• Collegiate Consortium

Who We Are

The Collegiate Consortium is the One Student leadership program. We believe that the collegiate population has a great opportunity to shift the culture and help create communities with zero tolerance for sexual violence.

Through the formation of a statewide campus alliance the program unites exceptional student leaders on campuses throughout one state to impact positive social change in each of their communities. Throughout each term they focus their efforts on engaging peers, empowering college students to address sexual assault and initiating a cultural shift, ultimately reducing sexual violence statewide. This fusion of diverse leadership and social change make the Collegiate Consortium the only program of its kind.

The first statewide board was assembled in Florida in the Spring of 2010. Interested in starting a Consortium in your state? Contact us at info@onestudent.org.

What We Do

The Consortium provides student leaders an opportunity to openly discuss challenges, seek solutions and share accomplishments in addressing sexual violence in their communities.

Members of the Collegiate Consortium Board work on meaningful regional projects, garner education, participate in an annual meeting and work on a large statewide project selected by them and supported by One Student. Through the student leader’s vision and the support of their mentors, respective campus communities and One Student staff, the program will eventually change the way sexual assault is addressed by campuses nationwide.

Our Team

Becca Tieder
Program Director
becca@onestudent.org

Meet the Inaugural Board

Florida Collegiate Consortium Student Board Members


Florida Collegiate Consortium Advisory Board Members

  • Judge Raymond Gross, Chair
  • Rafaela Amador Carlisle
  • Dr. Susan Dellinger
  • Brent Gordon, J.D.
  • Mike Griffin
  • Paul Gross, J.D.
  • Ernest Hooper
  • Dena Leavengood
  • Dr. Tracy McPhail
  • Kim Northup
  • Dr. Norrine Russell
  • John Streitmater

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