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Lead On! For Peace and Equality in Alaska
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  • Lead On! For Peace and Equality is both an annual  youth leadership mini-summit and a movement of youth working to positively impact their communities and end violence.

    What is the Lead On! Mini-summit?

    Lead On! is a three-day summit for youth leaders ages 13-18 and community partners across Alaska.  Participants come together to develop leadership skills for promoting peace, equality and respect that can be used in their home communities.  Lead On! youth inspire, plan and organize with other youth and adults to work on projects in their communities that promote non-violence and equality in communities.

    To connect to Lead On! youth across Alaska visit our Facebook Page!

    Applications for Lead On! 2014 will be available in June, 2014.

    Want to know more?  For more information on Lead On! or to help plan Lead On! 2014, contact Claudia Plesa at

    2013 Lead On! Video


    2012 Lead On! Video

    2011 Lead On! Video


    Here is a Lead On! Documentary from 2010.

    Watch this Lead On! video clip.

    LEAD ON FALL 2009: THERE IS ALWAYS BEAUTY from Ellen Frankenstein on Vimeo.

    Lead On! founding sponsors have included the Alaska Department of Public Safety- Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault;  Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault; Alaska Department of Health and Social Services: Division of Public Health- Women’s, Children’s and Family Health; Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Alaska Department of Health and Social Services: Division of Behavioral Health; Association of Village Council Presidents; The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention- DELTA Project, Rape Prevention Education; Mat-Su Health Foundation; Alaskan Children’s Trust; Alaskan Native Medical Center; Alaska Native Heritage Center.

    Staff Links

    WordPress Login
    ANDVSA Member Login
    ANDVSA's members are the 18 domestic violence and sexual assault victim service agencies within Alaska. If you have forgotten your password, please contact the Juneau office.

    Contact Information

    Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
    130 Seward St., Suite 214
    Juneau, Alaska 99801
    (907) 586-3650