Kristen Houser is a leading expert on sexual violence. With decades of experience in the field, Houser is a go-to source for context and expert opinion to national, regional, and international media on sexual assault issues and cases. Houser is currently a lead spokesperson for the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC), the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape and Raliance, a national partnership working to end sexual violence in one generation. She provides expert opinion, context and facts about sexual assault to media covering high-profile cases, including those of Bill Cosby and Jerry Sandusky. Houser is regularly cited as an authority by major daily newspapers and industry publications — including the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Huffington Post, Forbes, and others — and has appeared as a guest on numerous broadcast networks to offer expert perspective. She graduated from Penn State in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in Human Development & Family Studies and a minor in Women’s Studies, and earned her Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 2005.
Uber ends forced arbitration for victims of sexual assault
Atlanta Journal Constitution [May 15, 2018]
Bill Cosby's conviction was hailed as a #MeToo victory. But advocates say more needs to be done.
NBC News [May 3, 2018]
With #MeToo’s critics growing, will backlash against movement help Cosby’s defense?
WHYY [April 9, 2018]
Smart Talk on WITF FM [October 17, 2017]
The Cosby Trial, Explained
www.Mic.com (Published on their Facebook page) [June 9, 2017]
Terrifying Report Reveals That Sexual Violence At School Begins Long Before College
Huffington Post [May 11, 2017]
Reminder: ‘Groping’ And ‘Unwanted Kissing’ Is Definitely Sexual Assault
Huffington Post [October 13, 2016]
Training men and boys to honor women in the age of #MeToo
CNN.com [November 9, 2017]