Men Stopping Violence
Greg first got involved when he became a volunteer and facilitator for classes offered by Men Stopping Violence. “I worked at the Georgia Commission on Family Violence for 12 years in various positions. In that role, I worked on batterer intervention programs, co-coordinated Georgia’s Domestic Violence Fatality Review Project, lobbied at the state Capitol, and eventually served as Executive Director. All that prepared me to go back and join the staff at MSV three years ago. It taught me that male violence is a social problem, and it will require social change and a social movement to end it.”
If you, too, are interested in this work, you can get involved, Greg adds.
“Men Stopping Violence has a transformative internship program. It would be a great opportunity for Guilford students and alumni to get involved,” he explains. “I would love to see Guilford students involved for either a summer internship or the full year internship.”
Anyone interested in getting involved with the organization should contact Greg directly at Greg@menstoppingviolence.org.
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