Biography: terry glenn lilley
For the past ten years, terry glenn lilley has been an anti-violence activist and educator. He began his work in 1997 as the Prevention Educator for The Womenís Center, Inc, a not for profit sexual assault and domestic violence agency, in Carbondale, Illinois. While there, he authored a fifteen-week curriculum which earned the Illinois Center for Violence Preventionís Peace Leader award in 2000 for best practice in school violence prevention. He is also the author of a five-day curriculum that was evaluated as the top performing sexual assault curriculum in the state of Illinois in a joint project between the Illinois Coalition against Sexual Assault and the University of Chicago.

Over the years, terry has conducted countless workshops for the students, faculty, and staff of hundreds of junior and senior high schools, and colleges and universities across the country. He has also conducted professional trainings for numerous private corporations and government agencies including the U.S. Department of Justiceís National Office for Victims of Crime. terry is currently pursuing his Doctorate in sociology at the University of Delaware and continues his work as an anti-violence educator with Cultural Bridges, a national group of justice-forging individuals committed to dismantling racism, sexism, heterosexism, and other forms of oppression as well as through his own consulting group, Jen Strategies.

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