Stephanie L McClure, director of the women’s center and the Safe@Weber violence prevention and advocacy program, conducts research, develops, implements, and assesses comprehensive violence prevention curriculum and programming for Weber State University; builds and engages coalitions and community partnerships working to end violence, and engages stakeholders in best practice, survivor-centered, trauma-informed policy reform efforts. Stephanie has an M.A. in women, gender, and sexuality studies specializing in violence prevention education and advocacy services for college-aged students. She has trained over 10,000 students, faculty, and staff in various violence prevention education topics, and has been working in the prevention and advocacy field since 2008. Stephanie is passionate about developing and implementing comprehensive prevention programs that speak to the lives of diverse communities and explores the intersections of interpersonal violence, sexual violence, and other forms of oppression. Since 2014 she has been focusing on synthesizing public health theories with queer theory in order to offer a new way to improve future sexual and dating violence prevention curriculum development.