We believe you.
We know that harassment is real, and happens all the time. If you feel uncomfortable, intimidated, or targeted, we are here for you. Ento-Allies are visible and vetted colleagues available for you to talk to about your concerns, and to support you.
It’s not about us, it’s about you.
We will listen, help you deal with your situation if we can, and inform you about options. If you decide to do nothing and not report, that is OK. Your information is yours; your story is under your control. The Ento-Allies exist to make reporting bad behavior easier, and to help conference attendees get the support they need.
What We Will Do
No matter what you decide, we will support you and listen. What happens is up to you.
You can choose to not report anything; or you can make a formal complaint. Either way, you have our support and we will stay in touch through the process. We will not keep any records for anonymous reporters other than the type of incident and time/date. Keeping your information private and confidential is our promise to you.
What We Don’t Do
We are not enforcers. We exist only to help people find appropriate resources and to provide support.
Who Are We?
The 2020 Ento-Allies are identified by a square button with our logo.
- Gwen Pearson
- Jessica Ware
- Marianne Alleyne
- Andy Suarez
- Anne Nielsen
- Corrie Moreau
- Text or Phone: (available during ESA meetings)
- DM @Ento_Allies on Twitter
- Email us: entoally(at)gmx.com
- Use our online Contact Form
Ento-Allies is not affiliated with the Entomological Society of America or any other entomological organization.