Tyler Clementi Foundation Executive Director Jason Cianciotto Announces Departure as Part of Jane Clementi’s Transition to Chief Executive Officer

Jason Cianciotto, who joined the Tyler Clementi Foundation (TCF) in September 2017 as Executive Director, has announced that his tenure will be completed at the end of 2018. This follows Jane Clementi’s October announcement about expanding her role to become TCF’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Cianciotto has been helping to facilitate this transition. “Like so

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How Tyler Clementi’s mother found faith after son’s suicide

When Jane Clementi’s 18-year-old son, Tyler, died by suicide after his college roommate outed his sexuality online, Jane leaned on her beliefs and found new purpose. With a renewed spirit, Jane shares her journey with TODAY on December 19, 2018.

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Tyler Clementi Foundation Launches Anti-Bullying Toolkit for 
Christian Communities

True Faith Doesn't Bully

Today, the Tyler Clementi Foundation announced the launch of the #Day1 Toolkit for Christian communities. The toolkit creates a simple, effective and empowering framework for stopping, and ultimately ending, bullying, beginning on the first day of any Sunday school or youth group. This new toolkit, specifically geared toward Christian communities and churches, joins those previously

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Tyler Clementi Foundation Announces New Development Director

Today the Tyler Clementi Foundation announced that it is bringing on 20-year fundraising veteran Michael Barret Jones to serve as development director. Jones has a track record of delivering for arts, education and social welfare organizations in the tri-state area. The foundation hired Jones to help build the organization’s first seven-figure budget as it looks

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Tyler Clementi Foundation Emphasizes Early Bullying Prevention Efforts Following AT&T Survey on Cyberbullying, Online Behavior

Half of teens report they have experienced some form of cyberbullying, according to a new survey of New York City teens, parents of teens and millennial parents of young children. Yet, the survey finds, teens hide their behavior from their parents, even though nearly half of parents believe they have taken sufficient steps to monitor their children’s behavior. “The survey’s

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Jane Clementi Named First Chief Executive Officer of Anti-Bullying Foundation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 25, 2018 CONTACT: Meredith MacKenzie, West End Strategy Team, MMacKenzie@westendstrategy.com, (202) 776-7700 NEW YORK —The Tyler Clementi Foundation named Jane Clementi as its first chief executive officer, effective November 5, at its annual gala, the Upstander Legacy Celebration, on Monday, October 22, in New York City, which recognized former Second Lady Tipper Gore

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Jane Clementi on Anniversary of Matthew Shepard’s Death

Press Statement: October 11, 2018Contact: Meredith MacKenzie, West End Strategy Team, 202-412-4270, mmackenzie@westendstrategy.com NEW YORK – Friday, October 12, marks the 20th anniversary of the brutal murder of Matthew Shepard, the 21-year-old Wyoming college student who was beaten and left to die because he was gay. Jane Clementi, co-founder of the Tyler Clementi Foundation, lost her son Tyler to suicide after he became

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Co-founder of Tyler Clementi Foundation on National Coming Out Day

Press Statement: October 10, 2018 Contact: Meredith MacKenzie, West End Strategy Team, 202-412-4270, mmackenzie@westendstrategy.com NEW YORK – In recognition of Thursday, Oct. 11 as National Coming Out Day, Jane Clementi, co-founder of the Tyler Clementi Foundation, who lost her son Tyler to suicide after he became the victim of homophobic cyber bullying, released the following statement: “Coming Out Day should be

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Co-founder of Tyler Clementi Foundation on Bullying Prevention Month

NEW YORK – In recognition of October as Bullying Prevention Month, Jane Clementi, co-founder of the Tyler Clementi Foundation, who lost her son Tyler to suicide after he was viciously cyberbullied as a freshman at Rutgers University in 2010, released the following statement: “Bullying has no single cause and takes no single form, but it can be prevented.

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tarte cosmetics launches its first-ever #kissandmakeup school tour in support of October’s National Bullying Prevention Month

NEW YORK, Oct. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — tarte cosmetics, in partnership with the Tyler Clementi Foundation (The Tyler Clementi Foundation), is taking its anti-bullying #kissandmakeup initiative on the road for a first-ever nationwide school tour to support October’s National Bullying Prevention month. Kicking off October 2 in LA & ending October 30 in NYC, the tour will hit six major US

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