We provide 24/7 confidential and legally privileged advocacy services for all members of the OSU community. Our advocates are highly trained to provide comprehensive, nonjudgmental wraparound care utilizing trauma-informed and anti-oppression approaches.   

Advocate. Empower. Support.

Call 541-737-2030 or email survivoradvocacy@oregonstate.edu for safe, confidential advocacy services.

 

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Our Advocates

Becca Williams

Director, Survivor Advocacy Resource Center

I have worked in the field of gender equity for the last ten years as an advocate for survivors of interpersonal violence, and as an ally working alongside diverse groups on social justice issues.  I have worked in rape crisis centers, domestic violence shelters, reproductive health clinics, and on college campuses.

I was born and raised in Santa Barbara, California, and I have lived on five continents, speak Spanish, and have traveled to over 25 countries working on equity issues.  I'm thrilled to embark on this adventure and to be part of the OSU community!

Kimberly Hack, LCSW

Advocate, Survivor Advocacy Resource Center

I am an advocate and licensed clinical social worker with the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center.

I am originally from Michigan, where I earned both my bachelor and master degrees from the University of Michigan and worked as social worker for community non-profits. My social work career has focused on serving families and individuals impacted by interpersonal violence. Prior to becoming a social worker, I also volunteered with organizations that support survivors, which means I’ve been in this field since college! Now, I am excited to be advocating for survivors in our community at Oregon State.

I also enjoy exploring the PNW and spending time with my family and friends, including my two Boston Terriers, Margot and Charlie.