Liv Montgomery is a senior Public Relations and Documentary Film student in Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University. Her parents have always said that she “has to have the last word,” and she hopes that because of that she can use her voice to raise awareness for what she is passionate about and utilize film to create a real change in the world. Liv’s other passions include photography, filmmaking, rescuing animals, and drinking lots of tea. You can contact Liv at her email: firstname.lastname@example.org or her Twitter.
Hailey Robertson is a sophomore at the University of Southern California studying Global Health in the Keck School of Medicine. As a collegiate debater, she has always been passionate about advocating for policy change and hopes to carry this enthusiasm into the real world, on behalf of survivors and marginalized communities. Outside of Project Consent, Hailey does research with the Global Fund about the human rights barriers to accessing HIV/TB/Malaria services, coaches high school debate, serves as a Director of Advocacy in Undergraduate Student Government, and spends the rest of her time perfecting her guac recipe. You can contact Hailey by email: email@example.com or her Twitter.
Olivia Yusuf is a King’s University College graduate with a B.A. in Criminology. She’s currently working as a program coordinator at her alma mater and her passion lies in event planning and project management. Her interests include international relations, immigration, and popular culture. When she’s not busy working, you can find her either binge-watching shows, attending concerts, going on long drives, or traveling. As the Community Director, she spearheads content projects for Project Consent and ensures that submissions from the community are showcased on our platforms. You can contact Olivia by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter.
Taylor Mabelitini is a student at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, Michigan. As Project Consent's Design Director, she hopes to utilize her team's collective artistry and graphic design skills to create visual content and campaigns to spread awareness about rape culture and sexual violence. Outside of Project Consent, Taylor spends her time writing poetry, attempting Pinterest recipes, doing freelance graphic design, and daydreaming. If she’s not doing any of those things, she’s probably watching Brooklyn Nine-Nine. You can contact Taylor by her email at email@example.com or her Twitter.
Public Relations + Outreach Director
Ciaran is a junior attending Eckerd College majoring in Psychology with minors in Sociology and Women’s and Gender Studies. She is excited to be a part of Project Consent in working to raise awareness, with the hope to someday soon eradicate rape culture. Ciaran is extremely passionate about showing survivors that they are not alone and helping connect them with the caring community and a variety of resources. In her free time you’ll find Ciaran creating art, experimenting with recipes, laying on the beach, or playing with her dogs. You can contact Ciaran by her email at firstname.lastname@example.org or her Twitter.
social media director
Marianna is a recent graduate of the University of Toronto with a double major in English Literature and History. She couldn’t be more excited about her involvement here at Project Consent, since raising awareness about sexual assault and rape culture is something she has always been extremely passionate about. When she’s not working on Project Consent, she works in the non-profit sector in Toronto promoting social justice through the arts. In her free time, you can always find her raving about her two cats, drinking way too much iced coffee, and binging Grey’s Anatomy for the 10th time. You can contact Marianna by her email at email@example.com.
founder, board of directors
Sara founded Project Consent in the summer of 2014 as a junior in high school; her vision was to create a safe space for survivors of sexual assault to come together in solidarity. The platform eventually grew into an organization whose work continues to reach thousands across the world. Sara describes the motivating force behind Project Consent as "[being] the voice that I needed when I was younger." Sara stepped down as CEO in the Fall of 2018, but still remains an active member sitting on our board of directors. She is immensely proud of what Project Consent has accomplished and plans on supporting the company in its future years. Currently, Sara is a writer based in the Midwest and travels frequently for humanitarian pursuits. You can reach her through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact her via Twitter, where she is probably tweeting about Taylor Swift.
We could not do the work that we do without the help of our wonderful staff. The directors would like to thank our hard-working staff who volunteer their time, energy, and skills to Project Consent.
While Project Consent originated as a simple concept, it could not have grown without the help of the entire staff. We would like to thank our previous and current staff at Project Consent for working endlessly to make sure that everything runs efficiently and smoothly. We would like to thank our contributors for spreading our message with their own innovative means, and for giving a voice to our cause. But most importantly, we would like thank our audience for joining our movement and striving for a better future.