Allison Tombros Korman, MHS, is the senior director of Culture of Respect, which builds the capacity of educational institutions to end sexual violence through ongoing, expansive organizational change. In her role, Allison works to ensure that all higher education institutions, wherever they may be on the road to creating their own campus’ culture of respect, have the resources they need to achieve this mission and the opportunity to learn from evidence-based research and the best practices of their colleagues. Allison brings to Culture of Respect more than fifteen years’ experience in health policy, programming, and education with an emphasis on sexual and reproductive health and rights. She has provided management, support, and technical assistance to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and served as the associate director of education for the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP) in Washington, DC.
Sarice Greenstein, MPH, is the assistant director of Culture of Respect. She has worked for two years supporting over 65+ institutions of higher education in their participation in the Collective and the CORE Blueprint pilot program. Sarice brings over five years of rich public health experience including managing an HIV prevention program in Texas, coordinating clinical training in New York State, and providing technical assistance to Planned Parenthood grantees in Guatemala. She is passionate about sex-positive approaches to healthy sexuality, evidence-based prevention, and rigorous program evaluation in public health. Sarice completed her Master of Public Health in 2016 with a certificate in sexuality, sexual and reproductive health from the Mailman School at Columbia University. She graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in sociology from Wesleyan University in 2010.