Becky Fein is an avid advocate, passionate public speaker and trainer, and Founding Director of the Powerful Voices Project, a documentary film series that explores recovery and resilience after experiencing sexual assault. Becky has spent the last decade speaking to audiences around the country and working to create innovative programs that promote mental health and peer empowerment among young adults. Her work has been featured in many news outlets, including national coverage with NBC News and NowThis.
Becky's speaking style is engaging and deeply personal, with a specific focus on sexual assault, mental health, bystander intervention, the power of storytelling in service to community-building and healing, and survivor empowerment. She believes fervently in the power of story-sharing in service to her own and others’ healing.
Becky holds a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from the University of California, Davis, and a Master's degree in Public Health, with an emphasis in sexual assault prevention from Columbia University. She currently serves as the executive director of Verity, Sonoma County's rape crisis center.