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It all started with a Kickstarter...

On this day 2 years ago, you took a chance on an idea. You decided that the way we train individuals on sexual harassment in the workplace needed to change. And from that impact and determination, the comic book Define the Line was created. You rallied behind us, showed us that the "crazy idea" we had wasn't was so crazy, and that our world was ready for something new.

A lot has happened in the last 2 years. And we feel incredibly grateful to each and every one of you for your contributions and dedication to sparking change in your organizations, on your teams, and in the world.

Define the Line has impacted over 3,000 people (and counting) and it's all because of you! Because you took a chance on an idea and made it into a reality. And for that, we are eternally grateful.

As we look to the future and how we can impact those that need it most, we first wanted to take a trip down memory lane and share some of the highlights from the last two years.

Moriah helps bring the comic book pages to life and creates images that show how sexual harassment shows up in our workplaces today.

Define the Line comic book sketch drawings

Define the Line's work to impact women (and men) in the workplace is nominated for the Marcile N. Wood award.

Tina Todd & Nikki Larchar Marcile N. Wood Award Nominee award

The amazing Kickstarter backers (that's you!) get their Define the Line rewards just in time for the holidays.

Tina Todd from Define the Line fulfilling Kickstarter Rewards

Define the Line receives the Spark Award from the Better Business Bureau for the positive impact work we do.

Nikki Larchar and Tina Todd of Define the Line Spark Award

Define the Line gets 5th place in its first-ever pitch competition. And while we didn't take home the grand prize, we sure did learn a lot!

Define the Line pitch competition.

Define the Line tries to grab the attention of Ellen DeGeneres (and they're still trying to this day!).

Define the Line comic book image with Ellen DeGeneres

Define the Line's work is featured in publications across the U.S.

Publications Define the Line has been featured in. HR bartender, The Skimm, Bizwest, SHRM, Workforce Magazine, Diversity Woman, NPR

Define the Line partners with Tell Jane to launch the British English version of Define the Line in the UK.

Define the Line Nikki Larchar and Tell Jane Lisa Bell

The world gains over 3,000 Define the Line allies who are ready to speak up, define their line, and create change in their organizations.

Sexual Harassment Prevention training for employees and conferences

It has been an incredible journey over the last few years and we can't wait to see what the next two years have in store. As we look towards the future, we're excited to announce a few things:

The Define the Line comic book is getting a NEW cover! The artwork will be from the incredibly talented, Melania Badosa (IG @melaniab_ilustracion). Be sure to join the Define the Line online communities (@definethelinecomic) to be the first to see the new cover!

Define the Line has been translated into Spanish! In a few weeks, the Spanish Edition will make its premiere on the online store.

We're hosting LIVE interactive virtual training sessions! This is the first time we're hosting training sessions that are open to anyone, anywhere. We're so excited to train allies from around the globe. Keep tabs on the next training sessions here:

We're getting ready to start work on the next comic book! Be sure to get your name on the mailing list to get sneak peeks, find out how you can become a comic book character, and more!

Thank you for being on this journey with us. For celebrating the wins with us. For being there through the losses. And for being the incredible human being you are. THANK YOU!

Cheers to the next 2 years!

Your friends and allies,

Nikki & Tina

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