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Blog:Child Assault Prevention (CAP)

Manny Becerra as a child

March 2013

During the last year, I was honored and privileged to be able to assist the good people at Child Assault Prevention (CAP) with making updates to their website, ensuring their content was up-to-date with their work and the meaningful impact they have in the community, specifically with striving to empower children to be "Safe, Strong, and Free".

Child Assault Prevention Logo

Through education and prevention programs designed to increase children's safety from bullying, abuse and assault, CAP is committed to breaking the cycle of abuse in our community.

Through its programs, CAP teaches children to recognize and deal with dangerous situations. Using role-plays and songs, practicing standing up to a bully, safety rules around strangers, who to go to for help when needed (mom, dad teachers, counselor, etc.) and much more.

If you're looking to support a good cause, or want to get involved with helping children and families in Nevada through facilitative workshops, check out Child Assault Prevention. The organization is spearheaded by, Rebecca LeBeau, who is an incredible person and leader, and is supported by facilitators, community volunteers, and an active Board of Directors who are all committed to breaking the cycle of abuse in our community


I am human, a father, and a problem solver: a tech and people leader with a passion and proven track-record in building and leading compassionate, productive teams—remote and on-site—within a continuous learning culture. My teams and I champion usable, inclusive digital products and online experiences. My work, passion and intentions also intersect with advising small businesses and political campaigns, life-long learning, outdoor advocacy, community building, and uplifting others. Learn more about Manny