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Outreach Team

Outreach Team

ENDGBV’s Outreach Team engages New York City communities through a wide variety of public engagement and education efforts, including: conducting workshops and organizing community events for community members and organizations; sharing information through tabling, resource fairs, and supporting community events, as well as through our partnerships with sister agencies and community-based organizations; and building the capacity of local communities to prevent, recognize, and respond to IPV, sex trafficking and elder abuse.

Our work is done in communities across the City, with a special focus on immigrant, youth, vulnerable, and other traditionally underserved communities. Through our myriad community partnerships and by facilitating conversations, art-based practices, and other methods of engagement, we increase community awareness for gender-based violence, and promote resources available to victims and survivors of gender-based violence throughout New York City—including ENDGBV’s own education and prevention trainings and workshops.

If you would like to speak to a Community Liaison about potential collaborations or engagement ideas, or if you would like to invite us to present to your community, organization, or group, please contact the Community Liaison for your borough:

Manhattan
Flore Baptiste (fbaptiste@endgbv.nyc.gov | 212-788-2870)

Staten Island
Mateo Cello (mcello@endgbv.nyc.gov | 212-788-8384)

Brooklyn
Mateo Cello (mcello@endgbv.nyc.gov | 212-788-8384)

Queens
Tesa Arozqueta (tarozqueta@endgbv.nyc.gov | 212-341-2078)

Bronx
Tiziana Nin (tnin@endgbv.nyc.gov | 212-788-6825)

About MAP

The Mayor’s Action Plan for Neighborhood Safety (MAP) is a multi-agency comprehensive initiative aimed at enhancing public safety and strengthening community well-being. It is a targeted approach achieved through collaboration with City agencies and community based organizations (CBO). ENDGBV’s MAP Outreach team maintains a consistent presence in the 15 NYCHA developments citywide that comprise the MAP initiative, conducting targeted outreach, participating in community meetings and events, and working with community members and partners to implement gender based violence-related programming.
Learn more about MAP

Download Outreach Materials

You can now access our outreach materials online. If you don't see what you're looking for, please reach out to us for assistance.