Working together to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace
UPCOMING: The Riveter Women Building the Future Summit
UPCOMING: Women In the Workplace 2019
#MeToo Shows 2 Years Of Progress Toward Gender Parity
The Purple Campaign: The nonprofit taking down sexual harassment
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Purple Campaign President Ally Coll on LinkedIn's Working Together Series
National Association of Women Lawyers 2019 Annual Meeting: MeToo in the Legal Profession – What Now?
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll will join Rob Chestnut,General Counsel of Airbnb, Tanya Hernandez, Professor at the Fordham University School of Law, Grace E. Speights, Partner at Morgan Lewis, and Mary Beth Hogan, Partner at Debevoise & Plimpton for a discussion on #MeToo movement in the legal industry at the NAWL’s upcoming 2019 annual meeting in NYC.
2019 PDC Summer Conference - #MeToo, Now What?
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll and Scott Westfahl, Professor of Practice and Director of Executive Education at Harvard Law School, will share key takeaways from the “#MeToo, Now What?” workshop and provide attendees with practical advice about how to address sexual harassment in their own workplaces in the wake of #MeToo.
Building Global Human Rights Movements
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined Rangita de Silva de Alwis for a conversation about the #MeToo movement at the University of Pennsylvania Law School's Global Institute for Human Rights
2019 Women’s Power Summit on Law & Leadership
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll spoke at UT Austin School of Law’s 2019 Women’s Power Summit on Law & Leadership about creating a harassment-free culture with Justice Rebecca Martinez, Texas 4th Court of Appeals, Lauren Rikleen, Founder of the Rikleen Institute for Strategic Leadership, Sharyn Tejani, Director TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund, and Jenny Yang, former EEOC Commissioner.
#MeToo & The Legal Profession
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined Cardozo Law School’s Burns Center for Ethics for a panel discussion on the intersection of the #MeToo movement and the legal profession. Coll and other panelists examined harassment within the legal profession, and explored steps firms and disciplinary bodies could take to protect vulnerable members of the legal community, especially women.
Celebration 65: #MeToo & Beyond Sexual Harassment Panel
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined EEOC Commissioner, Chai Feldblum, Director of Gibbons PC and President-Elect of National Association of Women Lawyer, Kristin Sostowski, and Partner at Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady, Elizabeth Saylor for a panel discussion at Harvard Law School on the impact of the #MeToo movement on workplaces, the policy arena, and the legal profession.
An Interactive Discussion on #MeToo
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP for an interactive discussion on #MeToo, the importance of starting dialogue on sexual harassment within law firms, and the role of men in the movement.
Discussing #MeToo & The Judiciary
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined the ABA Judicial Division’s Standing Committee on Diversity in the Judiciary for a discussion on the #MeToo movement, its effects in and on the judiciary, and how those in the legal profession can help create lasting change.
Facing the #MeToo Movement in the Bankruptcy Profession
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined Judge Joan Feeney, Proskauer Rose LLP Partner Mark Batten, Holland & Knight Partner Paul Lannon, and Cooley LLP Partner Cathy Hershcopf for a panel about #MeToo in the bankruptcy profession at American Bankruptcy Institute’s Northeast Summer Conference.
#MeToo: Transforming the Legal Ecosystem RoundTable
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined Her Justice, Paul, Weiss LLP, and Thomson Reuters for the second session of their #MeToo Roundtable Discussion series. The discussion explored root causes of sexual harassment and identified practical steps lawyers can take to be part of the solution.
Creating Lasting Change in the Legal Profession in the Wake of #MeToo
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined award-winning documentary filmmaker and activist Aishah Shahidah Simmons, National Women's Law Center General Counsel and Vice President of Education and Workplace Justice Emily Martin, and North Carolina Deputy Solicitor General Ryan Park for a discussion on what can be done to create lasting change in the legal profession in the wake of #MeToo.
Leading a Conversation on Implicit Bias & Sexual Harassment
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll and Matt Dubin led a discussion on implicit bias and sexual harassment for over 100 incoming law students at New York Law School.
Participating in Airbnb's Intentional Integrity Session
Purple Campaign Cofounders Ally Coll and Jessica Patterson joined Airbnb General Counsel Rob Chesnut at Airbnb’s Intentional Integrity Session.
Discussing Best Practices for Addressing Sexual Harassment & Assault with Uber
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joins Society of Professional Journalist-Florida for a webinar discussion on how we can work to change our newsroom cultures in the wake of #MeToo.
#MeTooNatSec: Sexual Harassment in National Security
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined former U.S Ambassador, Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, former State Department official and co-author of the #MeTooNatSec letter, Jenna Ben-Yehuda, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Policy & Advocacy Fellow and former Obama Administration official, Mira Patel at Harvard Law School in a discussion on addressing sexual harassment within national security and what we must do to create harassment-free workplaces, both at home and abroad.
#MeToo & Time’s Up: How These Movements are Changing Our Workplaces
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined Elizabeth Wellington,Alice Ballard, Aishah Simmons, and Deb Epstein Henry at the Forum of Executive Women in a discussion on #MeToo and how we must work to empower women in the fight against sexual harassment.
From #MeToo, Now What?
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined North Carolina Deputy Solicitor General, Ryan Park at Duke Law School to discuss the impact of#MeToo on the legal profession and what legal, policy and cultural reforms are needed to end workplace sexual harassment.
WLA Panel: #MeToo in the Legal Profession
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll joined Harvard Women's Law Association in a discussion on #MeToo in the legal profession and beyond.
#MeToo: How You Can Help Prevent Sexual Harassment at Events
In SHW’s March blog post, Purple Campaign President Ally Coll discusses steps that event planners and participants can take to create a safe and productive environment for everyone.
#MeToo, Now What?
Purple Campaign cofounder, Jessica Patterson joins Airbnb General Counsel Rob Chesnut in a conversation on the #MeToo movement and how companies, business leaders and employees can create change in the workplace.