PAVE January 2017

PAVE

PAVE Logo VerticalThis group of dedicated sexual violence prevention peer educators are working toward a safer, happier, and healthier UD.

Sexual violence happens on college campuses, but through education and bystander intervention we can fight back.

Learn More:

PAVE: Who We Are

PAVE Dean of Students

Meet Your PAVE Members


Kayla Berry

Kayla Berry

Year: Senior

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Why PAVE?: I have seen the affects of sexual assault first hand on our campus and I hope to help stop something like that from happening to another person.

Fun Fact: I'm left handed


Casey Boland

Casey Boland

Year: Senior

Major: Environmental Biology

Why PAVE?: I am a part of PAVE because I know too many people that are affected by sexual assault and I really don't want to know any more.

Fun Fact: I wear a dress almost every day, I take my kitten on walks, and I can do 11 pirouettes.


Brooke Diviak

Brooke Diviak

Year: Junior

Major: Psychology and English

Why PAVE?: Sexual violence is a very prominent issue in our world.  I got involved in PAVE to try and put an end to sexual violence and to help give survivors the support they need and deserve.

Fun Fact: I can make a balloon dog.


Maria Gordon

Maria Gordon

Year: Sophomore

Major: Art Education

Why PAVE?: I applied to PAVE because I want to help spread awareness about sexual assault and violence and do my part to make campus feel like a safer place for everyone.

Fun Fact: ¡Soy bilingüe!


Tom Graf

Tom Graf

Year: Sophomore

Major: Undecided

Why PAVE?: I joined PAVE because nobody deserves to go through abuse or assault. I want to do my part to help make UD a safer and happier place. 

Fun Fact: I've read every Harry Potter book 8 times.


Meghan Grys

Meghan Grys

Year: Sophomore

Major: Intervention Specialist Education

Why PAVE?:  I have a friend who is a survivor of sexual assault and have seen the effects that it can have on people. I want to help educate others so that together we can bring an end to power-based personal violence on our campus and beyond so that no one else suffers as my friend did. 

Fun Fact: I studied martial arts for ten years and am a First Degree Black Belt.


Delanie Harrington

Delanie Harrington

Year: Senior

Major: English

Why PAVE?: I believe everyone has the right to feel safe and enjoy college and their education.

Fun fact: I'm from San Diego.


Emily Haynes

Emily Haynes

Year: Senior

Major: History & Women's and Gender Studies

Why PAVE?: I want to make a difference and spread a positive message in our community surrounding the issue of sexual assault that is so personal to me and to plenty of other students at UD. It is a concrete way to help change the culture around us.

Fun fact: Harry Styles waved at me once.

Emily Jones

Emily Jones

Year: Sophomore

Major: Biochemistry

Why PAVE?: I'm talkative and willing to put myself out there and so I figured I should put those qualities to a good use, and what better platform than one that raises awareness and educates on handling sexual assault on the campus I love!

Fun fact: I'm a goalkeeper for the women's soccer team here at UD and I can play the violin, viola, and ukulele, but not simultaneously.

Julia Karlsson

Julia Karlsson

Year: Sophomore

Major: Pre-medicine and psychology

Why PAVE?: Sexual violence is a big issue, but on college campuses and in society, and it cannot be solved by not talking about it.  PAVE gives me a chance to educate people about recognizing and preventing sexual violence.

Fun Fact: Swedish is my first language.


Megan McKelvey

Megan McKelvey

Year: Junior

Major: English

Why PAVE?: Sexual violence is a serious issue that has affected the lives of many. I’ve always wanted to get involved and make a difference, so when I learned about PAVE, I knew this was a program for me. I joined PAVE to help put an end to sexual violence.  

Fun Fact: When I was nine, a horse fell on top of me. 


Elise McTamaney

Elise McTamaney

Year: Junior

Major: History

Why PAVE?: I joined PAVE because I want to help prevent sexual assault on campus and learn more about it in the process.

Fun Fact: I was born in Singapore.


Caleb Negron

Caleb Negron

Year: Senior

Major: Sociology

Why PAVE?: I believe the bystander effect is a huge a factor to why sexual assault remains, but I also believe that PAVE provides the tools to combat the issue. 

Fun Fact: I like putting ice in my milk when I eat cereal, don't judge. 


Dylan Page

Dylan Page

Year: Sophomore

Major: International Studies

Why PAVE?: Mostly due to personal reasons, but I feel my job as a human being is to prevent people from treating others like they are less than one. 

Fun fact: I tried to prove the Collatz Conjecture but gave up after nearly a year of attempts and inconclusive results; I have a whole thesis paper on the calculations. 


Eric Schutter

Eric Schutter

Year: Junior

Major: Sport Management

Why PAVE?: I wanted to be part of a group that was making a difference.

Fun Fact: I played Rugby in high school.

Jacob Scott PAVE

Jake Scott

Year: Sophomore

Major: Pre Medicine and Psychology

Why PAVE?: I joined PAVE because I want to help people I see every day at school to feel safer and more aware of sexual violence on campus.

Fun Fact: I want to live in Seattle someday.


Olivia Scott

V Scott

Year: Senior

Major: Psychology and Sociology double major

Why PAVE?: I got involved with PAVE because all the people are really awesome and I believe that no one should ever be sexually assaulted.

Fun fact: I can drive a stick shift.


Joshua Segalewitz

Josh Segalewitz

Year: Sophomore

Major: Mathematics

Why PAVE?: I joined PAVE because I think the best way to prevent violence on college campuses is to educate people about how to stop it from happening, and I wanted to be a part of the group responsible for that education. 

Fun fact: I was on a competitive trampoline team for 9 years, and now I judge.


Elisabeth Spector

Elisabeth Spector

Year: Senior

Major: Sociology and Women's and Gender Studies

Why PAVE?: I want to do everything in my power to stop sexual assault and violence on campus and through PAVE I can do just that.

Fun fact: I'm technically named after my sister's favorite baby doll and I love dogs a lot.


Adam Suddarth

Adam Suddarth

Year: Sophomore

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Why PAVE?: I decided to join PAVE because I wanted to be a resource available to those who may need it and so I can start conversations to help educate people about intimate partner violence.

Fun fact: I know a lot of fun facts.


Margaret Zaharko

Margaret Zaharko

Year: Senior

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Why PAVE?: I got involved in PAVE because I wanted to see UD become a safer and more accepting community.

Fun Fact: I am the middle of nine children.


Logan Zinkhon

Logan Zinkhon

Year: Sophomore

Major: Marketing and International Business Management

Why PAVE?: I want to be the change the helps shape UD into a safer and more educated community.

Fun Fact: I have climbed over 12 mountains.

Contact Us

Sexual Violence Prevention

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300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 

937-229-1217