A DECLARATION OF IMPACT
The Campus Prevention Network Summit brings together campus stakeholders at all levels to drive meaningful impact on Higher Education's most pressing challenges: alcohol and other drugs, sexual assault and harassment, mental health and wellness, and diversity & inclusion. Cutting-edge insights and strategies are delivered by leading experts, creating an unparalleled experience designed to engage, inspire, and activate changemakers in the important work of transforming their campus communities.
WHAT IS THE CPN SUMMIT?
Through impact sessions, knowledge exchanges, plenaries, and keynotes, we’ll cover topics ranging from sexual violence, alcohol misuse and drug abuse, mental health and well-being, and diversity and inclusion. We’re meeting today’s challenges and invite you to join us and share your story.
Presentations of institutional practice and its impact on student outcomes
Opportunities to connect, share new learning and explore fresh ideas
Forward-thinking sessions on issues that require knowledge sharing
Inspirational stories from today’s best storytellers and thought leaders
Chanel Miller is a writer and artist who received her BA in Literature from the College of Creative Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She lives in San Francisco, California.
Evelyn Piazza lives in Readington, NJ with her husband Jim. She is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University with an accounting degree and a masters of taxation. Evelyn has become an anti-hazing advocate since the death of her son, Tim, at Penn State from hazing-related injuries in 2017. She has travelled the country speaking to universities, administrators, and fraternity and sorority leadership conferences with her husband and other parents who have lost their children to hazing. Evelyn and Jim are active in changing legislation regarding hazing on both federal and state levels. They have also formed a foundation in Tim's name to fund prosthetics for children in need.
Jim Piazza resides in Readington NJ with his wife Evelyn. Jim is a graduate of Rider University in Lawrenceville NJ and is partner at a global professional services firm and has been practicing accounting and tax law since 1983. After the death of his son Tim, Jim has become an anti hazing advocate and he, along with his wife and others, have traveled the country making anti hazing presentations to college students and administrators. Jim and his wife are also the recipients of the 2018 Hank Nuwer Anti Hazing Hero Award. In his free time, Jim enjoys spending time at the beach and playing golf.
WHAT YOU'LL GET:
- A special VIP DC Experience at the Capital (Early Bird Only)
- Access to keynotes, plenaries, knowledge exchanges, and impact sessions
- Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments throughout the entire conference
- Access to evening reception (includes beverages and hors d'oeuvres)
- Access to tech pavilion, wellness lounge, and our thought leadership partners
- Access to the conference networking app
- Access to post-event videos and presentations from the conference
- A CPN SWAG item
HOTEL AND VENUE
Discounted guest room rates of $234 for a single or double room at the Omni Shoreham have been arranged for attendees. Rates will remain in effect until May 11, 2020 and are subject to availability. Early booking is suggested! Credit card information is required to confirm all reservations.
COMMITMENT TO RESPECT
EVERFI embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion, and promotes respect for the dignity and value of all. We are committed to providing a harassment-free environment for everyone–attendees, speakers, EVERFI and venue staff, and partners. This includes the opportunity to learn, socialize, and work in a safe and respectful environment.
All participants are expected to observe these guidelines for respectful behavior in all conference venues, including online venues, and social events. Participants asked to stop a hostile or harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Conference participants seek to learn, network, and have fun. Please do so responsibly and with respect for the right of others to do likewise.
We recognize a shared responsibility to create a space for all attendees to have a positive experience. Some behaviors are, therefore, specifically prohibited:
- Harassment or intimidation based on race, religion, language, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, appearance, or other group status.
- Sexual harassment or intimidation, including unwelcome sexual attention, stalking (physical or virtual), or unsolicited physical contact.
- Sustained disruptions of speaker presentations.