Naman Gupta (He/Him), Computer Science, email@example.com
Naman is a Computer Science PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison collaborating with the MadS&P Security & Privacy and Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI). He is advised by Prof. Rahul Chatterjee in ChatRG lab and closely collaborate with Prof. Kate Walsh in Preventing Interpersonal Violence and Overcoming Trauma (PIVOT) lab. His primary research interests lie at the intersection of computer security, privacy, sociology and psychology from a feminist and trauma-informed perspective. Specifically, he works on critiquing and designing safe and usable technological interventions for the at-risk populations like the survivors of Intimate Partner Violence and Sexual Violence. Further, he volunteers for the Madison Tech Clinic. He cares about reclaiming agency, privacy and anonymity from the hands of corporate overlords.
Padideh Hassanpour (She/Her), Psychology, firstname.lastname@example.org
Padideh is a clinical psychology doctoral student. Her interests center on understanding the psychological effects of sexual violence (e.g., shame) and their role in the development of and treatment for post-trauma psychopathology. She is interested in developing and strengthening trauma-informed interventions for survivors with diverse identities.
Linnea Hjelm (She/Her), Civil Society and Community Research, email@example.com
Linnea explores youth leadership in local community-based sexual violence prevention efforts. She continues a partnership with the RCC Sexual Violence Resource Center to implement participatory and youth-engaged program evaluation of a co-created primary prevention curriculum in high schools and colleges/universities in Dane County.
Taylan Stulting (They/Them), Social Work, firstname.lastname@example.org
Taylan is a doctoral student in the Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work. They study
gender-based violence, violence against queer and trans people, child sexual abuse, and transgender resilience and healing.
Stephanie Ward (She/Her), Psychology, email@example.com
Stephanie is a clinical psychology doctoral student. She studies the intersection of sexual violence, substance use, and psychopathology, with a particular interest in the perpetration of substance-facilitated sexual aggression.
Laura Zimmerman (She/Her), Social Work, firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura is a doctoral student in the Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work. She studies mental health and mental illness, gender-based violence, intersectionality and critical theories.