Jackson Katz and his organization, MVP Strategies, provide a range of gender violence prevention training, presentations and consulting services to all branches of the United States Armed Forces, as well as select militaries around the world.
In 1997, Dr. Katz created and directed the first system-wide gender violence prevention program in the United States Marine Corps, the first such program in the Department of Defense. The MVP model is a critical component of Navy training. Educational materials developed by Katz are widely used in military gender violence prevention training in all of the services.
- Leadership training in gender violence prevention for senior and junior officers.
- Leadership training in gender violence prevention for senior and junior enlisted leaders.
- Professional trainings for SARCs, SAPR, and SHARP staffs, including military and civilian advocates.
- Professional Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) Strategies trainings of trainers.
- “Big room” presentations to troops and others.
- The United States Marine Corps
- The United States Navy
- The United States Air Force
- The United States Army
- The Australian Army