represents our view that sexual harassment should not be tolerated by any political party or within any industry. A diverse coalition of stakeholders now must come together to create lasting change in workplaces across America.

 

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