Title IX Consulting Group is proud to announce the assembly of a powerful showcase of self-defense expertise and victim empowerment for an upcoming documentary on a sexual violence Title IX lawsuit against a Christian university. This unique collaboration brings together distinguished professionals in their respective fields, including an Academy Award-winning documentary director, a double PhD sexual violence expert, and a renowned self-defense expert. The primary goal of this collaboration is to empower survivors and victims of sexual violence while shedding light on the injustices faced by individuals within the education system.
Leading this collective effort is Dr. Sandi, CEO and Founder of Title IX Consulting Group, is a highly respected expert in the field of sexual violence policies and procedures. With a double PhD in Political Science and Education, Dr. Sandi advises legal teams on Title IX lawsuits across the nation and provides consultation services to K-12 schools and higher education campuses. Her expertise and commitment to promoting Title IX compliance make her an ideal partner for this collaborative endeavor.
Ellen Goosenberg Kent, an acclaimed film producer and director. Her accolades include winning an Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) for her film Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1. Kent’s ability to capture the raw emotions and personal stories of individuals will ensure that the documentary provides a powerful and authentic portrayal of the survivors’ experiences.
Completing this team of exceptional professionals is Kru Christopher M. Aboy, a federal police officer, owner of TAG Muay Thai in Sterling, VA, and a prominent figure in the martial arts community. Known for his expertise in Muay Thai and self-defense tactics, Kru Chris has dedicated his career to teaching and empowering individuals through workshops and specialized courses. His knowledge and experience make him an invaluable asset in providing survivors with practical self-defense techniques.
The documentary will feature Jane Does, a group of 22 individuals who have risen above their traumatic experiences at an academic institution. Six Jane Does have participated in the initial filming of this special event, which aims to empower survivors through self-defense workshops. These women have endured various forms of sexual violence, ranging from gang-rape to sexual harassment, and are determined to reclaim their lives from the grip of PTSD, depression, and fear. By sharing their stories and participating in the self-defense classes, they inspire hope and resilience in others facing similar struggles.
The collaboration between these experts and survivors marks a significant step in raising awareness about sexual misconduct and injustice within academic institutions. By providing survivors with tangible self-defense techniques and documenting their journeys, the documentary seeks to empower individuals and effect positive change.
For more information about your rights under Title IX and combating sex discrimination and sex-based harassment, contact Dr. Sandi at Title IX Consulting Group. The organization offers comprehensive services and workshops aimed at decreasing Title IX liability and promoting a safe and inclusive educational environment.
To learn more about self-defense classes and empowering survivors through practical skills, contact TAG Muay Thai. Their experienced trainers are dedicated to teaching individuals how to protect themselves and regain control over their lives.