I was inspired to start Payton's Place after a student came to me asking for advise on how to start a movement on campus. Prior to that moment I knew the movement I created the year before was big, but I didn't know it had the power to inspire the next generation of student activists. 

I created Payton's Place to give students the blueprint of how to create long term change on their campus, but it's also a space for Universities to look at how they can work with their students as well so everyone wins. We all have a common goal as students and administrators, but achieving that goal may be difficult. Payton's Place is here to simplify the process for everyone.