Alison Feigh serves as the program coordinator at the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, a program of the National Child Protection Training Center. Influenced at an early age by the abduction of classmate Jacob Wetterling, she became an avid spokesperson on issues of personal safety. Alison has been tackling the problem of missing and exploited children for over a decade—providing education and support to families and communities. Alison holds an M.S. in Criminal Justice from St. Cloud University.
Alison Feigh's workshop topics include:
• How to talk to children about personal safety
• Internet and Cell Phone Safety
• Protecting Your Online Footprint for Teens
• Sexual Abuse Prevention Education
What people are saying about Alison’s Internet Safety Skills for Parents and Teens workshop:
“Fantastic overview! I feel pro-active and not scared. Thanks.”—Parent
“This should be mandatory for all kids and parents.”—Parent
“Alison Feigh did a wonderful job presenting the information. She works well with this age group. Love her no nonsense approach.”—Jr. High School Teacher
“This is something that parents need to hear.”—High School Teacher
“I need to be smart about internet safety...and report things that I know are wrong.”—Teen
“I learned that I need to listen to my gut more.”—Pre-Teen
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