Over the past 15 years Keith has been speaking on college campuses nationally on sexual violence prevention, men’s identity, social justice education, ally development, leadership, sustainability, and student affairs leadership. He has spoken and consulted at more than 100 colleges and universities. Keith has presented more than 100 programs at national conferences and has written more than 15 articles or book chapters on these issues. His research, writing, and speaking has received national awards and recognition including ACPA Dissertation of the Year and ACPA Diamond Honoree. (Full Bio)
Keith Edwards is an excellent speaker on men’s anti-violence issues. In addition to making a strong case for men’s involvement in ending violence against women, he is very conscientious about addressing the many social justice and privilege issues that pertain to men’s anti-violence work – issues that are not always addressed by speakers on this topic. He also has a very unique perspective on how men are hurt by violence against women, an important factor in motivating men to take action on this issue.
– Dr. Alan Berkowitz, Independent Consultant and Editor of Men and Rape: Theory, Research and Prevention Programs in Higher Education
Keith is a dynamic speaker that connected well with both our students and staff. Keith’s presentations left many with some new considerations on the environment that we foster on our campus and allowed us to go back and revisit some of our priorities. I look forward to the next opportunity that we get to have him visit my campus.
-Dr. Ray Gasser, Senior Associate Director, Residence Education and Housing Services, Michigan State University