WHOA is a volunteer organization founded in 1997 to fight online harassment through education of the general public, education of law enforcement personnel, and empowerment of victims. We've also formulated voluntary policies which we encourage online communities to adopt in order to create safe and welcoming environments for all internet users.
Our president, Jayne Hitchcock, is a cyberbullying and cybercrime expert and regularly speaks at conferences training law enforcement personnel and other interested parties, as well as schools (elementary, middle and high), colleges/universities, libraries and more
Our volunteers work with people currently experiencing online harassment, and help others to learn how to avoid such harassment or minimize its impact if it does occur. Our president, Jayne Hitchcock, regularly speaks at various conferences and seminars, training law enforcement personnel and other interested parties. She also lobbies for better federal and state laws to deter cyberstalkers and give victims more options to stop harassment. Jayne and some of our other volunteers are also available for press interviews.
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For more tips, resources, and information about cyberstalking, identity and other related situations, visit the web site of the book Net Crimes & Misdemeanors, written by our president, Jayne A. Hitchcock.
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Introducing WHOA's new spokesperson
Kourtney Compton is a professional model, full time student and is currently running for Miss Utah USA with hopes to continue onto Miss USA. Her current focus other than the Miss Utah USA pageant is to advance her career in professional modeling as well as continue her education in journalism with sports emphasis through her internships.
Kourtney is actively involved with NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) and often has spoken at graduations and other events to inspire and educate the youth of their program.
On May 14, 2011, Kourtney became Miss Teen Utah-World 2011. She also was chosen as first runner up in Miss Teen Utah USA 2010. The Miss Teen Utah-World Program is devoted to stopping bullying among our youth. They are officially partnered with The Bully Suicide Project to help put an end to this so she is no stranger to our efforts.
Through her own personal experiences of cyber bullying and harassment Kourtney is excited to join WHO@ as a Spokesperson to continue her work with stopping bullying in all its forms. She looks forward to advancing public education and actively advocating changes in our laws to help stop such harassment.
Kourtney is also very involved with other charities, including the American Diabetes Association. She became passionate about this cause when her father was diagnosed with a severe case of type A diabetes.
Kourtney has been involved in modeling and promotional work for several years now and balances an extremely diverse schedule between her modeling, pageant, promotional and charitable events, and being a full time student. She is currently studying Mass Communications at the University of Utah.
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