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The Survivor Advocacy & Resource Center (SARC) and the Interpersonal Violence Prevention Team have joined together to form the Center for Advocacy, Prevention & Education (CAPE). CAPE will operate through a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach to provide a continuum of programs and services designed to prevent interpersonal and gender-based violence (IP-GBV), and to support survivors of IP-GBV.
We believe you. We support you. We’re here to advocate alongside you.
Call 541-737-2030 or email [email protected] for safe, confidential advocacy services.
Director of Interpersonal & Gender Based Violence Advocacy
Allison began working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence in early 2000 as a volunteer for a rural crisis hotline while completing her undergraduate degree in Cultural Anthropology at Western Oregon University. Since then, she has remained deeply invested in advocating for survivors through her work with local nonprofits; organizing and building collaborations in local and State government; and providing local and national training that focuses on the development of collaborative community responses to gender-based violence. Allison lives in West Salem with her family and enjoys adventuring outdoors, gardening, and curling up with a good book. She is excited to be a part of the OSU community and looks forward to working together to enhance prevention, response, and support efforts for survivors at Oregon State. Please stop by and say hello!
Survivor Advocate, MPH
Jenna is an OSU Beaver through and through. Having completed both her bachelor's and master's degrees at Oregon State University, Jenna now works as a Survivor Advocate for students who are affected by interpersonal violence. Jenna has a master's in Public Health with an option in Health Promotion and Health Behavior. She has previously worked as the Sexual Violence Prevention Outreach Assistant for OSU, and interned at Sarah's Place, a sexual assault clinic.
Jenna has received training in Survivor-Based Advocacy. She works with the belief that survivors should be in charge of their decisions, and that she is simply here to support them. Whether a student needs help reporting, academic assistance, a referral to CAPS, or just someone to talk to, Jenna is always happy to assist them. Students can reach her via email or by filling out the CAPE Google Form.
Ecampus Survivor Advocate and Outreach Coordinator, MA, ERYT500, YACEP
Jocelyn comes to CAPE with over 15 years of experience in the health and wellness industry as a licensed massage therapist, yoga instructor, meditation teacher, and manager and director of nonprofit and community yoga studios. A born and bred Oregonian, Jocelyn lived all across the U.S. before settling in Corvallis to complete her Masters of Arts degree in Applied Ethics with an emphasis in Yogic Philosophy, Sociology, and Emergent Technologies at Oregon State University. It was during her time as a master’s student that she devised and taught a program addressing the stressors of teaching, learning, and communicating through online synchronous platforms. Trauma-Informed guidance has always been at the forefront of Jocelyn’s work, and she feels that joining the CAPE team brings together her years of contemplative practice, stress management education, and awareness of the ongoing needs of survivors in the academic setting. During her off-time, Jocelyn enjoys hiking, backpacking, snowshoeing, and traveling with her husband and dog. She can always be pinged for a good yoga (virtual or in-person) resource list.
Missy is a trained social worker and certified advocate for survivors. After earning her MSW from Portland State University, she served a domestic violence advocate and program director for over 10 years. She is dedicated to supporting those experiencing the impacts of trauma and stress in accessing resources and connection. Missy discovered her passion for advocacy as an undergrad at Ohio State, where she majored in Women and Gender studies. She got a job with Planned Parenthood on campus and after graduating with her bachelor’s degree, moved to San Francisco, then Portland continuing to advocate for sexual and reproductive justice. Now, Missy is honored to advocate for survivors at OSU. She believes that we must collectively work to end all forms of oppression to effectively address the dynamics of interpersonal violence. Missy lives in Corvallis and loves riding bikes, going on dog walks, crafting, and camping around the Northwest. Missy’s door is always open – all are welcome here!