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Know the Signs: Say Something Training
Join our dedicated experts for an informative, live webinar on school violence prevention. You’ll be trained in our award-winning Say Something program and have an opportunity to submit questions in advance.

In just an hour, you’ll learn lifesaving warning signs and find out how to get help through our proven three-step method. It’s a great way to kick-off National Youth Violence Prevention Week (NYVPW)! Registration is free and open anyone who wants to create kinder, safer schools and communities.

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Speakers

Andre Elliott
Training Manager @Sandy Hook Promise
Andre Elliott is one of our premier, professional trainers at Sandy Hook Promise who enjoys using the training platform to impact others on a daily basis. He is also a husband and father to his favorite people in the world and a coach and friend to so many others. Andre looks forward to creating avenues to impact generations to come.
Alex French
Senior Manager, Programs @Sandy Hook Promise
Alex French applies her background in youth suicide prevention, school-based mental health, and adult education to help build out our school safety programs at Sandy Hook Promise.
Gabby Allen-Destroismaisons
Senior Associate for SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Clubs @Sandy Hook Promise
Gabby Allen-Destroismaisons is a former National Youth Advisory Board member and the current Senior Associate for SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Clubs at Sandy Hook Promise. Gabby has been involved in youth programming and advocacy for nearly a decade since she first became involved with SAVE Promise Clubs.
Sean Walker
Manager of State Policy @Sandy Hook Promise
Sean Walker serves as the Manager of State Policy for Sandy Hook Promise, promoting policies focused on violence prevention and mental wellness.
Ryan Dougherty
Sustainability Associate. Say Something - Anonymous Reporting System (SS-ARS) @Sandy Hook Promise
Ryan Dougherty is the Sustainability Associate for the Say Something-ARS school safety program. Ryan's favorite way to support school districts is by curating the monthly Say Something-ARS Newsletter and is always available to answer any questions you may have about our program!