Board Of Directors - No Means No Worldwide
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nomeansno-lee-sinclairLee Paiva, President
Lee is a writer/activist living in San Francisco and is the founder of No Means No Worldwide. Lee’s specialty is sexual gender based violence prevention curriculum, training and certification programming. She has spent the last 6 years writing and developing the IMpower curriculum for girls and boys. Lee believes IMpower curricula and programming will be used around the world to empower women and men, girls and boys to end violence in their relationships and communities.

nomeansno-vida-stanfordVida Sanford, Secretary
Vida is a bay area educator who has pioneered several successful advocacy programs for the San Francisco Unified School District. Her student mental health continuum is the first of its kind in the nation. Currently she is pioneering a mentorship program in San Francisco High Schools that unites faculty and student body participants through event challenges and school based learning opportunities.

nomeansno-maggie-lawMaggie Law, Officer
Maggie is a San Francisco-based software designer, manager, and mentor. She has helped build many web-based products and features for leading companies whose offerings help businesses and nonprofits around the world be successful. She will join UC Berkeley’s School of Information staff as lecturer beginning Spring 2014, teaching graduate students about research methods. Maggie is a long-time supporter of and believer in the NMNW mission.

nomeansno-jennifer-kellerJennifer Keller, Officer
Dr. Keller is a Senior Research Scholar at Stanford University School of Medicine in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and at the Kozmetsky Global Collaboratory (, and she has a small private practice. She has worked extensively with women who experience depression and anxiety. Her research interests focus on healing from and the prevention of violence, as well as examining biological and psychosocial aspects of severe depression.

nomeansno--thuy-ngyenDavid Lisak , Officer
David Lisak is a clinical psychologist who has devoted his professional life to studying the causes and consequences of interpersonal violence. His research on Undetected Rapists, and on the long term impact of childhood sexual abuse in adult men has been published in leading scientific journals. He is a founding Board Member of 1in6, a nonprofit supporting men who were sexually abused, and the founder of the Bristlecone Project, a portrait and video initiative aimed at confronting the stigma that has long been associated with male sexual victimization.