PAVEs January 2018

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


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.


Nate Borries

Nate Borries

Year: Sophomore

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Why PAVE?: To help show students at UD that there is always someone to talk to, and always someone willing to listen.

Fun Fact: I have been to the Great Wall of China!


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.


Andrea Hansgen

Andrea Hansgen

Year: Sophomore

Major: English

Why PAVE?: I am passionate about making UD a safer, more inclusive community!

Fun Fact: I have the same birthday as my dad.


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.

Jocelynn Inge

Jocelynn Inge

Year: First year

Major: Pre-Physical Therapy

Why PAVE?: I chose to join PAVE to educate myself and others about sexual violence and find a way to put an end to the various stigmas surrounding it.

Fun Fact: I have been water skiing since I was 4 years old!


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.


Katie Mulhollen

Katie Mulhollen

Year: Sophomore

Major: Chemical Engineering and French

Why PAVE?:  After learning about the prevalence of sexual violence, I wanted to do something to bring about the end of the violence. 

Fun Fact:  I am an Irish dancer of fifteen years!


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. 


Meg OGara

Meg O'Gara

Year: First year

Major: Psychology

Why PAVE?: I want to give victims the courage to speak up with confidence that their voices will be heard, to educate my peers on these important and relevant topics, and to do my part to better the community here at UD.

Fun Fact: I went to Tanzania with absolutely no one that I knew when I was 16 years old.


Christopher Peck

Christopher Peck

Year: First year

Major: Adolescent to Young Adult Education

Why PAVE?:  It seemed like a great opportunity to educate my peers on a topic that I believe to be important. 

Fun Fact: My roommate is a plastic skeleton named Esteban.


Tom Schlitt

Tom Schlitt

Year: Sophomore

Major: Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace Concentration

Why PAVE?: I want to make the world a better place and do my part to let those around me feel safe, loved, and supported through whatever hardships they go through.

Fun Fact: Adam Suddarth, Nate Borries, and I hiked one of the most dangerous paths in the world called "The Death Walk of Mt Hua"!


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.


Terschluse

Jordan Terschluse

Year: Sophomore

Major: Biology

Why PAVE?: I chose to be in PAVE because I no longer want to stand by, but instead want to make a positive change against sexual assault and violence.

Fun Fact: I can say the alphabet backwards super fast.


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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Dayton, Ohio 45469 

937-229-1217