Elise is the coordinator of Sexual Violence Prevention Programs at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, where she manages federally funded research projects related to sexual violence prevention and response. In the past, she has also worked as research staff on UA projects focused on the health of women and adolescent girls, primarily in sexual health, trauma, girls in the juvenile justice system and evidence-based substance abuse prevention, treatment and recovery programming. She received her undergraduate degree in public administration from UA's Eller College of Management, double-majoring in public policy and management and criminal justice administration. She subsequently earned a Master of Public Health degree from UA in maternal and child health, and is currently a Doctorate of Public Health student. She is the mom of two rambunctious kids and is proud to serve on CSW's Family Care Workgroup.