Holly Kearl is an activist, writer, and nonprofit professional based in the Washington, DC-area. Her work focuses on gender-based violence and gender equality.
Holly is author of the book Stop Street Harassment: Making Public Places Safe and Welcoming for Women (Praeger, 2010) and co-author of a national report on sexual harassment in grades 7-12, Crossing the Line: Sexual Harassment at School (AAUW, 2011).
She founded Stop Street Harassment and International Anti-Street Harassment Week. Since 2007 she's worked for AAUW, managing programs that address issues like sexual harassment in schools and workplace discrimination.
Holly regularly speaks and writes/blogs on these topics. Her work has been cited by the United Nations, USA Today, BBC News, New York Times, CNN, Associated Press, NPR, Washington Post, Guardian, Ms. magazine, Cosmo magazine, ABC News, Feministing, and Jezebel.
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