LySaundra Janeé

The Gospel. Black Music. Justice. Resilience.

 

 

I have worked in the social justice field at the local, state, and national levels for more than nine years to address racism and gender-based violence through public policy, direct advocacy, blogging, training & education, research, and strategic communications.

I am available for speaking or training at your event on the following topics:

  • Music and social politics – visit my Workshop Page for more information about A Resilient Tune!

  • Community health equity/Building resilient communities

  • Strategic communication for nonprofits

  • Gender-based violence and the Christian Church

  • Social justice and the Christian – visit my Workshop Page for more information about Living Well!

  • Economic abuse, justice, and empowerment

  • Technology safety, advocacy & prevention

  • Overview of domestic & sexual violence

  • Restorative justice

  • Gender and sexuality

  • Creative mental health & wellness practices

  • Cross-cultural & generational communication

Email lysaundrajanee[at]gmail.com or fill out this form to bring me to your next training.


*Training & Speaking Portfolio:

2019

  • “a resilient tune: black women in music & healing advocacy” (National Sexual Assault Conference – registration open)

2018

  • “A resilient tune: music & social politics” (Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence 2018 Conference)

  • “Restorative & Survivor-Defined Justice” (University of Missouri Social Work class, Guest Lecturer)

  • “Smarter Advocacy: Our Role in Technology Safety & Social Change” (Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association Annual Conference, Keynote Speaker)

2017

  • “Healthy Relationships & Communication for Teens” (Anacostia High School, Presenter & Facilitator)

  • Domestic & Sexual Violence Panel (Griffiths Women’s Leadership Conference, University of Missouri-Columbia)

2015

  • “Faith Communities & Domestic Violence” (Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence, RPE Conference)

  • “Economic Justice & Empowerment for Advocates” (Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence Annual Conference)

2012

  • “Rape Culture & Violence in the Media” (2012 Meeting of the Minds Conference, Missouri, co-presenter)

*For reasons regarding intellectual property, training and education activities performed by LySaundra Campbell but initiated or created by a former employer are not included. Additional topics and training experience can be discussed upon consultation.