Miami, FL – Attorney Rielo was honored in November 2019, during NVEEE’s 10 year anniversary celebration with a 2019 Upstander Award for her “ powerful contribution to NVEEE’s mission of preventing bullying, violence and suicide”.

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On November 6, 2019 at Florida International University during it's 10th Anniversary Celebration, Nveee awarded Attorney Rielo with it's Upstander Award for her powerful contribution in assisting to bring awareness against Bullying and Suicide and Violence among Youth, Families, and Communities through Direct Service, Mentoring, and Prevention Education.

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NVEEE is a national 501(c)(3) bullying and suicide prevention nonprofit established in October 2009. They are a diverse team of educators, business leaders, social workers, mental health professionals, parents, and students who are committed to youth leadership, turning bystanders into upstanders, mentoring programs, and providing prevention education.

NVEEE provides interactive bullying and suicide prevention education to k-12 school communities (including parents, teachers, administrators, and support staff), universities, community organizations, faith-based communities and workplaces. Many of Their programs are co-facilitated by students in their leadership programs who have direct experiences as targets of bullying, or are former bystanders to situations involving bullying.

Peace Ambassador Leadership Program

This program gives youth the ability to become trained leaders and co-facilitators of NVEEE’s “Be Upstanding” Bullying and Suicide Prevention Curriculum. Students receive training in public speaking, leadership, conflict resolution and more. They also participate in service learning projects throughout the year.

Peace Ambassador Leadership Summit

PALS is a dynamic experience where students earn service hours, enjoy university campus life, and receive training in leadership, public speaking, empathy, life-skills, college/career prep, and more. PALS is hosted at Florida International University, University of Central Florida, and Georgetown University.

College Internship Program

Internships are offered year round, and students may receive academic credit based on the requirements of their institution. Areas of need include: marketing, graphic design, public relations, event planning, video production/editing, community outreach, fundraising, research, web support, and curriculum support.

Mentoring Program

Students in high school and college participate in our peer-to-peer and adult-to-teen mentoring program, meant to empower youth and young adults to become leaders, advocates, and agents of change in their personal and professional endeavors, by providing life skills and fostering personal growth through mentoring.