The Prevention Innovations leadership team directs the unit’s initiatives and projects and is made up of researchers and practitioners with expertise in violence prevention, research, evaluation and direct services fields. We work nationally and internationally with colleges and universities, local, state and national organizations, and the U.S. military. Our funding includes current and previous support from: the U.S. Office of Victims of Crime, the Office of Violence Against Women, the Family Violence Prevention Fund, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institute of Justice, the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence and the New Hampshire Department of Justice.
Undergraduate Research Assistants & Interns
PIRC Graphic Design Intern
Sierra Garbin is a student at Great Bay Community College, very close to graduating with her Associates in Digital Media Communications. With a passion for social justice and design alike, she has taken the opportunity to work with PIRC as they develop this year’s marketing strategies and materials. Continuing her work from the Fall semester, she will design educational toolkits for RA’s, social media posts, merchandise, and advertising. Sierra is excited to learn more about design and its relation to customer and business desires. Her passion lies in the arts and she is very excited to make it part of her career. Other passions of hers include nature and hiking, spinning poi, seeing live music and podcasts, and food.
PIRC Communications Intern