Campus Training Coordinator
Rhett conducts trainings and technical assistance across the country for university faculty, staff, and students, as well as other youth and college-serving professionals. He facilitates the Men of Strength (MOST) Club at the middle school, high school, and college level, and also coordinates MCSR’s Speakers Bureau and the volunteer Allies Network.
Rhett Walker is Men Can Stop Rape’s Campus Training Coordinator. His primary responsibilities are organizing and facilitating training and technical assistance for colleges; establishing and marketing MOST Clubs on campuses nationally; and facilitating the Men of Strength (MOST) Club at the middle school, high school, and college level in the Washington, DC, area. He also conducts workshops and presentations on engaging men and boys in violence prevention across the country, including MCSR’s bi-annual From Theory to Practice trainings in Washington, DC, and New York City.
Rhett’s expertise is in working with clients to develop programming and trainings specific to their needs, goals, and capacity. His focus is to proactively develop and maintain support materials and strategies for client institutions.
Rhett started with Men Can Stop Rape as a volunteer facilitating the Men of Strength club at American University. He expanded his role by facilitating a second club at George Washington University and becoming an intern in MCSR’s Department of Development. Rhett first became involved in mobilizing men to end gender-based violence in 2003 at the University of California – Santa Barbara (UCSB) where he was an intern with the Women’s Center’s Rape Prevention and Education Program and was co-coordinator of the campus student group, Men Against Rape.