Mind of a Mentor Episode #58: Sarah Beaulieu, Founder of The Uncomfortable Conversation
Sarah Beaulieu is a keynote speaker, trainer, writer and social entrepreneur dedicated to creating a world free of sexual harassment and violence. She has shared her personal story of sexual violence in front of thousands at TEDxBeaconStreet, Take Back the Night, and many other events, panels and conferences.
Sarah is also Founder of The Uncomfortable Conversation, Inc. — a nonprofit organization dedicated to normalizing conversations about sexual violence, especially for young men — which came out of The Enliven Project, a campaign Sarah began to bring sexual violence out of the closet and lift survivors to their full potential. In addition to these initiatives, Sarah serves on the board of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, which is one of the largest and longest standing rape crisis centers in the United States.
Sarah has a background in fundraising and communications for institutions like Brown University, Boston College, and the GreenLight Fund, and longstanding engagement in several sexual violence prevention and response initiatives. Sarah earned her undergraduate degree from Brown University and has an MBA from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. She is currently based in Roslindale, MA with her husband and two children.
Tune in to episode #58 of our Mind of a Mentor podcast to hear Sarah’s story:
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