Alison Feigh


Alison Feigh, MS, is the Director of Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, a program of Zero Abuse Project. In her 20+ years of missing children advocacy, she works with students, parents, youth workers, faith leaders, law enforcement and the media to help prevent childhood abuse and abductions. Alison’s work also includes writing curriculum for youth-serving organizations, training professionals about online challenges kids face and advocating for families of the missing. She is the author of two children’s books and co-author of a textbook, “Sex Crimes and Offenders: Exploring Questions of Character and Culture.” She was recently awarded the 2024 Visionary Voice Award from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center.


“Alison was dynamic, on-topic, concise, non-judgmental, inclusive and engaging.”
Junior High Parent
“Phenomenal speaker and trainer; wonderful trainer – could have listened to her for hours.”
“I think kids can relate to you and are hearing this important information in a different, relatable way.”
Junior high school teacher
“Interactive, great information, hands-down favorite, interesting, engaging and passionate.”
“She was a really good speaker and made it more enjoyable by injecting humor to the subject.”
10th grader


Books & Publications

Sex Crimes and Offenders: Exploring Questions of Character and Culture

Structured in five parts, Sex Crimes and Offenders: Exploring Questions of Character and Culture uses healthy sexuality as a back drop for exploring the complicated issue of identifying and punishing sex crimes, defining the parameters of sexualized violence, and sexual violence prevention. The goal is to prevent harm, address hurts, hold perpetrators accountable, and eventually eliminate – to the degree possible – all future harms.

I Can Play It Safe

Here’s help for all adults who want to talk to young children about personal safety. Written by an expert in child safety, this full-color picture book teaches kids (and helps adults reinforce) seven important rules to personal safety in a nonthreatening way.

On Those Runaway Days

Written by an expert in child safety, this book provides kids with an important set of coping strategies to use on those “runaway days.” Strategies include deep breathing, listening to gut instincts, seeking out and talking to trusted adults, and remembering they are loved—all of which will help them handle high-stress situations throughout life.