Becky Fein, MPH
Becky grew up in the small town of Monte Rio, California, and has been involved with the field of sexual health from her teenage years. The topics of sexual health, women’s rights, and reproductive justice were the pervasive themes of her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Davis. Her passion for the broad topic of sexual health education led her to pursue a Master’s degree of Public Health (MPH) with an emphasis in reproductive health at Columbia University in New York City.
Project Director Becky Fein co-founded this project in order to enhance the conversation and build community around the issue of sexual assault. She is passionate about prevention, awareness-raising, and survivor empowerment. Becky has extensive experience and training in health education, crisis counseling, and social outreach. Becky is a survivor of sexual assault and committed to building conversation and community around the issue of survivor empowerment as a means to shift the paradigm and prevent future violence. She brings her expertise in the realm of peer and health education, her training in crisis counseling, her experience in research and social outreach, and an academic background in sexual violence to the project at hand. Becky has devoted her career to the prevention and awareness-building efforts around sexual assault, and a devoted advocate of the movement towards a world free of sexual violence. This project is in response to a demonstrable need to enhance the conversation around the issue of sexual assault and its survivors.
Becky is available for public speaking engagements on a wide array of public health and sexual assault related topics. Click here to learn more or contact Becky directly for more information: becky<at>powerfulvoicesproject<dot>com