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5a737c20e72ff Jenna Quinn shares her story with Kansas educators, law enforcement officers, social workers, and other professionals on January 24th. SHESC

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Jenna Quinn shares her story with Kansas educators, law enforcement officers, social workers, and other professionals on January 24th.

150 Professionals Spend a Day with Jenna Quinn

February 01, 2018

On January 24th, Jenna Quinn and her mother Kellie spent a day with 150 professionals from across Kansas sharing their stories and raising awareness about child sexual abuse.  The event was a joint project sponsored by Smoky Hill Education Service Center and CAPS--Child Advocacy and Parenting Services of Salina.

After the presentations by Jenna and Kellie, there were 4 break-out sessions led by Noalee McDonald-Augustine from SHESC, Courtney Train from the Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas (DVACK), and Vicki Price from CAPS.  Topics for these sessions included human trafficking, good touch/bad touch for young students, healthy relationships, and gender identity issues. 

KSAL's story about the event can be read here.

A copy of Jenna's PowerPoint can be downloaded here.  


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5a737c20e72ffJenna Quinn answers audience questions during the panel discussion following Smoky Hill's conference on child sexual abuse on January 24th.SHESC

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Jenna Quinn answers audience questions during the panel discussion following Smoky Hill's conference on child sexual abuse on January 24th.

 
 

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