Consultant, speaker, writer and author of the book Boys Don’t Tell: Ending the Silence of Abuse, Randy Ellison is a child sexual abuse victim’s advocate and an activist promoting legislative and cultural change working with local, state and national organizations. He addresses abuse prevention and healing for survivors from a survivor’s perspective. He is the author of over 180 articles on child sex abuse and besides local and national media interviews, Randy is the subject of several documentaries, including Pursuit of Truth. Randy began his activism as one of Oprah’s 200 Men, male survivors of child sex abuse.
Randy is a member of the Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force. He maintains a website for survivors http://boysdonttell.com
Randy received the Diane Sandler Award for his work in education, awareness and prevention of sexual violence in Southern Oregon in 2013.