Guest speaker Tim Mousseau will discuss combating sexual violence, redefining masculinity, and provoking change in a special event on Tuesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. in Jackson Auditorium. As part of TLU's Take A Stand and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programming, all athletes and coaches are required to attend. The event is free and the public is invited to join the campus for an important, timely, and meaningful conversation.
Mousseau's mission centers on the idea that everyone deserves to feel safe—in their relationships, organizations, and communities. People crave safety. They deserve it.
Today, he helps organizations create safer environments where people want to belong. Pulling from his background in public prevention, he provides a proven framework to build cultures not only free from harm but organizations where people can openly share opinions, trust their peers, and make more creative decisions.
He has worked with such varied organizations unified by their desire to create the right cultures to retain the right people throughout the last nine years. Over 400 companies, universities, and associations worldwide, including SHRM, MPI, FMC Corporation, Solenis, Congressional offices, and beyond have partnered with him. Human Resource leaders, managers, and organizations trust him to deliver tailored programs that offer actionable skills while ensuring lasting change.
People stay when they feel safe. Mousseau profoundly believes it is the job of managers and organizations to create safe cultures.