A LONG LIST OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- The multiracial, mixed-gender MVP Model has been widely influential in the development and operation of a range of gender violence prevention initiatives in high schools, colleges, the military, community organizations and sexual and domestic violence programs.
- MVP was the first large-scale initiative in the world to leverage the influence and social power of sports culture in the struggle against all forms of gender violence.
- MVP was the first system-wide gender violence prevention program in the U.S. Armed Services (in the Marine Corps in 1997).
- MVP personnel have trained hundreds of thousands of male and female student-athletes, coaches and administrators at hundreds of NCAA Division 1, 2 and 3 college athletic programs.
- MVP has conducted trainings with dozens of professional teams in the NFL, CFL, NBA, WNBA, Major League Baseball, Australian Football League, NASCAR and many other sports organizations.
- Professional MVP trainers have trained tens of thousands of educators, coaches, military personnel, health care practitioners and law enforcement professionals.
- MVP trainings feature some of the best and most cutting-edge media literacy tools and exercises in gender violence prevention education.
- In 2012, MVP hosted the first-ever international conference on the bystander approach in Boston, Massachusetts, entitled “Bystander Intervention: From Its Roots to the Road Ahead.”