Get Involved

As part of our community, there are many opportunities for you to get involved, from sharing your knowledge and expertise in trust and safety to providing leadership and mentorship to your fellow trust and safety professionals. Involvement opportunities can be as minimal as signing up for our newsletter and attending our events, to joining one of our working groups to help TSPA craft resources for teams like yours across the industry.

Get Our Newsletter

The simplest way to get involved is to sign up for our newsletter, if you haven’t yet. Once a month, we’ll send you the latest on what we’re up to, what’s new in the trust & safety field, and lots of other interesting information.

Become a Volunteer

We are always up to something, so we often have volunteer opportunities or other ways you can be involved. We don’t have volunteer opportunities available right now, but when we do, we’ll post a sign-up link in this section.

Become an Advisor

As an advisor to TSPA, you may be called upon to provide us with knowledge or insight to help us truly understand the challenges and opportunities for the trust and safety field. We seek advisors from diverse backgrounds and experiences so that we can ensure that our programs and services meet the needs of trust and safety professionals.

If you’re interested in helping TSPA and supporting the trust and safety community by lending your expertise and perspective, let us know

Join Our Events

Join our events when you’ve got time! We’ll be hosting a variety of in-person and virtual events each month. Some of our events are open to the public, while others are members-only. Keep an eye out for them in our newsletter and on our website.

If, as a member, you’re interested in hosting an event with us or would like us to host an event on a specific topic, reach out to us with your ideas or requests

Join a Working Group

TSPA’s working groups develop focused programs, guides, resources to share with the trust and safety field. These working groups are comprised of trust and safety professionals with varying levels of experience, all with a passion to share what they know and help others in the field.

We have four working groups this year: the Trust & Safety Curriculum, Vendor Directory, Compensation Survey, and TrustCon working groups. Working group participation is only open to members; if you are a member and are interested in joining, sign up here.

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