Safer Schools Together (SST) will teach participants how to use Digital Threat Assessment® (DTA) to proactively respond to concerning behaviors and trends observed across social media platforms. This workshop focuses on the importance of the early identification of worrisome digital media content generated from school communities. By learning how to establish a Digital Behavioral Baseline through a School Safety / Threat Assessment lens, your team can employ trauma-informed responses and deliver timely interventions to respond to threats of cyberbullying, targeted violence, and hate crimes.
Theresa Campbell is the CEO and founder of Safer Schools Together (SST), an organization focused on promoting a climate and culture
of safety in schools. She established SST in 2008 to provide law enforcement agencies, school districts, and community partners with comprehensive violence prevention/intervention training. Theresa is also the CEO and founder of the International Center of Digital Threat Assessment® (ICDTA).
As a Subject Matter Expert in behavioral and Digital Threat Assessment®, violence prevention, and trauma response, Theresa regularly consults on numerous high-profile cases throughout North America. She is the Executive Producer of eight award-winning prevention documentaries. In 2008, she was awarded the Frederic Milton Thrasher Award for superior service in gang prevention.
Having served previously in a leadership role at one of Canada’s largest and fastest-growing school districts, Theresa was responsible for the conceptualization, development, and implementation of many successful and innovative, evidence-based prevention and intervention strategies and programs that have been adopted around the world.
Greg is currently a Senior Trainer and Consultant with Safer Schools Together and is deeply engaged in the practice and scholarship of teaching, holding a Doctorate of Education (EdD).
As Assistant Professor at the New York Institute of Technology, Greg serves in his capacity as the Associate Dean of their Master of Instructional Technology program and as the Director of the Vancouver Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Previous professional experience includes working as Director of Learning for the SCSBC independent schools, Adjunct Professor in Education at SFU and TWU, and a Senior Technical Consultant. He finds joy in solving complex problems and helping educators resolve tensions between practice and theoretical understanding. Greg has extensive experience in technology infrastructure and securities, curriculum and pedagogy, leadership, and instruction