About Us

Me Too Springfield affirms that empowering people with the tools necessary to change social norms is essential to establishing a safer community. We accomplish this through educational initiatives, including comprehensive sex education courses, consent training, and rape culture awareness. With transparency and robust communication, Me Too Springfield utilizes partnerships and resources to offer support and community to local survivors.

Why We're Here

Our mission is to increase awareness, encourage conversations about sexual assault and harassment, and support survivors.

  • 98/sec someone is sexually assaulted.
  • 8/min the victim is a child
  • 1/6 women are survivors
  • 1/33 men are survivors
  • 6/1000 rapists will go to prison

Sexual assault affects hundreds of thousands of people every year in different ways; whether it be emotional, psychological, and/or physical. According to RAINN.org, we are making progress - the number of assaults has fallen by more than half since 1993. However, there is still so much more work to be done. Only 6 out of every 1,000 rapists will end up in prison. We're working to change that number.  Rainn.org


  • Jordan Harris


    Jordan is one of the founders of Me Too Springfield, as well as an American Sexual Health Association Ambassador. She is a graduate of Southwest Baptist University, where she learned her craft to establish Jordan Harris Designs as a graphic designer and photographer. She has a passion for spreading awareness about the issue of sexual assault, and helping the survivors of it.

  • Kelsey Nichol

    Vice President/Treasurer

    Kelsey is one of the founders of Me Too Springfield and a sexual assault survivor. She is graduating in December with a Psychology degree and a minor in Counseling and Music. Kelsey hopes to work with foster kids and families. She and her husband, Jacob, own Plague Coffee Roasters. They have 2 ornery cats - Nox and Nymphadora; and a lovable German Shepherd, Ahsoka.

  • Sarah Bargo


    Sarah is a higher education communications and marketing professional by day, and an activist, organizer, and entrepreneur by night. She holds a B.S. in Anthropology from Missouri State University, with a minor in Sociology. She lives in Rogersville with her husband, Clint, and two children, Cain and Ella.

Events & Classes

We strive to bring positive change to our community. We do this in a few different ways. One way is by providing local survivors with support at fun events, and giving them a platform to share their stories. Check out the events we have going on below!

We are also proud to offer public and private educational classes where we teach about consent, body autonomy, sexual health, contraceptives, body image, rape culture, the role of sex in a healthy relationship, and more. Fill out the form below to have us come and teach to your church, fraternity, sorority, club, or group!

In The News

Keep up with our media mentionings and offical statements.