We challenge social norms and transform culture.

WPH addresses sexual misconduct and sexual harassment in the workplace - from government agencies to college campuses. Our proven workshops, tailored trainings and inspiring speaking engagements motivate participants to question status quo.



SMART®, Sexual Misconduct Awareness and Response Training, is for employees (field/office) and supervisors at government agencies and in corporate environments.

20/20™ workshops are designed for faculty, students, and staff at universities and college campuses.

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Customized Training

We offer customized training, tailored to your company, agency and industry. From a 60-minute training to a two-day workshop, we create a safe place for hard conversations and engage your organization at a real and practical level.

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Aili, our company founder, will come to your location to discuss topics such as sexual harassment & misconduct in the workplace, healthy work environments, bystander & upstander intervention, survivor support, and consent, alcohol & healthy sexuality.

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Participants are saying

  • “Aili gave a training last fall. The information was relevant, new, and applicable. The training did a great job of mixing up group conversations, experiences, and various activities. I found the day extremely helpful. Thanks WPH!”

    – U.S. Forest Service, Siuslaw, 2017

    Extremely Helpful
  • “As an HR Manager, I find Aili’s presentations invaluable. She’s engaging and authentic. She encourages the use of humor to ease any tensions. I also appreciate how interactive her presentations are — she requires her attendees to actively participate. Highly recommended.”

    – 2-Towns Cider House, 2018

    Highly Recommended
  • “For supervisors, the role of reporting is important. Ensuring this is well understood is important for liability.”

    – U.S. Forest Service, Vancouver, 2016

    Important for Liability
  • “WPH provides effective and engaging training, uniquely designed to prevent sexual harassment and violence. Having benefited from their services, I’ve gained greater understanding of how to become an advocate on behalf of myself and others to promote awareness and prevention.”

    – The Nature Conservancy, 2017

    Effective and Engaging
  • “I have taken a version of sexual harassment training each year in my five years with the Forest Service. [The SMART®] class was by far the most interactive, educational and inspiring class I have taken.”

    – U.S. Forest Service, Naches, 2016

    Interactive, Educational, and Inspiring
  • “I appreciated Aili Johnston’s focus on preventing harassment and sexual violence before it occurs. Johnston cultivated a safe environment where people felt comfortable speaking. I highly recommend hiring WPH and believe the training will help improve workplace culture and safety.”

    – Oregon State University, 2018

    Improve Workplace Culture & Safety

The Scope of the Problem…

“Center for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking cost employers nearly $8 billion a year in lost productivity, health care costs and earnings.”

“As the Nation’s largest employer, the Federal Government should act as a model in responding” to the effects of domestic violence on its workforce.”
— Barack Obama

“According to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), $52.3 million dollars in damages were received from claims in sexual harassment claims in 2011.”

Studies suggest that between 40-70% of women and between 10-20% of men have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace. 62% of the women targeted took no action.