V.I.A.’s Editor-In-Chief has been bullied for years, by adults


Yesterday I was given the opportunity to sit down with Janice + Cory on Roundhouse Radio 98.3 to talk about how over the past few years I’ve been bullied online and off, by adults. For good reason the conversations around Pink Shirt Day are generally all about kids, but bullying happens to everyone. Please spend some time with the radio segment we did here then consider how you might be able to contribute to stopping bullying online, and in the workplace.

Cory Ashworth, Bob Kronbauer, Janice Ungaro
Cory Ashworth, Bob Kronbauer, Janice Ungaro

This is part of an ongoing series where I’m taking you behind the scenes of our organization as well as looking at other publications in Vancouver. As the founder of V.I.A. with 19 years experience in online publishing, I’m lifting the veil to give you a better understanding of the business of it. Read more:
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