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Maddie Hansen

Graduate Assistant

As the graduate assistant for the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center, I work to spread awareness of our center and services across Oregon State's campus.

I train, supervise and coordinate our student volunteers, as well as plan some of our key events throughout the year, such as Take Back the Night and other Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities, and present workshops to different groups on campus.

Before coming to OSU to pursue a Master of Public Health, I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Portland.

Being from Salt Lake City, Utah, I enjoy spending time outdoors on all sorts of adventures with my family, friends, and dogs!

Judy Neighbours, PhD


As Director of the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center, I am one of the confidential advocates and a licensed psychologist.

I have had the honor of working with folks who have experienced unwanted sexual contact and other forms of relationship violence for 5 years at OSU.

Prior to that I worked as a psychologist specializing in trauma and providing court and community consultations on sexual violence and its impact.

I now live in Albany with my partner and 3 fantastic cats and one happy golden doodle.

Kimberly Hack, LCSW


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 previous work involved providing advocacy and counseling services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence and I am excited to continue supporting survivors at Oregon State. 

I also enjoy spending time with my family and friends, including my two Boston Terriers, Wally and Margot.