Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation

Past Events

Past Events

Past Events

2018 Bullying Prevention Conference


Our most recent Bullying Prevention Conference was held on November 5th, 2018 at the Riverside Convention Center. We presented to a group of over 325 professionals who learned about practical tools and resources to create a kinder, inclusive and positive environment that the attendees would be able to replicate and put in place at their schools or organizations.

Subjects consisted of Social-Emotional Learning, Mental Health Practice Management and Suicide Prevention, Digital Citizenship, and Gender Diversity. There were also two special performances from very talented anti-bullying singers.

Thank you to Jessie Fuller, Dr. Nathaniel Currie, Sue Thotz, Dr. Chappell, Devin Walden, and Paige Childs for the amazing presentations and performances that they gave at this year’s conference.

A special thank you to all who attended.

2017 Bullying Prevention Conference


This year’s Bullying Prevention Conference was held on November 13, 2017. Our Keynote Carol Todd spoke about her daughter Amanda Todd and the legacy she left behind to help those who are being cyber bullied and stalked online. School administrators, educators, law enforcement officials, psychologists, youth organization leaders, community representatives, parents all came together to obtain valuable resources from our speakers that included PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, Judy French and the Anti-Defamation League’s Anthony Eftimeo. Mrs. French spoke about creating a Kinder and more inclusive world while Anthony spoke to their “A World of Difference Institute. 

The annual conference also included 2 wonderful performances by Kaiser’s Educational Theatre and Aubree Archibeck and her “Be The Change” Tour. Kaiser performed their “Someone like Me” play that delves into bullying and cyberbullying on a school campus. Ms. Archibeck is an up-coming 13 year old singer, who goes around promoting positivity and uses her voice to inspire others to “Be the Change” and do their part to stop bullying. We were also joined by special guest Travaughn Crawford who shared his story and entertained us with his lyrical poetry.The presentations and performances provided practical tools and resources that attendees could take back to their schools and organizations. Our goal was to create a Kinder, Inclusive and positive environment that the attendees would be able to replicate and put in place.

Thank you to Carol Todd, Anthony Eftimeo, Judy French, Kaiser’s Educational Theatre, Aubree Archibeck with the “Be the Change” tour dancers and Travaughn Crawford for the amazing presentations and performances that they gave at this year’s conference.

2016 Bullying Prevention Conference


The 2016 Bullying Prevention Conference gathered  about 250 school administrators, educators, law enforcement officials, psychologists, youth organization leaders, community representatives, parents and others from Southern California and beyond who are committed to addressing the bullying epidemic. 

The conference presented the most up-to-date knowledge and offered many occasions for structured dialogue regarding bullying.  Presentations were made on the latest anti-bullying research providing practical tools attendees took back to their school and organization. We were successful in raising awareness, promoted workable solutions for preventing bullying and created an exceptional opportunity for professional development.

Thank you to Marc Mero, Joelle Hood, Allison Haynes, Stephan McPeace, Anthony Eftimeo, Jason Bailey, Daniel Castañeda, Holli Kenley and Tony Garcia for the amazing presentations that they gave throughout the day.

2014 Bullying Prevention Conference


The 2014 Bullying Prevention Conference gathered nearly 300 school administrators, educators, law enforcement officials, psychologists, youth organization leaders, community representatives, parents and others from around California and beyond who were committed to addressing the bullying epidemic.

The conference presented the most up-to-date knowledge and offered many occasions for structured dialogue regarding bullying.  A variety of breakout sessions were offered, from presentations on the latest research to gaining insights and practical tools attendees could take back to their school or organization. This conference is designed to raise awareness, promote workable solutions for preventing bullying and create an exceptional opportunity for professional development.