Addressing workplace sexual harassment across industries
We’ve been hitting the road to share ideas, information & best practices for addressing workplace sexual harassment across industries.
MAY 18th - airbnb HQ
Participating in Airbnb's Intentional Integrity Session
Purple Campaign Cofounders Ally Coll Steele and Jessica Patterson joined Airbnb General Counsel Rob Chesnut at Airbnb’s Intentional Integrity Session. It’s inspiring to see companies like Airbnb lead the way in the fight to end workplace sexual harassment, and we look forward to helping others improve their practices in light of #MeToo.
MAY 17th - UBer HQ
Discussing best practices for addressing sexual harassment and assault with Uber
Just two days after Uber announced it would end the use of forced arbitration and non-disclosure agreements for sexual assault claims, Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele joined Uber's Chief Legal Officer Tony West and Safety & Employment team to discuss best practices for addressing sexual harassment and assault.
MAY 14th - PBs newshour
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele discusses #MeToo and sexual harassment reform in Congress on PBS Newshour. Watch the Full Program
April 24th - SPJ Florida's "Abuse in the newsroom" webinar
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele 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.
April 20th - Harvard Law School
#MeTooNatSec: Sexual Harassment in National Security
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele 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.
April 14th -philadelphia Forum of Executive Women
#MeToo and Time’s Up: How these Movements are Changing our Workplaces
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele 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.
April 11th - Duke law school
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele joins 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.
march 30th - Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Washington, d.c.
WLA Panel: #MeToo in the Legal Profession
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele joined Harvard Women's Law Association in a discussion on #MeToo in the legal profession & beyond: "Law students are the most powerful people in the legal profession right now. We need your voices at the #MeToo table!"
march 21st - SHW Blog
In SHW’s latest blog post, Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele discusses steps that event planners and participants can take to create a safe and productive environment for everyone.
“People often forget that sexual harassment frequently occurs outside of the traditional employer-employee relationship,” Steele said. Read Full Blog Post.
march 30th - the battery, san francisco
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. Watch Full Program
MARCH 18th - Committee on House Administration
Bipartisan Roundtable with the Committee on House Administration
Purple Campaign President Ally Coll Steele joined bipartisan representatives of the Committee on House Administration and other key stakeholders for a roundtable discussion on the implementation of the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA).