Jacquie Carr is a proponent for social, legal, economic and political equality for all persons and to that end engages in her work. Jacquie brings the focus and wisdom gained during her 7 years of diverse experience in her roles as advocate, researcher, educator, and facilitator to the field of sexual harassment prevention.
Jacquie is a certified trainer for the Respect at Work training approach and contributed to the development of the package.
In addition to being a certified Respect at Work training facilitator, Jacquie delivers specialized presentations providing in-depth examination of workplace sexual harassment with a particular focus on corporate cost, human cost, and internal and external reporting and remedy avenues.
Jacquie has earned a reputation for delivering powerful and engaging workshops. Her presentations have been described as insightful, informative and extremely relevant.
Jacquie has experienced the privilege of sharing the work of valuable projects in the arena of sexual harassment including serving as a member of the coordinating committee and presenter for an innovative, cross sectoral conference, contributor to a video and accompanying discussion guide, promotion of same.
One of Jacquie’s most recent accomplishments as a research team member is the publication of “Workplace Harassment and Violence”, a participatory action research report identifying the range of women’s experience of harassment and violence in the workplace and the resulting harm.