Green Dot CoordinatorClinical Case ManagerCounseling Center901 Maple Street, Room Gfirstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Graham is the clinical case manager for Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Prior to that, she held the position of sexual violence prevention educator for IUP’s Haven Project, the office on campus responsible for educating the campus community on the issues of sexual violence, domestic/dating violence, consent, stalking, and bystander intervention. She is a certified Green Dot Bystander Intervention Program trainer and the coordinator of the Green Dot Bystander Intervention Advisory Committee. She has been a drug and alcohol counselor and case manager working in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Education in Counselor Education degree from the University of Virginia.
Green Dot CoordinatorSexual Violence Prevention EducatorThe Haven Project901 Maple Street, Room Gemail@example.com
is the sexual violence prevention educator for the Haven Project at Indiana
University of Pennsylvania. She is fortunate enough to work with a graduate
assistant, peer educators, volunteer specialists, and volunteers to bring
education and awareness to students, faculty, and staff on the topics of sexual
violence, domestic/dating violence, bystander intervention (Green Dot), healthy
relationships, consent, and stalking.
Prior to the sexual violence prevention educator position, she
held the position of prevention specialist along with the Armstrong-Indiana
Drug Free Communities project coordinator, student assistant program prevention
liaison, and Narcan coordinator for seven years through the
Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission. She has also worked for
four years as a long-term and daily substitute teacher in local elementary
schools. In 2007, she obtained her bachelor of arts degree in elementary
education, with a minor in educational psychology and a reading concentration,
from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
She is excited to work for the Haven Project and Green Dot to continue to make
an impact on our campus through education, awareness campaigns, and providing
resources and support for victims and survivors of sexual violence.