- PAVE is the only national nonprofit that works both to prevent sexual assault and heal survivors through social advocacy, prevention education, and survivor support.
- PAVE has trained more than 50,000 college students and 2,500 professionals and maintains over 50 chapters and affiliates across the country.
- PAVE was founded in February 2001 by Angela Rose as a student organization at the University of WI-Madison in response to her own experience of being kidnapped from a shopping mall and sexually assaulted at the age of seventeen. It has since grown into a multi-national 501C3 nonprofit organization.
- PAVE’s work has been featured on many national media outlets including CNN, Today Show, Oprah Winfrey Network and a special edition of 48 Hours on CBS.
Principal, Essergy Consulting
Huntington Beach, CA
- Jacquelyn W. White, Ph.D., Emerita Professor of Psychology
Senior Research Scientist
Center for Women’s Health & Wellness
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Co-Chair, National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence (www.npeiv.org)
- Zoё D. Peterson, Ph.D.
Director of the Sexual Assault Research and Education Program
Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences
University of Missouri-St. Louis
- Kristen N. Jozkowski PhD
Assistant Professor of Community Health
University of Arkansas
Research Fellow, The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, & Reproduction
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- Dominique Maderal | Wisconsin
- Jean Ruggiero | Connecticut
- Carla Westlund | California