New Council To Stem Sexual Assult Via Mentoring
Tyler Clancy was tapped to the 12-member panel and says he wants to combat a persistent problem that has affected his family and friends.
"Their, I guess, journey has inspired me to take up the mantle and get more men involved into this fight," says Clancy.
"… to educate young men about what’s acceptable, what’s not acceptable," Clancy says, "and it also has ways to break out of cycles of violence in the home."
Clancy and other council members plan to learn the curriculum to share at detention centers and after-school programs around Utah.