Open Call For YOUR Questions!

We’re calling for questions for our “5 questions with….” series, where you get to ask YOUR questions of a featured service provider in the field.  

Why are we doing this?

In order to integrate our actions against abuse, we must first learn about each other and our efforts.  Last time, we learned from Kerry Hayes, Child Abuse Investigator for the ACS in NY.  Let’s meet our second peer…

Alyse Campbell 

is the confidential Sexual Assault Prevention, Education, Advocate and Response Coordinator of Johns Hopkins University (JHU).  She is able to act as a confidential

source or help students navigate reporting.  Survivors, who are contemplating pursuing a complaint through JHU’s Title IX Coordinator, may wish to talk with Alyse before talking with a complaint investigator.  Alyse can serve as an intermediary and relay a survivor’s experience to an investigator, and then provide feedback to a survivor about a potential roadmap for a complaint investigation.
Alyse holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Women’s Studies from Goucher College, a Master’s Degree in Social Work from University of Maryland, Baltimore, and is a licensed Social Worker. At JHU, she advises the Bystander Intervention Training (BIT) program and SARU, the Sexual Assault Resource Unit (SARU).
What questions do you have for Alyse on college sexual assault, policies, resources, etc.? Please post them below or email them to us at