Men's Action Project Advisory Board
The Men’s Action Project Advisory Board is a collective of women, femme, and non-binary folx with relevant experience and expertise who work on campus or in the Lawrence community. The advisory board informs the Men’s Action Project’s decision-making process as it relates to four core areas: (1) curriculum & pedagogy; (2) program evaluation & assessment; (3) recruitment & selection; and (4) campus & community engagement. Specifically, the advisory board is charged with:
- Confirming the program’s curricular and pedagogical approaches are socio-culturally relevant, evidence-based, engaging to students, and grounded in anti-sexism/oppression frameworks;
- supporting program and impact evaluation in order to inform stakeholders about both program effectiveness and participant outcomes;
- promoting the program as an opportunity to potential undergraduate and graduate participants and implementing an equitable, safe, and inclusive selection process for candidates; and
- communicating the program’s added value to the KU and Lawrence communities and need for collaborative partnerships to ensure the program’s long-term sustainability.
Would you like more information about the advisory board? Please contact SAPEC staff member Taylor Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concept for Men's Action Project influenced by Dr. Kris Macomber's (2014) article "Integrating Men as Allies in Anti-Violence Work: Accountability and Beyond" on XY Online.