Greeks Against Sexual Assault (GASA)

The goal of Greeks Against Sexual Assault (GASA) is to train members of fraternities and sororities so they can then positively influence their peers by challenging social norms that promote gender-based violence; understanding their connection to survivors of gender-based violence; and role modeling effective bystander interventions. The weekly meetings will explore issues of gender, privilege, social justice and how we can stop sexual assault and interpersonal violence, specifically within the Greek community.

This program is co-sponsored by the UConn Women’s Center and the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Development (CFSD).


Meet Our Facilitators

Hi! I’m Klaudia and I am currently a fourth-year student majoring in Political Science and Human Rights with minors in Sociology and Crime & Justice. I have been a co-facilitator for GASA for a year now and so far, it has been one of the most rewarding experiences at UConn. I inspire to help influence others to go against things that promote gender-based violence within the Greek community. I am hopeful that through GASA that can empower others to speak out against sexual assault and promote the true meaning of sisterhood and brotherhood.







Hey y’all! My name is Xavion, but you can call me Zay for short. I am a Junior undergraduate Psychological Sciences major with a Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies minor. This is my first semester as a GASA co-facilitator, but I was a part of the Spring 2023 GASA cohort, which helped spark my interest in furthering my involvement with this program. I have enjoyed every step we have taken with this program so far this year. My goals are to help with the growth of GASA, and influence those involved in the Greek community to tackle those conversations and assumptions of sexual assault, gender-based violence, and evoke awareness and care between one another and others involved.






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