Katie Koestner is the founder and executive director of the Take Back The Night Foundation and the president of Campus Outreach Services, a national organization dedicated to developing research-supported curricula, model policies, and outstanding educational programs for schools on student risk issues. Katie has provided keynote speeches and programs for over 10 million people and 5000 schools around the world to raise awareness about sexual assault, healthy relationships and social media. Ms. Koestner appeared on the cover of TIME magazine on June 3, 1991 and was the subject of an HBO documentary, “No Visible Bruises.” She and her work have been featured on Lifetime, NBC Nightly News, CNN, CNBC, Larry King Live, the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, Later Today, and dozens of other media outlets. Her highly sought-after lectures have been heard by the top officers of the Department of Defense, the incoming classes at MIT, Dartmouth, Brown, Amherst, Williams, West Point, as well as Fortune 500 Companies. Her unique partnerships have included work with the Jacksonville Jaguars to reach over three dozen urban schools in Jacksonville, FL and the creation of an interactive online learning program with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ms. Koestner is committed to ending sexual violence in all of its forms and helping students understand their role toward that end. Her dedication and vision have been the source of program development and policy change on both community and national levels. She constantly chooses to stand in front of thousands of young people to bring a name and a face to a crime of silence.