2023 Fellow

Kenyora Parham
End Rape On Campus


Personal Bio

Originally desiring to become an engineer, Kenyora, a survivor of campus sexual assault, has spent the better part of the 15+ years of her career working to build systems and pathways designed for the advancement of historically underrepresented and systematically marginalized communities.

As the Executive Director of End Rape On Campus, Kenyora leads a small but mighty team of impassioned individuals who serve as stewards of intersectional survivor-centered program design and innovation, grassroots mobilization and policy reform.

Described by stakeholders as a solutions-orientated, values-driven and empathetic leader, Kenyora is deeply involved in public service affiliations including Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, President of the African-American Alumnae/i Association of Simmons University, and Advisory Board member for The Every Voice Coalition and Culture of Respect.

Project Description

End Rape On Campus works to end campus sexual violence through support, education, and policy reform centering on historically excluded and systemically marginalized student survivors. Our Campus Accountability Map & Tool, the first of its kind, is a national digital platform that will allow current and prospective student survivors and their communities to view information on each institution’s sexual assault investigation policies, prevention efforts, and survivor support resources including high-level statistics on definitions, trainings, sanctions, and investigations. It will not only provide an external resource to fill a gap left by campuses, but may put pressure on universities to consider the survivor experience, resulting in campuses implementing an intentional, holistic, and long-term plan to address and ultimately prevent campus sexual assault.