The 2021 SNAP Conference will be held virtually from September 10 to September 12
Registration is closed.
Just like last year, we'll be using the professional Showcare platform so you'll be able to access all of the conference content from one convenient location. We've got some amazing speakers on deck including psychiatrist Dr. James Jones, international advocate and survivor Doris Reisinger, and of course our longtime friends Tom Doyle and Bishop Accountability. Below is the full schedule at a glance:
2021 Virtual Conference - Schedule at a Glance
Please note, there is a 15 minute break in between each session.
Friday, September 10:
12:00 PM ET - Welcome and Introduction (Zach Hiner)
12:15 ET - KEYNOTE: Blind Spots in the Fight Against Clerical Abuse (Doris Reisinger)
1:30 ET - Spotlight on Activism - Sally Zakhari and the Coptic Church (Sally Zakhari)
2:30 ET - How Window Legislation has Impacted Survivors (Jeff Herman)
3:30 ET - Heal the Hurt: The Arts as a Path to Healing (Mary Dispenza)
Saturday, September 11:
12:00 ET - KEYNOTE: Healing and Moving Forward as a Survivor (Dr. James Jones)
1:30 ET - Spotlight on Activism - Tom Stewart and the Boy Scouts of America (Tom Stewart)
2:30 ET - Working through the Legal Process (Mitchell Garabedian)
3:30 ET - Meditative Sound Wash (Jay Taylor)
6:00 ET - Evening Entertainment: Panel Discussion with Joe Cultrera, Director of Sipe: Sex, Lies, and the Priesthood
Sunday, September 12:
12:00 ET - KEYNOTE: What's New in the Movement - Update from Bishop Accountability (Anne Barrett-Doyle and Terry McKiernan)
1:30 ET - Spotlight on Activism - Asher Lovy and ZA'AKAH (Asher Lovy)
2:30 ET - An Update on the New Zealand Royal Commission (Dr. Chris Longhurst)
3:30 ET - A Conversation with Tom Doyle (Tom Doyle)
4:30 ET - A Look to the Future (Shaun Dougherty)
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this conference, please contact Patrick Price.